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Oh for leather lover I got one covered.

 

 

 

L-J1: to be dig

I do have some pre internet question for it.

E’s instagram there one pic and he tagged jacket as L-J1. Used to ask him but no more details. (He ride a downhill bike there)

 

Anyone have idea about it? And my assumption was this was production as long as with made in Japan L-J11 and L-J2.

L-J2: varsity jacket one off production(twitter confirmed), with windstopper insulator, and leather sleeves. One of warmest jacket Acr ever produced.

L-J11: J11 variant with windstopper insulator .

L-V3TS(model name to be confirmed):variant of J3 in leather jacket.

L-J40: variant of j40, made with nemen in Italy.

 

 

 

Edited by Xu Jianfeng

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Curious why some jackets are listed fabric/origin first, while others list it last. For example, the J1A-GT is one jacket, the GT-J1 is a different jacket altogether.

Also, here's some facts about the first four 3As:

- 3a-1
    - no intro needed
    - original came packaged in Acronym's first ever product, the "Kit 1"
    - was designed to interface with the early J1, then called the "Type: 2371 Full Mental Jacket"
    - in Kit 1 it was simply called "3rd Arm"—hence "3A"
    - packaged in Kit 1 with hip belt (which is what those buckles on the lower back of the bag are for)

- 3a-2
    - small bag, essentially the larger outer pocket of the 3A-1 but with its own strap
    - lots of little dividers, both inside and outside the main pocket
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos: https://vimeo.com/37657451

- 3a-3
    - original version of this had zipper pockets on the front, no webbing
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos (see: 3A-2)
    - 3a-3ts
        - later version with webbing added for modulars

- 3a-4
    - arm-band sleeve thing
    - possibly only produced once?
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos (see: 3A-2)

Edited by junkie_dolphin

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On 10/27/2018 at 3:41 AM, junkie_dolphin said:

Curious why some jackets are listed fabric/origin first, while others list it last. For example, the J1A-GT is one jacket, the GT-J1 is a different jacket altogether.

Also, here's some facts about the first four 3As:

- 3a-1
    - no intro needed
    - original came packaged in Acronym's first ever product, the "Kit 1"
    - was designed to interface with the early J1, then called the "Type: 2371 Full Mental Jacket"
    - in Kit 1 it was simply called "3rd Arm"—hence "3A"
    - packaged in Kit 1 with hip belt (which is what those buckles on the lower back of the bag are for)

- 3a-2
    - small bag, essentially the larger outer pocket of the 3A-1 but with its own strap
    - lots of little dividers, both inside and outside the main pocket
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos: https://vimeo.com/37657451

- 3a-3
    - original version of this had zipper pockets on the front, no webbing
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos (see: 3A-2)
    - 3a-3ts
        - later version with webbing added for modulars

- 3a-4
    - arm-band sleeve thing
    - possibly only produced once?
    - visible in one of Acronym's earliest product videos (see: 3A-2)

3A-3 via beinghunted archive: http://www.beinghunted.com/v40/features/2004/thehideout/_html/slides.html

 

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Posted (edited)

as my access to google docs was stricted, i think this be best place doing a acrnm items full catalog(hopefully)

if anything missed or some added needed, best to pm me and ill edit directly here

 

enjoy digging:ph34r:

 

update 20190529:

 

upload file to attachment feel free to use

will fill in the pants and other items later

 

Contributor(updating): @danii

acronym catalog.xlsx

 

Edited by Xu Jianfeng

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On 8/27/2019 at 10:23 AM, dolvn said:

anyone have a step by step process on how to actually remedy incorrect duty charges? would be nice to post it up here in the FAQ. I'm not expecting Acronym's limited support to spend time on helping me out with this.

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^ hey i can't pinpoint you to a direct link but there's plenty of info in the main discussion thread. try to google search some key words along with "superfuture, acronym" and i'm sure you'll find something.

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On 8/29/2019 at 11:58 AM, hooper said:

anyone have a step by step process on how to actually remedy incorrect duty charges? would be nice to post it up here in the FAQ. I'm not expecting Acronym's limited support to spend time on helping me out with this.

I just email 

 

[email protected]

and explain to them the codes are incorrect and then provide them the correct import code. FYI this method takes a long ass time for it to process. 

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