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  1. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Selling Veilance Polytope shirts in Lithos and Black. See the AV thread for a review
  2. Urban Techwear

    Is it true their shirts and suits are actually wrinkle proof?
  3. Urban Techwear

    Sorry if this has been covered. What are everyone's opinions on Ministry of Supply. It would be good if someone could provide a comparable brand to set a benchmark. Thanks
  4. arcteryx veilance

    I'm 5'8 and am wearing a medium. I'm a med is most my other AV tops. I have a broad chest but the Polytope certainly fits slimmer but without the need to size up. The sleeves aren't ridiculously long like my other AV pieces. The length is shorter than your traditional dresshirt and the notch is a nice touch when untucked. Yea the colour is confusion. The Lithos Sphere had a blue tint too. I'll try to get pictures of the Black up soon. Just went to Uniqlo today to pick up some Airism tees. Under the Polytope I'll never be hot again
  5. arcteryx veilance

    Here are some quick snaps of the Polytope shirt in Lithos. It's suppose to be a Grey-White but I see it as a light blue. Let me know if I'm going crazy The material is best described as a stretch poplin 73 Cotton, 23 Nylon and 4% Elastane. This isn't your ordinary Outlier Nyco. The stretch has light resistance but not like leggings. No DWR. After a couple hours of wear, the material is comfortable and very breathable. There are two darts in the back for a slimmer fit. The underarm is guested and the sleeves articulated. Prym snaps run the full length of the placket (hidden). Cuffs have two points of adjustment, Prym too. The hem is notched like the Arris and Field OS. Overall the finish is excellent for the office and even better for lunch runs on a hot day.
  6. arcteryx veilance

    More Jennifer Bin's coming too hopefully
  7. arcteryx veilance

    Does anyone here have experience washing and drying NYCO stuff? Preferably the Align's brushed poplin. I'm curious if it will fade more in the wash and whether its worth it to re-proof the DWR in the dryer
  8. arcteryx veilance

    What the f. That's a lot of Veilance. Looks more like my local retail store
  9. arcteryx veilance

    I briefly held the Component and the fabrics appear slightly different. The Polytope is a true stretch poplin, making it excellent for the office. Beyond that, the clean lines and smooth drape are hallmarks of a good everyday shirt. I'll get some pictures up soon. Cool thanks. I'll probably have a friend check it out when the pass by
  10. arcteryx veilance

    Do you know if they have any left. What colours? I have a Polytrope shirt if anyone is interested in a review
  11. arcteryx veilance

    I'm puzzled too. Doesn't SS typically pop up closer to August AV also released the SS18 preview video way back? Whats going on?
  12. Urban Techwear

    Well Errolson did do a lot of consulting for Veilance when it first launched. I wouldn't credit him all the work but he did help the brand find its cadence
  13. Urban Techwear

    Thanks for the feedback everyone. The TAD hoodie looks nice. I've never like Outlier. From the products to just the swagger and hubris Abe carries, there is a lot to dislike. I bought a pair of SDs recently and feel like I got tricked into buying $200 Lululemon pants with less features. Don't get me wrong I know they pioneered the whole casual tech wear market but there's a lot of brands now that do a better job for a more competitive price.
  14. arcteryx veilance

    Got Field Pants. Holly Incase I'm too gone tonight, Happy New Years everyone. It's been a pleasure nerding out over Bird with everyone on this thread.
  15. Urban Techwear

    Hi, I only wear Veilance but am sick of GTX. I want to try some Schoeller softshell (WB-400) and don't want to wait for the Isogon MX. Does anyone have any recommendation? Edit: no Outlier please. Really not a fan of the brand