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6 hours ago, DeadHype said:

Hey,

thanks for your reply! I meant with 34/32 the width and length of the jeans. 
I already did measure it but as the material got a little bit of stretch added, I am not quite sure how stretchy it is in the end. 

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the fabric isn't that stretchy, trust the waistband measurement.

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Been many years since my last post here. I sold most of my ACR-gear, except my 3A-1 ofc. Since then I have become a father of two. Am now on the lookout for some outdoorsy pants to play in the woods, sandbox and other kid stuff. I want to avoid the boring "dad pants" like Fjallraven and Arcteryx and was thinking to copy some ACR just for the fun of it. I know it will be completely overkill, but why not, right? I have owned a lot of ACR pants,  but never in Schoeller Dryskin. Would the DS material be fit for what I'm looking for? I read that it's abrasion resistant and sweat wicking. Sounds good to me. Or not?

Edited by Haackk

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the best pants just got better

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I’ve eventually gotta get me a pair @moneytalks What makes them the ultimate acronym pant for you? Visually I rate the P31 as number 1.

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1 hour ago, FelixRevolt said:

I’ve eventually gotta get me a pair @moneytalks What makes them the ultimate acronym pant for you? Visually I rate the P31 as number 1.

visually: i've got a pretty typical top 3 i guess (P24A, P30A, P10A), for 3 distinct silhouettes 
material: having all made in E now just makes it that much better (i live in singapore, E is the most wearable pant material here followed by DS)

 

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9 minutes ago, RapGameTaylorSwift said:

Anyone have any thoughts on what this jacket might be? Looks like WS or maybe Pertex Quantum. Shoulder detail is gorg

2021_06_14-20_ACR_SS22_J95-WS_063.jpg

J95-WS

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J95-WS looks super shiny IMO. Not quite like the previous unlined WS(53% PA, 47% ePTFE as on J82, J28, J87) or lined WS(78% PES, 22% ePTFE, as on J68 and J29).

 

Could it be a new WS material?

Edited by keynezk

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On 4/3/2022 at 7:39 PM, Haackk said:

Been many years since my last post here. I sold most of my ACR-gear, except my 3A-1 ofc. Since then I have become a father of two. Am now on the lookout for some outdoorsy pants to play in the woods, sandbox and other kid stuff. I want to avoid the boring "dad pants" like Fjallraven and Arcteryx and was thinking to copy some ACR just for the fun of it. I know it will be completely overkill, but why not, right? I have owned a lot of ACR pants,  but never in Schoeller Dryskin. Would the DS material be fit for what I'm looking for? I read that it's abrasion resistant and sweat wicking. Sounds good to me. Or not?

I wouldn't hike in my P10s because their patterning really doesn't play nice with hiking boots, but Schoeller dryskin is a hiking and skiiing textile by design. 

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the -m fabric is more quick dry rather than any type of water repellant. water soaks in immediately and nothing beads but it does dry very quickly which i value. i kinda wish there was a light coat of dwr at least though

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>dwr for summer pant
wat

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5 hours ago, Disguisedincolor said:

Don’t know where you live but monsoon is a thing

denim jeans said it so....

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On 4/13/2022 at 9:19 AM, chris_n said:

the -m fabric is more quick dry rather than any type of water repellant. water soaks in immediately and nothing beads but it does dry very quickly which i value. i kinda wish there was a light coat of dwr at least though

nikwax tx direct should do the trick

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14 hours ago, MNB said:

nikwax tx direct should do the trick

noted ! thank u

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Posted (edited)

EDIT: posted a WAYWT in the wrong thread. sorry!

Edited by dixonschneider

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Has anyone purchased the Acronym/sacai Hooded Jacket (Khaki)?

Just curious.

It looks interesting but the price is well . . .

Edited by NortonCommando961
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3 hours ago, NortonCommando961 said:

Has anyone purchase the Acronym/sacai Hooded Jacket (Khaki)?

Just curious.

It looks interesting but the price is well . . .

quality first post

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Posted (edited)

E just threw up some pics on his IG and I have a mighty need

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3 hours ago, hanzen1138 said:

E just threw up some pics on his IG and I have a mighty need

Just when I thought the season sucks, E hits us with these.

Anyone knows what the material of that J68 is?

Edited by hentaiyarou69

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1 hour ago, hentaiyarou69 said:

Just when I thought the season sucks, E hits us with these.

Anyone knows what the material of that J68 is?

The elusive 2L GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ WINDSTOPPER

interested to hear what people think of the new material on the 38s when they get it in hand 

Edited by Tilore

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Any recommendations on a better way to wash your Stotz pants?

I use nikwax tech wash and wash at 30 degrees 600rpm in a washing bag. Steam immediately after washing. So far so good, comes out clean and steaming works well, but what really bothers me is that the nikwax seems to leave these annoying white stains on the fabric that don’t go off very easily. I’d appreciate any tips, thanks!

 

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2 hours ago, Tilore said:

The elusive 2L GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ WINDSTOPPER

interested to hear what people think of the new material on the 38s when they get it in hand 

Wait those are 38 are infinium too?

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1 hour ago, dixonschneider said:

Any recommendations on a better way to wash your Stotz pants?

I use nikwax tech wash and wash at 30 degrees 600rpm in a washing bag. Steam immediately after washing. So far so good, comes out clean and steaming works well, but what really bothers me is that the nikwax seems to leave these annoying white stains on the fabric that don’t go off very easily. I’d appreciate any tips, thanks!

 

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Just leave it and rock the jizz look

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1 hour ago, dixonschneider said:

Any recommendations on a better way to wash your Stotz pants?

I use nikwax tech wash and wash at 30 degrees 600rpm in a washing bag. Steam immediately after washing. So far so good, comes out clean and steaming works well, but what really bothers me is that the nikwax seems to leave these annoying white stains on the fabric that don’t go off very easily. I’d appreciate any tips, thanks!

 

779B98F5-0D8D-4C4F-88CF-B6C9F400E9B4.jpeg

Inside out, double rinse?

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6 minutes ago, meccaNIZM said:

Inside out, double rinse?

Yes, washed inside out and double rinsed. Maybe i need to triple rinse. :P I have to admit that i may have taken the picture a bit too early - the stains are a lot less noticeable now that the pants are fully dried.

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1 hour ago, hentaiyarou69 said:

Wait those are 38 are infinium too?

Naw, GTB - COMPOSITE NYLON

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Composite Nylon up close... stellar! Anybody have more info on the specs for this stuff? Like a source to how it's been used previously? With a polyester & cotton backing, these shits must be comfortable as hell. 

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