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Yeah, like that merino Henley was so dope, gone in like a day. Gonna pick up some of the new oxfords next week, with a shit load of merino tees

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anyone know when outlier is gonna restock on 3-way shorts?

*edit in 4 weeks and only in slate grey

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So thermotron is basically gimmicky?

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Hey Bryan, Good news! I've found 1 last pair of the Supermarine in olive size 8 hidden in our showroom and I'm holding them aside for you if you're still interested. I don't want to put them online so let me know and I can put the order through and send you an invoice through PayPal. Thanks so much!

YEAHHHHH love u rachel @ outlier

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so yall like that dungaree material over the climbers? its not as water resistant right?

i think that was my main draw to the climbers.

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agree on the shoes... outlier still batting .900 though

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so yall like that dungaree material over the climbers? its not as water resistant right?

i think that was my main draw to the climbers.

loving 4season og pant. water-resistant and comfortable in 85º heat, unlike 21º denim.

what is best wool tee?

outlier / rapha / icebreazker?

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Rapha is cut for biking (long in the back). Icebreaker is decent, but finish quality, colors, etc. had me feeling like I was wearing REI (not that there's anything particularly wrong with that). Haven't had a chance with Outlier, they're always out of my size, but the price is right.

I'd vote Veilance, if you can get them on sale (or are comfortable with a $200 tshirt). Cut is a bit short, but fit's my body type well. Great details and colors.

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loving 4season og pant. water-resistant and comfortable in 85º heat, unlike 21º denim.

what is best wool tee?

outlier / rapha / icebreazker?

I've not tried Veilance as per Appleseed, but of the three you mention, I prefer Rapha. Lightweight, flatlocked seams, great finishing/quality. I've been tossing mine into washer/dryer for 3+ years and they are as good as new. Longish, slim cut - size as you would for Japanese clothes.

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the veilance ones are pretty good,(price aside) I pretty much lived in my crew neck ones over the winter along with some rapha ones I was sent which wore more as under layers, the veilance tee for F11 called frame are the best to date in terms of fit and material.

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cosign on Rapha, the fit is perfect on me. Sleeves are a tad longer which is perfect for cycling as you extend out to the bars.

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so yall like that dungaree material over the climbers? its not as water resistant right?

i think that was my main draw to the climbers.

I ave both materials, and honestly for every day normal situations the dungaree material is AMAZING, it's so light and comfortable, but feels sturdy. Now, for late night secret missions where flexibility, movement and speed matters, the climbers win hands down.

Ups and downs for both

Dungaree material feels more normal, is extremely lightweight, breathable and feels sturdy, but is not quite as forgiving when it comes to movement, and water starts soaking in a bit quicker.

4 season material is def more tech-y, very soft, extremely stretchy and easy to move in, and beads up water a bit more, only downside is unless you are totally down with wearing something that looks a bit different, they won't really go with a lot, other than more technical gear.

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^^ I once wore 4ogs + swrve tech hoody and felt like a ninja.

a nerdy, bicycle ninja but still.

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Not on quite the same level quality or price wise, but lately I have become fucking OBSESSED with Nike dri-fit shirts and such, so light and soft and comfortable, and on days like today (80+ with massive humidity) wearing the lightest possible garment is a must.

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the dri-fit caps are so necessary in the summer. it gets pretty windy around here and i don't like putting product in my hair to keep it down.

uniqlo's dryfit pants were on sale while i was visiting nyc last month. so light and perfect for these hot days coming up. i was shooting a video at the lake while standing at the end of a narrow inlet of land and got hit by a small wave. my pants were absolutely soaked but they dried up within 15-20 minutes. standing around in the wind probably helped too but it was a pleasant surprise to see them dry that quickly.

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outlier 3 way shorts are back in stock, slate gray only tho all sizes.

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i'm going to take you up on the dri fit nike's. been looking for an everyday cheap summer shirt for cali weather.

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Drii fit is really good stuff for the price, I love the shorts.

I got my torrentshell in the mail and for 100 i couldn't be happier.I'm at Niagara falls today so I will definitely test the waterproofing.

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i lucked out and managed to find this in a medium size. the magnetic pocket flaps are a nice touch.

how's the sizing?

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i'd say it runs true to size. for reference i'm 5'8 ~160 lbs. i'm wearing it in my most recent waywt if you want an idea of how it fits.

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this post is dedicated to gore tex headgear

purist gore tex 5 panel -- available in ninja-approved black

http://shop.puristboutique.com/products/gore-tex-5-panel-camp-cap

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ll bean gore tex bucket hat -- sup termite_zee

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/68389?pi=1119728&bv=product-_-1138-_-RLP-_-IG110283-_-productname_link&qs=3000086

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NEXUSVII gore tex beanie

http://www.nexus7vn.com/index_b.html

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got a dri fit shirt. they're pretty comfy so far. they're flatlocked and don't really look all polystery. they fit a bit large(for exercising, obviously). bought another in medium. thanks!

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dri-fit gets stinky after a few washes...

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dri-fit gets stinky after a few washes...

Is this after actual exercise use? Or just lounging around casually wearing it use? Because I have ones for running and different shirts for casual use

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^prob for actual working out. can someone rec me some cheapish tec pants that can pass for reg pants, or close to it?

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guessing this is tech ninja

info on the jacket?:

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