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    male
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    futuristic
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    spaced out
  • denim
    size 29
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    small
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    us 9 uk 8.5 eu 43 jp 27
  1. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Dope, quick google turned out nothing but 3A-9 is a grail of mine so it's cool that there are multiple versions.
  2. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Didn't know they released the -9 in Limonta. Mislabeled or does this actually exist? O.o?
  3. Acronym.

    Any intel on how jackets in the climashield insulated -WS material compare to their -S counterparts? Which of the two perform better in cold/wet climates? Mainly asking about the J46 and J50.
  4. Acronym.

    That's the coolest MF dad I've ever seen, true life goals for me right there. Pics prooves that I should go for mediums if I want to wear them with low sneakers though. Thanks man, you saved me from the miserable hunt for size S ACRs <3
  5. Acronym.

    Would it, pretty please, be possible to get a pic? The only ACR pants I have are p10s which I was told to size M for the length but they're almost too long unless I belt them really high (which I need to due to the huge waist). Then again, I wouldn't want to look like this:
  6. Acronym.

    Just for reference, how tall are you and what sizes are we talking about? Trying to decide on S vs M as a size 28 denim but 5'11 tall.
  7. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB / WTT (Sizedown) SIze Small P10-DS in Black or P10-E/S in RAF/Olive. Can offer Size M P10-S black as trade. SIze Small J25-SS (FW13 version) either color. Can offer Size M SS-J25 black as trade. Also looking for Size Small: DS-J5 (any color) - DS-HD2 (dust) - S6-C (Black, old-version) - S19-DS/BR - L/KA3-DS - LA4-BR Prayers to the ACR gods out there, need those smalls
  8. Acronym.

    J1FB is probably one of their best jackets ever released IMO, would def want someone close to me to wear it if I owned it just to see it in action. That's one lucky mom
  9. Acronym.

    What are you guys' take on the sizing of the PB items from the last "release"? Kind of interesting that we saw both pieces being modeled for women as well as the XS size being available. Was this a one off for a special/experimental launch of a new material or could it be the first sign of Acr embracing androgynous clothing? Since the cut and nature of current pieces already can be worn by both genders and the popularity of prestos seems to have made an impact on the streetwear scene overall maybe Acr can try to capitalize on a bigger target group, not that they need to with current hype. Of course this is all hypothetical but I wonder how it will impact sizing. As a size 44 (suiting) guy I'm more than happy to welcome a move towards smaller sizing (most pants released to date would fall of my waist even in small unless belted). Maybe we would finally see the absurd pricing on size small second-hand pieces gone as well.
  10. Outlier

    So I tried out making an overseas order for a pair of slim dungarees now as they've lowered the shipping (I think it used to be like $50+ international) UPS came in at $25 which seems fair but I was not prepared for UPS charging me an additional $112.5 for customs and sales tax. Even though I've worn the hell out of my current pair certainly getting my values worth for the $160? I paid for them at Outliers NYC studio back in 2014. I'm not really sure if I feel them being worth the $335 I'll be paying for these which is about the dubble of what I paid last time :/ Will still be committing to the purchase though. Nothing in my wardrobe is getting as much wear as my dungarees. International buyers be aware though, have someone proxy for you if you can.
  11. Acronym.

    Any intel on the gray hoodie and its pricing? Probably looking to cop grey hoodie and p10 in small (cause people ask for ridiculous prices for older smalls for whatever reasons) Also, modulars maybe? Jackets looking pretty uninteresting this season compared to my Grails from previous collections. Also when I'm at it, WTS second kidney. PM if interested
  12. Acronym.

    How's the sizing for the P23TS? I'm a size 29 denim, 180cm tall so figured I'd need smalls. Then I came upon this horrendous styling by END...
  13. Acronym.

    Removed partly because of bad post made late at night and beacuse I stand corrected. The point I was trying to make was not that ACR is trying to play us for money. But that exclusivity, which has become a factor of the ACR brand, automatically leads to hype and reselling which results in pieces becoming harder to acquire.
  14. Acronym.

    Another big part of Supreme's rise to becoming the brand in the street wear community was the retail pricing of the pieces. When you see rappers wearing SLP and Raf sweaters and denim retailing for $500-$1000 a piece that stuff is already inaccessible for most people. Supreme however is not designer clothing and prices at retail are affordable for the demographic who originally made out the base of the street wear community, skaters and such. After this Supreme just played the hype/pricing game, not pricing nor producing in relation to demand but they instead kept building their hype making people compete by queuing outside of their stores due to availability being much lower than the demand. They then profited tremendously from street wear style becoming trendy, with people previously not a part of the community wanting to buy into the aesthetic and the brand without queuing outside of stores being willing to pay higher prices than retail resulting in a bidding war and the intense growth of the resale market. It's all about creating artificial value in pieces where you think a $50 tee is actually worth 5 times as much due to it's "rarity" , it's just the same business model exploited by Adidas with the Yeezy boosts, and NMDs and IMO somewhat by Acronym lately. Making something intentionally hard to acquire in order to raise it's value in the minds of consumers. Other then that Supreme's design team has also mastered the art of "referencing" to art and pop culture by stealing concepts from artists and applying them on their own pieces. Their entire logo is blatantly ripped from Barbara Kruger's (who's and amazing artist btw) art which they've admitted to but then as of late Supreme have tried to sue other artists to "protect their brand" having Kruger call them out as "uncool jokers" in an hilarious email to complex. Oh, and here's a picture I found online from one of Kruger's exhibitions, I've only been to one but I'd really recommend you guys to go if you get the chance.
  15. Acronym.

    Didn't know that but its explains a lot.