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  1. arcteryx veilance

    For my nerds: Someone's selling a radioactive lemon field jacket from the inaugural Veilance collection https://www.grailed.com/listings/343652-arcteryx-veliance-field-jacket-first-season
  2. arcteryx veilance

    for veilance nerds, someone is selling the laminated wool coat from FW10 in size medium, grey. Instant pickup if it were my size
  3. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    interest check on my GT-J34, size small, color olive. bought it from a japanese seller earlier this year, so condition is excellent (can provide pics on request), but it doesn't rain as much here in the bay as I expected. Ideally I'd like to trade for another acronym jacket in stotz etaproof or epic cotton, something more breathable.
  4. WTB viberg boots sz. 8.5!

    Hi guys, I'm looking to buy a pair of vibergs, size 8.5...last isn't strict, not super interested in 110 and I would prefer an unstructured toe (cap toe or non). Ideally I'd like to buy a pair of the 3sixteen coffee chromepaks, but I'd also take the ripple suede 3sixteens (brown), a pair in brown CXL or even brown waxed flesh...I'll buy anything that fits my criteria. I'll pay very good money for new pairs and scale from there based on condition.
  5. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB 3A-8TS (plus if you already have the 15-inch laptop sleeve) P.S. guy who posted last page about a J-34 and everyone in general: make sure to check yahoo jp. Found a j-34 in "japanese used" condition (aka new) that came out to less than retail even with proxy
  6. You're fine, bought a shirt from them no problem (I'm in US)
  7. Clothing for The Great Outdoors

    IMO the only option I've ever seen that comes close (I've been on the hunt for something like this as well) is Isaora, although some have apparently had issues with their consistency. However, their customer support seems good, so I think it would balance out. Not sure what you mean by hiking pants though, to me it just means a rugged fabric in a pant with some extra cargo pockets perhaps.
  8. Acronym.

    Fair enough sypron, and I happen to be of the same mind as you. I would humbly say ACR does have a number of timeless designs, and I can also respect the restock situation discussed simply as a matter of business sense. I think part of this "problem", if you will, has to do with expectations on the consumer's part for a reinvented wheel every season.
  9. Ma·ri·jua·na

    The delivery dispensaries I've ordered from always go via menu, look at pics and info on their site and then order. The latter would obviously be preferable but not feasible from a business perspective I think, so sometimes it can feel like online shopping if you don't know strains (I don't); you think you know what you want and it shows up not quite what you were expecting.
  10. Backpacks

    Able archer rucksack front (back?) looks a bit much with the name patch and pockets but that could probably be fixed.
  11. What is your "Holy Grail" item of clothing?

    Maiden Noir x Mystery Ranch I've basically given up on finding this in my lifetime...only mystery ranch that doesn't make you look like a wannabe SWAT member. edit: makes you look less like a wannabe SWAT team member...
  12. Ask an Apple Nerd.

    I use hyperdock, which adds this, among other things. One of the first apps I would put on a new mac. I would say if you can get a deal on the last generation, there's almost no difference. However, in terms of the rMBP in general, I would definitely recommend it...the new "macbook" is a joke, shit keyboard, shit processor, shit everything basically. If you do anything like photoshop/illustrator, you don't want an air either, display's too small and not enough power. My mom bought herself a top of the line MSI laptop with 2x resolution display, flash memory, the whole shebang, and the trackpad broke after a week...not that the trackpad interpretation software was very good in the first place. In short, rMBP is the best serious laptop you can buy IMO
  13. Urban Techwear

    sort of o/t but burton 457 definitely has the most honest copy I've seen in a while:
  14. Acronym.

    I guess I have to give ACR credit (between the lunars/highs and S/S 16 teases) for not just rehashing the same shit over and over again in the knowledge that the usual crowd will buy a jacket with a new pocket/fabric, or random product with the ACR name (cough cough, second ACG collection--gotta pay rent though). Although, at this point, I'm not sure how to feel about that new direction. time to play wait and see, if there's any designer I trust it's Mr. Hugh...
  15. arcteryx veilance

    down monitor seems like it would be quite warm as well, although I've never worn it myself. edit: sorry for double post