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  1. Haha, my bad. I thought I was clear enough when I referenced Veilance and Lululemon. I mean articulated as in the clothing is sewn in a way as to improve mobility, and free range of motion. I don't like regular jean cuts, simply not my preference. Just curious what the options are out there, as denim isn't (normally) stretchy so I was curious if someone had done cuts/sewing similar to those two brands in order to compensate for that.
  2. Are there any heavily articulated cut jean brands? I'm looking for something Veilance/Lululemon level articulation, nothing insane like Acronym. I really want to give denim a try.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB: Acronym jacket sling, either green or black is fine. Acronym isn't replying to my emails and I really miss my jacket sling, current one is too old to support the weight of epic cotton. Thank you.
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    Can we all stop arguing about stupid shit. It was bad enough with the dumb hood debate and that was only like four responses. This is also a part of the reason the site is dying, yall are too dismissive and it really kills off potential conversations. Does anyone feel like the J79TS-GT is basically a "new J1A"? And don't take that as a complaint, I like the jacket and it feels super similar, like a modern J1A and I love that idea. Like Halo 3 to Halo Reach. I do feel like the jacket is super extreme looking though, and I personally would never wear it in public because I would not want the attention it would attract. I really hope someone does a video of it because it seems like it has a ton of sick intricatic details. Hope we get a ventile version, blablablafabric dreams. I'd love to hear everyone's opinion on this piece in specific.
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    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    Looking great Dani! Really like the pants here, also wonderful barker. Absolute unit.
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    Just my references for (if) the hoods change. I know it's not the most ideal reference in the world, lol. I just wanted to know if there was a surefire answer as to whether the hoods change by size, I'd imagine they would but I'm also not an expert.
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    Are you sure? I've noticed differences between L and M hoods. My J32-GT barely got over my head (M) and my J44L-GT (L) fit perfectly. Though, the J32-GT has the more integrated fast hood, so that could be the root reasoning. Will confirm when I get my new piece in. It's not really something to care too much about though unless it makes articulation completely hindered.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Bumping, sorry in advance if it wasn't buried enough! Interested in trades for epic or stotz jackets in sizes M/L depending on season, I may even add cash on top! Someone please take this wonderful jacket off my hands. I would keep it but it's just slightly too big for me.
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    Thanks! Will have to try Dylon. In my experience, black Rit dye normally comes out being a very dark bluish black, I've only had luck with it dying to almost pure black on 100% cotton shirts.
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    What dye did you use for black stotz? I have some P9-S's that I'd like to redye a bit darker, but I have been hesitant since I don't really want to ruin the waistband details.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS: SS16 J44L-GT Size LARGE. FULL PACK. $750 G&S SHIPPED. Pics included in Grailed link. https://www.grailed.com/listings/10458044-Acronym---Errolson-Hugh-Acronym-J44L-GT
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    The long mod seems like it might fit perfectly inside the DAF-1 neoprene. Great write up, good pic examples.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    I'm just a completionist, why can't I? Take it to PM if it bothers you I don't want to clog up this thread.