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RemarkableArmor

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  1. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    He won’t have it just yet as I posted it yesterday but all I can say is I almost wish I kept it - it’s amazing but I have too many still. Would recommend! Also thanks @jasonlao very nice dealing with you!
  2. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    It's terrible to admit but the system may have successfully conditioned me the more i think about it. I feel relieved that some stuff sits and I can actually read about it before buying (barring the odd hype item) despite the high prices...and now I look back, I don't think i've bought any other clothes apart from the odd bit of acronym for something like 2 years now. In my head this translates to less items of a higher quality and a more adult approach to clothes shopping ...but i'm sure this is just horrendous self-justification for the fact i'm still as addicted as ever and the gear still gets me more psyched than anything else out there whatever twists they put into the retail model I already know that if that strange new FO-esque J1A ever makes it through testing I'm ready to drop an obscene amount.
  3. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    Does anyone even profit substantially at all reselling with the current retail prices? I see some crazy prizes up there but I often wonder how many of those actually go through. For me it's a strict self-sustaining 'one goes out, one comes in' mentality (although often, in reality, more comes in than goes out! )
  4. RemarkableArmor

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    I can get a light hoody like my HD4 under mine but basically - this ^^ ...although it does have the zipper to add liners. I went my usual size and I like it so much it actually makes me want to get rid of the rest of my collection. It's that good I am seriously considering trying to get another in black which is nuts tbh. Sorry to hear it didn't work out for so many people but I'm loving the thing!
  5. RemarkableArmor

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    For sale (incl free shipping to UK/Europe - if you are elsewhere we can try and work something reasonable out) : J16-GT, size medium, tried on only, pack with all bits, originally purchased at 18montrose in september 2017 for £1293 - will take £1000. J53TS-GT, first run, size medium, tried on only, pack with all bits, originally purchased at End in september 2016 for £1221 - looking to get my money back. J68-S, RAF, size medium, tried on only, pack with all bits, originally purchased at acrnm.com for 1410EU - looking to get my money back plus fees. Tentative on quick sale as I'll probably regret this. P26-S, RAF, size medium, tried on only, pack with all bits, originally purchased at acrnm.com for 786EU - will take £500. Thanks.
  6. RemarkableArmor

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    I just put the arm of my well used J1B-S under the tap and the water rolled right off like GT-Pro. Never had any issue ...all I can maybe imagine is prolonged exposure in torrential downpour.
  7. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    Yeah - I’ve probably not worn EtaProof in torrential downpour before but I’ve yet to totally wet any of those items out in moderate to heavy rain. We also know that they can be reproofed with Nikwax wax cotton spray too.
  8. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    36 is nice but I would say it’s just exactly as expected so not much of a review to give. The only thing I didn’t remember before on green jackets was the green jacketsling but that could be me. Again, I am a fan of the contrast infinium hood ... I am curious if this is how thin the 46-FO hood was though if anyone knows(?). It’s literally like a shower cap.
  9. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    I totally thought he was layering upon purchase, as half the pics didn’t load when I bought it, but now I see it, that’s actually made the jacket for me! I wanted a 63A purely for layering under stuff to get that look previously. Call me weird i think stotz fasthood would have got super crinkly and the wrinkle-fades. GT I always found awkward for the crinkle too but this should solve it.
  10. RemarkableArmor

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Hello - I still have a FW1718 J16-GT size medium, tried on but unworn in pack with all bits that I would like to sell. I got this for £1293 from 18montrose and would take £1100 with free shipping to UK/europe. If you are elsewhere I will work out something reasonable. Thanks!
  11. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    Yep - 13th December 2015...when they still used to send emails out about releases!
  12. RemarkableArmor

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    Maybe the NA code means the idea is to make it a stock item that they attempt to keep consistently around regardless of season.
  13. RemarkableArmor

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

  14. RemarkableArmor

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Hail to the king! Best guy to deal with as always thanks!
  15. RemarkableArmor

    Acronym.

    Surely no-one is faking P24s??!