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CARLOOA last won the day on December 12 2017

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  1. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    @LanceP AAA+ seller and awesome guy.
  2. Acronym.

    Can't even see anything, why do you have a picture of a box?
  3. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS: P16A-S, RAF, BNWT, $530/550 F&F/INV, includes shipping CONUS. Sold
  4. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    CAN SOMEONE GET THIS MAN A PAIR OF P24A-DS's!? This a good deal for the pant holder.
  5. Acronym.

    It’s the sub-brand still.
  6. Acronym.

    PB came in two different specifications/formulations I believe and actually is a new tech, the barrier layer is the face layer. Infinium is the subbrand for their non waterproof stuff.
  7. Acronym.

    It's amazing what soft skills do. I keep dealing with the same person because of my last name, she just approves what codes I've been using now.
  8. Acronym.

    Stone Island calls this "Hand-Corrosion."
  9. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS J61-WS, medium, 9.5/10 bag,sheet,tag, $800/$835 (F&F/Invoiced) shipped CONUS Sold. To the gentleman in the top-hat.
  10. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    I just want people's thoughts on this since I've had it come up a lot more recently: how do you react to, "what's the lowest you'll go?" Do these clowns know how to negotiate? Does it cross their minds to maybe think of a non-insulting offer or at least engage in some flattery? On that note, I also dislike when people tell me about comparable sales when the sale is an outlier.
  11. Acronym.

    It’s reversible so the pull can be used by either side—to open the pocket when stowed or when worn
  12. Acronym.

    First impressions: more impressed by this version coming from the GT Pro-Shell version. It feels more Acronym in a way, it wears like the recent J28-K in my limited time with it. Some things to note: Gore Windstopper Active: Putting it side by side with the 61, it looks identical. So, same as J61-WS and the most recent J25-WS iteration. Very durable fabric despite the insubstantial feeling. Drapes very well and is actually breathable. Functionally weatherproof, I’ve worn this in light misting to downpours and remained dry. Other than the obvious fabric change there are a few changes to note: Press studs are reversed with the male side away from the body, maybe to prevent pinching or facilitate pressing, unsure after a day. Additional midsection press stud in addition to the InterOps and hem press stud. Additional midsection shockcord adjustment. The left mezzanine chest pocket, the one that the jacket stuffs into, has a silver reversible ykk pull for opening and closing when stowed. Obvious tec-sys mounting points inside the mezzanine pocket when turned inside out. No gravity pockets. Same hood stowing strap, same adjustments and hem expansion zip, largely the same Vislon Aquaguard zippers. Still got EscapeZip.
  13. Acronym.

    Got the J47A-WS in. Love it.
  14. Acronym.

    Better credit me too friend. Also, portion of savings to https://support.unicef.org/
  15. arcteryx veilance

    I own or have owned the Voronoi, Voronoi AR (1st and 2nd version), Voronoi short, Apparat (CA made and CN made), Apparat short, Indisce, Anode Comp, Liminal, Align, Sequent LT. I haven't had the crotch blow out on any. In fact, I've worn 2 pairs of Voronoi AR's (FW 16) quite tight (pork and beans hugging) for going on a year now, 2-3 times a week, without issue. What are you guys doing that is destroying your Veilance pants? Are people going on jogs and hikes with their Veilance gear? I can see that biking will destroy it, but come on, it's like 4oz cloth—it could be made from cordura or some other super abrasion resistant material and it would still get destroyed at 135gsm.