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    J62 holding up nicely, also used with 3a regularly. Giving how strangely fragile it feels to the touch and how thin it is, that's a bit surprising. I wouldn't recommend scraping along a rough wall, running into sharp corners or objects or falling with your bike wearing it. Edit: what the material will do definitely is showing tiny creases all over the place, even if it's new. They're smoothed out with pressure/support applied, but looking closely it's a mix of wrinkly and smooth with a dull sheen with the pattern of the base fabric occasionally showing through in stripes if it's sitting in a specific way.
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    got that ankle scraping issue with LF1 tts. Take @danii's advice and try an insole. Might get a little tight at first, but the upper is more likely to stretch than the sides around the ankle giving in.
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    scroll up a few. It isn't, only body-facing inside. @danii wrote it's VX42/rugged x-pac, so that reflective coating inside should be a PET film. It feels pretty sturdy.
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    Just beat me to it. For anyone wondering, the inside of the main compartment isn't lined, also showing the back of the X-PAC like the front pockets on these pictures. Interior body-facing side has floating lining in black.
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    Pants are on the j53ts-gt and j47a-ws shots
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    Yeah, the bus/train/police/...
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    The airpod's case itself uses magnets to hold them in place. Force lock works fine with them, but any abrupt movement is likely to shake them off (jumping, impact while running). It's more a help for when you're just standing or walking slowly, for example like taking them out at a store or when you normally may take one or both out when talking to someone.