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^^^scoop the canvas jeans if they still have em in stock. i spilled a drink on mine and those things were dry in no time. SUPER lightweight too.

ha, i spilled a beer on myself and random stranger at mission street foods a couple years back. i was wearing outlier schoeller fabric, he left with wet jeans :o

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^^ any stockist... that ship to the US? that thing's pretty nice.

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^^ any stockist... that ship to the US? that thing's pretty nice.

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I'm prolly late on this but dqm put the outlier windbreakers on sale on their site - l/xl only but a good deal for a great jacket. Runs kind of big just so you know

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^i'd prob buy if they were 33/34.. maybe

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I thought I'd post some pictures of this nike nsw paclite jacket before it goes off to the market. I was able to purchase a smaller size so hopefully it enjoys wears in someone else's closet!

Minimal design without excessive logos, magnetic side pockets, light weight yet a very sturdy construction. I usually find goretex jackets (especially north face) boxy, baggy in the upper arm, and a bit short in length but this jacket solves all those problem!

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I thought I'd post some pictures of this nike nsw paclite jacket before it goes off to the market. I was able to purchase a smaller size so hopefully it enjoys wears in someone else's closet.

Minimal design without excessive logos, magnetic side pockets, light weight yet a very sturdy construction. I usually find goretex jackets (especially arcteryx or north face) boxy, baggy in the upper arm, and a bit short in length but this jacket fits close to perfect!

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^I'd buy it if it was XS :( fuck being short.

Did you get the smaller size at purist too?

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I actually purchased the jacket from another dealer, very glad I did since its hard for me to find xs pieces. I share your grievance : )

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Possible to get a nice shell that is not ill-fitting for around $100?

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Check out the Uniqlo +J Blocktech jacket. It was $100 in March, but seems like it went up to $150 now. Online pictures make it look terrible (and don't show the stowaway hood), but it looks and fits amazing in person.

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Just started getting into this style last fall, and I really have to say I absolutely love outliers stuff, they're the only pants/Horta I wear anymore, although I've been thinking about taking the plunge on a pair of the align pants from veilance, but had to ask first (calling riff) how's the movement in them? Are they constricting like denim? Or free moving and stretchy? Also, if you guys with the acronym sets could post more fit pics that would be awesome!

Well, actually, more fit pics and detailed shots and such from everyone please!

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^^ the align pants are stretchy - very little constriction

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Thanks dude, I've been eyeballing them since they came out, just didn't want anything constricting

EDIT: oh yeah forgot to ask, do they not have back pockets? That may be a deal breaker... It doesn't specify on the veilance site.

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2 back zip pockets (slanted) with mini compartments to securely hold smaller items (I haven't used these much at all but on the composite jacket it is a god-send).

Riffs photos display the back pockets

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Hey akuma, BC3 got it - great ease of movement, although they are not as stretchy as the outliers. Much slimmer than the outlier OG pants.

BC3 - how are you liking them? Fit pics pls! :)

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my outlier climbers are coming in the mail.. in the mean time, any of you gaiz has pics?

also i think the patagonia torrentshell jacket is decent for the $100 range

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To get some more discussion in this thread, I read this review awhile ago and I'm really interested in this jacket, to me it's the pinnacle of urban 'tech'wear the most techy jacket ever made

http://m.engadget.com/default/article.do?artUrl=http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/04/columbia-omni-heat-circuit-breaker-softshell-electric-heated-j/&category=classic&postPage=1

So fucking cool, I'm wondering how the fit is and such though

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has anyone ever actually worn thermotron? i might be purchasing the uc thermotron duffle and was wondering about the temperature feature

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i have the UC thermotron tweed hooded blazer (which i'm probably gonna sell in the next few days). i've worn it over a thin longsleeve in February probably 0 celsius not sure it was pretty good

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Check out the Uniqlo +J Blocktech jacket. It was $100 in March, but seems like it went up to $150 now. Online pictures make it look terrible (and don't show the stowaway hood), but it looks and fits amazing in person.

they look fine but what's up with the "will disintegrate after a couple years of sun, rain or oxygen?" looks like techwear, smells like techwear... but it ain't techwear

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in a few years techninj gear will absorb sunlight and make food so i wouldn't really worry about that

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they look fine but what's up with the "will disintegrate after a couple years of sun, rain or oxygen?" looks like techwear, smells like techwear... but it ain't techwear

That's a normal chemical reaction. Everything is undergoing this process. Some materials faster than some high end (and expensive) tech fabric. Every producer (Schoeller, Gore-Tex, etc.) know that and is not hiding it.

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yes and we're all going to die so who cares about cholesterol?

anyway the outlier dungarees are the absolute shit, love them a million times more than climbers... my two cents for the day

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I just copped the slim dungarees over te weekend (and the 3 way shorts) and I must say the dungarees are waaaayyyyy better. Now I'm just hoping they follow my advice and make a type 3 in the same materials the dungarees.

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I just copped the slim dungarees over te weekend (and the 3 way shorts) and I must say the dungarees are waaaayyyyy better. Now I'm just hoping they follow my advice and make a type 3 in the same materials the dungarees.

my only complaint with outlier is that they sell out INSTANTANEOUSLY for the sizes i want. :mad:

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I want the 3 way shorts, they sold out in 28 as soon as it was listed :(

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