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25 minutes ago, branespload said:

let's try to stay on the topic of veilance please

in case anyone was curious about how the casing stuff breaks in, here's my card case at 1 year 2 months of carry

https://imgur.com/a/XGvRp

My wife got me one for christmas, I absolutely love how abrasion resistant it is. I considered wallets from Hermes to Tanner Goods and their leather, while supple, seemed really prone to abrasion from light friction. Veilance, AAA+.

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Speaking of abrasion resistance, I slid across a few feet of concrete this morning after hitting some ice and laying down my bike. I was wearing the Mionn IS and was pleasantly surprised that there were no rips or tears. Only a small scuff that pretty much came off after wiping with a damp towel.

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Here are some quick snaps of the Polytope shirt in Lithos. It's suppose to be a Grey-White but I see it as a light blue. Let me know if I'm going crazy

The material is best described as a stretch poplin 73 Cotton, 23 Nylon and 4% Elastane. This isn't your ordinary Outlier Nyco. The stretch has light resistance but not like leggings. No DWR. After a couple hours of wear, the material is comfortable and very breathable. 

There are two darts in the back for a slimmer fit. The underarm is guested and the sleeves articulated. Prym snaps run the full length of the placket (hidden). Cuffs have two points of adjustment, Prym too. The hem is notched like the Arris and Field OS. 

Overall the finish is excellent for the office and even better for lunch runs on a hot day. 

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Looking good. How tall are you and what size are you wearing?

...from the photos it’s hard to tell if it’s rather grey-white or light blue... I‘d probably tend to call it grey-white.

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7 hours ago, bouncingsoul said:

Looking good. How tall are you and what size are you wearing?

...from the photos it’s hard to tell if it’s rather grey-white or light blue... I‘d probably tend to call it grey-white.

It's more of a light blue 

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17 hours ago, bouncingsoul said:

Looking good. How tall are you and what size are you wearing?

...from the photos it’s hard to tell if it’s rather grey-white or light blue... I‘d probably tend to call it grey-white.

I'm 5'8 and am wearing a medium. I'm a med is most my other AV tops. I have a broad chest but the Polytope certainly fits slimmer but without the need to size up. The sleeves aren't ridiculously long like my other AV pieces. The length is shorter than your traditional dresshirt and the notch is a nice touch when untucked. 

Yea the colour is confusion. The Lithos Sphere had a blue tint too. I'll try to get pictures of the Black up soon. 

Just went to Uniqlo today to pick up some Airism tees. Under the Polytope I'll never be hot again

 

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in case anyone wanted to see what sz 29, 30" inseam sequent LT looks like on someone who's more like a sz 28, 28" inseam lol

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the pant itself is pretty wide-legged and roomy IMO. I think it's to help with airflow and range of motion since it has no stretch content. it is the most acronym looking veilance thing i have lol. i have it fully cinched here in these pics, but im going to try undoing the leg opening adjustor and cuffing it lol. it gives me some space age workwear vibes with the contrasting cuff

i feel like these need some kind of ultralight moisture wicking base layer if youre gonna wear them in the summer cuz in my experience cknit gets gross when exposed to sweat. i wore them the other day in the rain with heattech leggings and it performed really well. swishy as all hell though

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1 hour ago, branespload said:

in case anyone wanted to see what sz 29, 30" inseam sequent LT looks like on someone who's more like a sz 28, 28" inseam lol

The pant itself is pretty wide-legged and roomy IMO. I think it's to help with airflow and range of motion since it has no stretch content. it is the most acronym looking veilance thing i have lol. i have it fully cinched here in these pics, but im going to try undoing the leg opening adjustor and cuffing it lol. it gives me some space age workwear vibes with the contrasting cuff

i feel like these need some kind of ultralight moisture wicking base layer if youre gonna wear them in the summer cuz in my experience cknit gets gross when exposed to sweat. i wore them the other day in the rain with heattech leggings and it performed really well. swishy as all hell though

These look great. Wish I could find more pants with this sort of aesthetic. If only these weren't "swishy." I have a pair of shorts that are obnoxiously noisy and I absolutely cannot stand it.

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yeah, it's already up on END for example

https://www.endclothing.com/us/arc-teryx-veilance-isogon-jacket-20962-kh.html

https://www.endclothing.com/us/arc-teryx-veilance-isogon-jacket-20962-bk.html

should retail 500 USD i think. black/ash/khaki. comes in the new 50/50 cotton/cordura nylon instead of 70/30 like before

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17 hours ago, branespload said:

in case anyone wanted to see what sz 29, 30" inseam sequent LT looks like on someone who's more like a sz 28, 28" inseam lol

Why did you size up, are they not tts? Or for a looser fit?

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2 hours ago, 03lab said:

Why did you size up, are they not tts? Or for a looser fit?

they're probably TTS/roomy. depending on the fabric veilance 28 could be loose on me anyway, i dont really have a choice. the smallest size they make now is 29, but this pant and dyadic comp have no beltloops so instead there's a waist and hem adjustor using riri zero snaps similar to how the apparat cuff works. that said, the sequent when fully cinched at the waist still didnt bring it down enough unfortunately.

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Not exactly Veilance but the LEAF website has their new products online as I just checked

Some of the stand-outs imo is the very sleek Courier bag that is "capable of carrying a sub-gun platform" with concealed pockets and also the rolling duffle which is an AC2 Duffle (essentially) with a frame and wheels. However, the design is very understated. Check them out here

https://leaf.arcteryx.com/ProductFind.aspx?country=ca&language=en&category=Cross_Functional_Equipment

Both fit into the whole veilance aesthetic imo

Side note: there is a new softshell combo called the Patrol jacket / pant. Interesting how the are cross platforming naming schemes from LEAF to veilance. Wonder if there is any collaboration between the design teams..

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16 hours ago, iamiwas said:

https://www.ssense.com/en-ca/men/designers/arcteryx-veilance

 

Convex pant and some other items up at ssense.

Well those fit a lot different from the stock pics, let me check this guys measurements..

"Model is 6ft 5" tall and wearing a size 30"

lol

 

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