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  1. Acronym.

    The 3 patches of Infinium are there to stop the zipper heads making an impression/tearing the fabric on the front pockets. I got the same jacket back, pretty certain it was cleaned too (maybe steam cleaned etc). Very carefully packed so as to not wrinkle the front pockets.
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    I liked this oldie.
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    Shouldn't be too bad, on P23A-DS I paid 100us - they were 900-ish euro.
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    ^^ -S Goes back to P23TS style belt system and has loops. Nearly - still one more to come in fall as @Dolphinski mentioned, in white (DS), with a different version (same code) in boiled cashllama wool.
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    Thanks legend! Perfect!!
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    This logo is actually from a very early T-shirt. It was front-centre on a '3RD-ARM' T-shirt. I can't find the shot of the back (It has a big 3RD ARM logo inside a trapezoid/triangle kind of shape at the back), used to have it... but here is the front.
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    Not an owner, but I did try an L of the J61-GT and J28-GT with a T-shirt and the J65-WS. Both were huge, i'm always XL - but there was comfortably enough room. Probably could have fit 2 liners under there.
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    Just to be clear, we're on the same train right? Yes I get it's a sub-brand of GoreTex - hence the link, never said it wasn't.
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    Infinium 'is' the new official name for PB, 'PB' is just Acronym's original acronym for it at the time they were involved in developing it with Gore. All here: https://www.gore.com/news-events/press-release/gore-launches-new-gore-tex-infinium-product-brand Also attaching this just to confirm:
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    Yeah - ShakeDry is just an aesthetic/build specification, not a fabric. ‘PB’ or Film Out was a newly developed lightweight material as outlined in the lead up to ACR’s review event - the GoreTex brand name for it now, officially, is Infinium. (It will adopt a new code this year too, ‘FO’.) Interestingly, Stone Island will also be introducing some items using it this year too.
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    @Xu Jianfeng He’s got the Spyder logo on the jacket too Xu. New collab!? Haha.
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    When talking about Vapormax Moc - this is what it’s referring too: https://stockx.com/nike-air-vapormax-moc-triple-black Not the old ‘Air Moc’ photoshopped into the above image. Hence, ‘LOL’.
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    Okay I'll play - Errolson, a metal table, a cardboard box, a white NikeLab shoe box, a pair of vans, some of those flat gum soled China kicks (maybe yours @Xu Jianfeng?) and a calico toile (or sewing pattern prototype) for a pair of shoes with a gum sole.
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    The photo is from an article SSENSE produced just before the launch of the DAF1. Almost a year exactly. https://www.ssense.com/en-us/editorial/fashion/the-sportswear-industrys-one-man-rd-unit
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    @jeddyhsu I gave them a try on my J46 just before I was going to head out a few months back. They cling to the magnets just fine, even a few abrupt jumps on the spot didn’t shake them. The magnets also don’t affect the headphones, mine were fine after a few tries to see where best to hang them. The main problem is that any slight touch or gentle push in any direction dislodges them and they’re out. I just rolled my shoulder, glanced the base of the tube and it fell straight off. Suffice to say they went right back in their little case.