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  1. Urban Techwear

    You may misunderstand the concept of cultural appropriation (regardless of if we believe it's happening within "techwear"). Japanese adaptation of American military/work-wear is not appropriation... however, if a Japanese design design something that uses Korean culture as its base, that would be appropriation. The notion of appropriation lies in power dynamics between cultures. I'm loathe to quote Wikipedia, but it's a good summary -- "Cultural appropriation, often framed as cultural misappropriation, is a concept in sociology dealing with the adoption of the elements of a minority culture by members of the dominant culture. It is distinguished from equal cultural exchange due to the presence of a colonial element and imbalance of power." The key is the dynamic between dominant and dominated... A fetishism and use of another culture that has been taken by force, or is often oppressed in ways that prevent it from expressing its own values, while the oppressor uses those same values and aesthetics themselves.
  2. Urban Techwear

    Ah, in that case Stone Island, SI:SP, acr, and Arc’teryx (regular and veilance) have lots of options that are fantastic and a huge range in price. The obvious answer is J58-WS, but $$$ and hard to come by. The Veilance Mionn with Coreloft is another good option. Less expensive could be something like the Arc’teryx Atom or Cerium, both quite nice. The main Stone Island line has tons of stuff right now, and IMO some of the main line pieces and Shadow Project are becoming more and more similar in many respects. Probably even more from places like Patagonia if you want a more outdoors-y kind of thing. Edit: And of course the new ACG bombers and 3-in-1, if the patterns and colours work for you.
  3. Urban Techwear

    Out of curiosity, why down vs something with a lighter weight to warmth ratio (I.e. primaloft)?
  4. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    FS: P15-CH Night, size M. No sheet. Excellent shape, a little patina around the belt area. Asking $675 friends+family payment, shipped in North America. Non friends payment and world shipping let's chat. DM me.
  5. View Advert Stone Island Shadow Project Stealth Jacket Jersey-R Excellent condition Stone Island Shadow Project Jersey R Stealth Jacket, 2012. - Two layer construction which conceals an array of pockets - Shadow Project badge - Exterior zipper deep side pockets - Excellent condition (3rd photo is stock to show the pockets) Advertiser emenel Date 12/14/2017 Price $650.00 Category outerwear  
  6. Time Left: 10 months and 26 days

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    Excellent condition Stone Island Shadow Project Jersey R Stealth Jacket, 2012. - Two layer construction which conceals an array of pockets - Shadow Project badge - Exterior zipper deep side pockets - Excellent condition (3rd photo is stock to show the pockets)

    $630.00

  7. Acronym.

    I've done this, and with my transit card. I also use them sort of like the ski-pass arm pockets on lots of outdoors equipment... small papers, things you need to have handy but don't weigh anything. For those I really just use it as a zippered pocket, then inside opening is not useful... The other problem with putting your phone in the gravity pocket, besides fit and actually getting it out quickly, is that it's really annoying to have that much weight at the end of your sleeve. It hangs in a strange way, and when you lift your arm you have a small weight at the end of the sleeve.
  8. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Bump and price drop. $600 for the community, shipping North America. A photo of the actual jacket: Also selling: Stone Island x Nike Sock Dart, black, size 12US (fits 11US). - Love these, but a little too big and the size down is too small. Very excellent condition, no noticeable signs of wear, non-original box - $100 USD + shipping Rick Owens x Adidas Level Runner II, black, size 11US - almost new. Bought size 11, really needed 10.5. Found some in 10.5, so now these 11’s are available. $325 USD + shipping
  9. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB p23ts, size L. Open to color.
  10. Bags, backpacks, duffles, messenger, slings, etc.

    These remind me of musette bags, lots of those around. @danii makes a great one. there are also simpler ones around, like this: https://restrap.co.uk/products/musette-bag Lots of cycling and climbing companies make bags like that with more or less features... Also vintage military...
  11. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    This is now an FS. Looking to sell these to fund a large or similar in the future. DM to chat details. P23TS-S, Black, Medium. Bag+sheet, worn sparingly: SOLD
  12. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    P23TS-S Black Medium. Includes bag/sheet, only worn a handful of times. They fit ok, but feel a little short. SOLD
  13. Acronym.

    Saw this jacket at Uniqulo today that had some familiar lines and paneling.
  14. 116740 APPROVED SHOES

    Barf.
  15. Acronym.

    That's basically how I stow mine as well. I keep it rolled most of the time when it's not raining or cold/windy... Seems to be fine for the hood.