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RemarkableArmor last won the day on April 17 2019

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  1. RemarkableArmor


    Seems the CZ VAT is 21% so if I check out P38-GT now there would be another 311EU which acronym would deduct and leave to UPS to collect ... so for that plus your P38-E the £800 sounds close(?) Or perhaps is the U.K. VAT rate which is charged but that would be 20% so it seems around the right total maybe with their admin fees ...(?)
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    Ok thanks for clarifying - seriously just trying to get it straight as also U.K. buyer here. I didn’t get anything this time but that would have killed it for me going forward and it seems the trend is that the cooler experimental stuff is gonna be mostly acrnm exclusive which would have been a double kick in the teeth.
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    Ah! So that’s not so bad as your items were cheaper on checkout by 20% than pre-Brexit anyway?
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    Sorry stupid question but to clarify, this is definitely import duty they are claiming and not them getting the VAT back from you that acronym deducted at checkout?
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    It said 3L GT pro
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    I just feel like the pieces I have from >5 years ago pretty much WERE flawless and just worked. Then I remember people talking about P23s where the ankle cuffs split unless you put them on with your feet angled a a certain way ... and then you have to angle zips a certain way and pull one side of the jacket down. It’s the kind of thing I’d expect to do on a cheap jacket or something I bought knowing that I could expect flawed implementation. Now it’s a lottery in my experience. I’ll keep buying but good to get the intel on here regarding pieces I’d rather not get involved with. I don’t want to have to think about zip strategies when I’m buying acronym this should all be done for us!
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    This REALLY bugs me ... acronym stuff used to be just throw it on and it works in every respect and you don’t have to put thought into how you line up a zip or anything like that. I can handle the ever-rising price point but this is just going backwards and they have killed multiple awesome pieces for me with this type of issue. Training yourself to learn a technique like this ... you really shouldn’t have to do it when you’re paying this much. I just send the offenders straight back before I get into this mindset although I always want to keep them as they are typically 98% awesome and I do understand! “Maybe I can just learn to zip it this way and it’ll be ok” ... these pieces are upwards of €1.5K!!! My take anyway and I do understand why people keep the gear and adapt to it. I was gonna get a J83 but know this one won’t work for me now.
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    Yeah it makes total sense and this is my ignorance for not picking up on that prior to purchase. Being that this one was for casual wear in my case I’m not sure it will work out in this instance but it’s an otherwise lovely piece.
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    Any first impressions on the Evolution? Mine just came in and I’m pretty into it but I missed the fact that it doesn’t have any pockets for your hands so I’m feeling a bit lost with that
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    From my perspective nothing logical ... it’s an acronym collab and I like acronym ... shameless I know . Growing up as a streetwear nut I was always a sucker for a good double label !
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    Yeah ditto ... it doesn’t look significantly bigger on him to me to be an L based on those numbers (assuming he normally models Ms) but will see I went my normal ACR size. Thanks
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    How did you size compared to your normal ACR size if you have one? I just noticed that E is wearing an L but the measurements don’t seem less than a normal ACR hardshell.
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