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any tips on tech/tactical boots with light (color) soles???

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

Just got mine in the mail today, perfect fit, true to size. They basically chopped off a bunch of inches off climber pants and the pockets (all of them) are lined with a bit of mesh at the ends. Slim and trim, with drawstring.

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

Just got mine in the mail today, perfect fit, true to size. They basically chopped off a bunch of inches off climber pants and the pockets (all of them) are lined with a bit of mesh at the ends. Slim and trim, with drawstring.

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if i wear a 29 in most jeans, should i get the outlier three-way shorts in 28? the measurements online says a 28 is 30.5" at the waist which seems strange. 30 is 32.5" which seems huge.

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if i wear a 29 in most jeans, should i get the outlier three-way shorts in 28? the measurements online says a 28 is 30.5" at the waist which seems strange. 30 is 32.5" which seems huge.

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their measurements are right.

Iam wearing sz 29 in most jeans, too (true 31") and wearing outlier 28 to 29 (depending on their measurements/fit)

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their measurements are right.

Iam wearing sz 29 in most jeans, too (true 31") and wearing outlier 28 to 29 (depending on their measurements/fit)

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^interested, keep us posted when more info comes out.

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^interested, keep us posted when more info comes out.

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a fishing ape* jacket

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win from my point of view

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i haven't checked in a while but it looks like reborn finally updated their webshop and carry some Arc'teryx Veilance stuff for those interested

http://www.reborn.ws/shop/Arc%27teryxVeilance/

that composite jacket is fire

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Any leads on a stockist for Arc'teryx Veilance pants? Looking for the titanium align pants from this season, size 30. Tried all the online ones linked from their site but no luck.

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I have the Outlier climbers, most unrestricting pants I've ever worn. Could use deeper or zip backpockets though.

Can anyone comment on Isaora stuff ?

http://www.isaora.com/category-s/182.htm

The new S/S 11 Isaora line looks like arc'teryx x Rick Owens or something, it's realllll dope. Will probably pick Up the drop crotch shorts

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Can anyone comment on Isaora stuff ?

http://www.isaora.com/category-s/182.htm

i got couple of isaora garms including both tops and bottoms. the quality is comparable to acr (small, straight stiches) however the sizing is kinda strange (same size tops does not fit same way - anorak size S fits loose, riding jacket size S fits just right and hoody size S fits tight but very ninja like).

got the streetpants (not strechy version) and they are from terrible fabric - they are from winter collection but it's cold in them in winter and you get too sweaty in warmer temperatures. they are awesome looking and perfect for night missions than. the extra front pockets are more fasion than function. they are too shallow to be able to hold something.

the ss11 line is very good, scored shorts with integrated leggings in storm shadow's colors. the leggings are sewn into the waist of the shorts. the leggings feature open fly and there is no fly on the shorts (?)

to sum it up they have some of the best technology put in their stealthy riding gear however they should improve the performance of their cheaper items. anyway i really respect what mark and has team has achieved and i will recommend isaora to a friend.

(sry for my engrish)

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Those are 100% cotton, and don't have a great fit. Spending 128 more dollars on outliers is SO much of a better option.

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What a good thread... i am so mad at it for making me want to spend money, but happy that money would be well spent.

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http://www.nau.com/

Clothing purveyors Nau have slashed prices of their current threads by 30% across the board. Shirts, shorts, windbreakers, pants, bags. It's your choice. There's even an iPad case. Just use the promo code: GIZMODO when checking out and the power is ALL YOURS

Courtesy of GIZ :

http://gizmodo.com/5811844/the-best-deal-of-the-day

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I'm sorryfor coming into this thread way late, but this the kinda stuff that I find rewarding to work a piece or two into my wardrobe if only for blowing my dads mind when I go home. I remeber showing him an acronym video and having him pull out his credit card and googling anything he could find.

This thread needs a comprehensive list of online and physical retainers who specialize In This sort of product. That MOVE jacked ordo posted on the first page is insane. I'd imagine it no linger accessible but if I could kop as a belated fathers day gift, I could ninja my dad the fuck out proper steez.

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That logo is the worst, it's the only thing keeping me from buying any of it.

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yes, when i saw that logo, i passed.

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