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  1. On 1/11/2022 at 2:02 PM, emilpops said:

    WTS

    Acronym J47A-GT

    XL (Fits slim, message for measurements)

    8/10: Worn sparingly, no major flaws, high wear areas show signs of light general wear but other than that in perfect condition.

    Considering trades for other Acronym jackets in Stotz, WS and FO fabrics.

    London meets available / Worldwide Shipping

    £1150++

    SOLD


  2. WTS

    Acronym J47A-GT

    XL (Fits slim, message for measurements)

    8/10: Worn sparingly, no major flaws, high wear areas show signs of light general wear but other than that in perfect condition.

    Considering trades for other Acronym jackets in Stotz, WS and FO fabrics.

    London meets available / Worldwide Shipping

    £1150++


  3. On 3/16/2021 at 11:22 PM, emilpops said:

    WTS 

    J47A - GT

    Size: XL 

    9/10 Condition: worn only a couple times, never washed, no flaws. Full Pack

    £1100++
     

    London based, wiling to consider trades in size M/L acronym depending on fit 

     

    Bump, still here 

     

    £1050++ DROP


  4. Need a price check before selling,

    Acronym Sample E-P2B size XL (Have an adjustable band fitting waist sizes 33-36)

    Condition 9.5/10, Worn twice, still have the tags and bag. From around 04/05 era.

    High kick gusset, web tape reinforced hem, 3mm zipper stealth cargo pockets, work pant. Attached pics

    Acronym J47A-GT size XL

    Condition 9/10

     

    IMG_8981.HEIC

    IMG_8987.HEIC


  5. Genuine Question

    I’ve been following Errolson for a minute now and just looking at the most popular platforms like Sufu, Facebook, Grailed and Instagram, many acronym ‘fans’ usually end up at some point in the journey selling off their whole ACR collection and rarely keeping even one or two items and just interested why people do that? Do they find they can’t keep up with the price hikes? Drop in production quality? Or is it some other reason?


  6. WTS - 

    J65-AK, Large, 9/10 condition

    £740/$900

    H5-AJ

    £164/$200, 9/10 condition, Full Pack

    T13 T-shirt, Medium (fits slightly larger), slight cracking to print but otherwise in pristine condition

    £247/$300

    WTT

    J47a-GT in XL for a similar acronym jacket in size large

     

     

     

     


  7. On 3/5/2020 at 5:11 PM, emilpops said:

    WTS - Acronym E-J1A

    Large

    Colour is still consistent throughout, minimal fraying at the sleeves but all in all amazing condition for a jacket over 13 years old, no specsheet or logo tape

     

    $925 ++
     

    located in the UK

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    Bump - Still available open to offers and trades


  8. 1 hour ago, Xu Jianfeng said:

    Personally I noticed some subtle trends that quite a few number of users are leaving the brand(me too with cutting down some collections but I’ll still stick with those best of best designs, thank god they still good enough for future of the days).

     

    Knowing it’s destiny but how you guys estimate the final curtain of it? Yeah you might name it too pessimistic but I definitely might call it true as it still a small business and could fade away any soon.

     

    Like too much recycled designs, or the still skyrocketing prices or no else new one entering the market as new users supporting the game?

    Considering prices aren't slowing down and keep increasing and general quality, although still pretty good but has significantly decreased from previous collections I personally see acronym becoming more of an archival brand with users buying more and more second hand previous generation styles instead of the newer ones, I'll still support E whatever he does regardless but can't see many newer people staying on with him

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