No problems with any Arc'teryx zippers so far. But if you have an issue, Arc may well fix it for you.
Just discovered something intriguing. Anyone have any experience with Ministry of Supply? Lab-grown dress clothes born from a hacker who went on kickstarter. I'm particularly interested in the Aviator Chinos. Water shedding, semi stretchy, seam sealed and features hidden crotch vents.
So I'll be spending October nomading around S.E. Asia. This, of course, calls for a new companion. So I picked up this beastly thing:
Never will I be left wondering which way is North, or if that is, in fact, a low pressure system headed my way.
Pretty disappointed in Arc'teryx Veilance A/W '14 too. Same shit, different color. I have it on (somewhat) good authority that all the guys on the Veilance team recently left Arc'teryx and also, that items will be produced in China. Goodbye inspiration.
Anyone have anything wonderful to check out?
Hey it'll be fun. Sportster is like Southern California: obsessed with looks and sounding sooo cool. Gives ya a great time but more expensive than it's worth. Fun to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there.
I upgraded to a vector 2 after almost a year with a cheap HTC. I no longer look at helmets.
I got a pair of Held Air N Dry because on occasion my hands felt numb from rain or cold. I no longer look at gloves.
For jackets I have a warm (Dainese) and a cool (RSD) weather option. For pants, I have jeans (BullIt) and textile (Dainese Drake Air). Never saw a great looking pair of Draggins up close. I really like Sidi's motorcycle high tops for around town. No boot out there...