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  1. WiseFool

    Stone Island Shadow Project

    Ken Tonio never fails to amaze. His creativity really shines with stone island. With that being said, the vid was a tripppppp. Very different from the usual. Felt more like an audio visual display rather than a video highlighting the collection. I dig it. Solid pieces this season but the prices have me going gaga. Gotta save up a bit. P.s has anyone handled the ripstop grid fabric? Is it as noisy / swishy as it looks or...? Also, thoughts on the quad wallet?
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    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    On the topic of SISP; if someone is looking to sell the SISP x bagjack transformable messenger, please do let me know! Prefer the Trylons but i'm open to the other variants as well (Raso, cordura etc). P.S if someone knows someone (wink wink), i'd love to treat the two of ya to a nice cup of coffee, a pack of tobacco cooked to perfection in seasoned oak pipes and a warm blanket amidst the Alpine riviera. Holla!
  3. WiseFool

    arcteryx veilance

    That shade of plum is so lush. Any idea if the secant comp pants were a one time capsule release or will they be making a comeback every now and then?
  4. WiseFool

    Stone Island Shadow Project

    There's a sick wool softshell jacket (poly + wool + elast) that i'm really looking forward to getting my hands on. IIRC it is similar in cut to the mionn IS, with the added benefit of a neat looking (attached) storm hood. The seasonal fishtail parka is going to come in some wacky / strange / cool material that seems to be a shiny variant of a ripstop weave. Bright neon yellow and black from what i've seen so far. Field jacket returns in hollowcore I believe. Similar in cut and design to the naslan light split jacket from this season (not the hollowcore detachable variant). Seen one in a syruppy purp. Some other noteworthy jawnz- Pretty sick looking cargos this season. They've got detachable (de-zip on two sides) side-pockets that are aligned just like the p-10A (or any A variant). 3-side 2-side pocket access. Pocket is made out of some shiny/crinkled fabric. Reminds me of the prismatic / toffee-wrapper / glazed silk jackets from the mainline. The beanie this season made me go wtf at first (and not in a good way). Simply put, it unfolds partially to cover your face, like half a balaclava (except, it only reaches the bottom of your nose which looked kinky). It then dawned on me that the beanie is meant to work with the accompanying turtleneck pullover. the unfolded turtleneck covers the bottom part of your face and overlaps rather nicely). IMO this can be an upgrade or a downgrade in comparison to the legendary fusion gaiter. Depends on wardrobe flexibility I suppose. Biggest change comes in the form of the choice of footwear. Traditionally, sisp release one model of shoes in two variants per season. They stopped doing this from ss18 I believe. FW17 actually had 3 variants of the slip ons - engraved leather hi-top chelsea / suede engraved hit-top chelsea / engraved leather convertible slip on. They seem to have moved away from the slip on / chelsea sneaker boot with a flat outsole and instead they've opted for a vibran outsole that is a lot more aggressive / hiker - core that seems to be the flavour of the month in fashion. The upper has a pretty sick graphic element on it (black leather and suede base with white graphic overlays). Quite a unique shoe, still unsure on it as i've always been a fan of their flat soled slip ons. Sorry for the long post. Been meaning to type this down for a while but I kept missing the train for some odd reason. Edit: RE cargo pocket access.
  5. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    I look forward to the day when I can swiftly add a stotz version of the J-67 to my cart...and check out with a slightly crazed look in my eyes. And now I wait. Patiently.
  6. WiseFool

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    pssst, size ^
  7. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    fabric is made in switzerland, garment assembled elsewhere (only the garment tag can tell us that now)
  8. WiseFool

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    He seems to have added a garment dye of his own by the looks of it, bloody disgusting.
  9. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    I feel the choice to go with the ivory zippers was due to the fact that the GT is actually milk-white rather than pure white. I imagine the ivory looks better with the milky shade rather than a starkly contrasting pure white. Idk. just my 2 cents.
  10. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    He acknowledged the delayed 'release' via IG when someone thanked him for it lol.
  11. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    Ohh, the j-33 E looks like it might be a waist-length version of the j-34. Edit: nvm Edit: Lenny is wearing (slinging) some form of a poncho or cape in the p-32 pics
  12. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    Wait, I just realised that he's not wearing a j63 under the raf j36. The hood itself is made out if infinium.
  13. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    Here we go. I really like the j76 (storm hood + collar ridge is a nice touch) and the elbows remind me of an updated j28. j36 in raf looks madddd.
  14. WiseFool

    Acronym.

    *Raises gusseted arm with a question* Regarding the WS that is used on the veilance indisce blazers (not counting LT variants), has acronym released any models using the same WS? The handfeel is quite lux and silky smooth without the plasticky feeling (ripstop WS; which is the only other variant i've got hands-on experience with)
  15. WiseFool

    Stone Island Shadow Project

    Depends on the season as the cuts differ slightly. FW18 tunics (compound shirts) are quite 'large' for lack of a better term due to the 'A' cut (fits well in the top block but increases in width towards the bottom hem (which also happens to be longer in length than previous tunics). SS18 fit TTS. FW17 you could size down for a trimmer fit, TTS was kinda boxy. SS17 was TTS (perhaps on the snug side) but you could comfortably size up. I haven't handled SS19 but from what i've seen online, it seems quite trim and well fitting so depends on how you want them to fit I suppose. TTS for a sleeker look, size up for a relaxed acid slinging hippie (not really). EDIT: This only applies to the 'pullover tunic' variants. The button down shirts / tunics may differ (slimmer, from my experience).