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post #1216 of 1382
Damn. Yeah that shit is extremely irritating and basically makes it to where I can never pack them for trips.
post #1217 of 1382
Anyone have the mojave shirt? Is it cool, wrinkle easily, etc?
post #1218 of 1382

I have one in olive. It's the coolest shirt that I have, lighter than the air forged, cali or any merino tee I have and it will probably be what I'll wear on the hottest summer days (gets to 41C here). It does wrinkle easily but I haven't washed it yet so I don't know how it will iron. Looks really good and I'm happy with it, I will probably get another one.

post #1219 of 1382
I know this is the Outlier thread - but does anyone happen to know if there is something like the Three way shorts for women out there somewhere in a similar fabric? Outlier had the women's double weave last spring but they appear to be long gone. Would like to get a pair for my wife.
post #1220 of 1382
edit: nvm,
post #1221 of 1382
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Originally Posted by velobran View Post

I know this is the Outlier thread - but does anyone happen to know if there is something like the Three way shorts for women out there somewhere in a similar fabric? Outlier had the women's double weave last spring but they appear to be long gone. Would like to get a pair for my wife.

I asked them about the shorts that the model is wearing in the women's blazer pictures. Tyler said that they are the men's new way shorts in 29. Maybe those with some tailoring to make them shorter?


Edited by deadsunrise - 5/7/14 at 2:34am
post #1222 of 1382
Copped some new way shorts, slim dungarees, socks and an air forged oxford. Didn't know it was nano-tex (water repellent). Pretty cool.

Qualified for free shipping but I ended up paying the $50 for USPS out of fear. Now I'm thinking that was a dumb move but whatever. UPS would have came earlier and maybe there's a chance I wouldn't have to have paid more than $50 in BS fees? Then again I've heard ridiculous stories with these shipping companies.

Kind of bummed I couldn't get the dark navy air forged oxford. Got the email at lunch time and when I came home they were all sold out.

Slowly working on converting my wardrobe to Outlier and similar tech stuff.
post #1223 of 1382

Just received my Futureworks and Ultralight Trousers (both size 32). The ultralight is going to be great in the humid summer. My old Climbers always fit like jeggings, but these seem a little more... loose.

 

Also, the utlralight has an interesting stacking pattern at the bottom. I think because it's so thin it folds easily. The legs have a funny angular drape as well, it looks better in motion :nodding:

 

Futureworks (Click to show)

 

Ultralight Trousers (Click to show)

Old Climbers (Click to show)

Kind of want to replace all my pants with Outlier + Veilance.

post #1224 of 1382
report back about the ultralights after a couple more wears, i'm definitely interested in them
post #1225 of 1382

report back on the futureworks too! 

 

Sounds like a good entry level pants

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@delluminatus how's the waist of the futureworks compared to the ultralights and climbers? They say that they shrink and that the waistband is smaller than usual, I ordered one pair sizing up but it hasn't arrived yet. Ultralights in navy look great, I have the light gray from last year and they drape a bit awkardly but are awesome for summer.

post #1227 of 1382
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Originally Posted by deadsunrise View Post
 

@delluminatus how's the waist of the futureworks compared to the ultralights and climbers? They say that they shrink and that the waistband is smaller than usual, I ordered one pair sizing up but it hasn't arrived yet. Ultralights in navy look great, I have the light gray from last year and they drape a bit awkardly but are awesome for summer.

 

The futureworks definitely feel a little tighter in the waist/hips than the Ultralights. I ordered size 32 in both, my measured waist is 34", for comparison. They fit perfectly now, so if they shrink a lot there may be some... crotch issues.

 

My climbers are 1 size larger than than the others (so, sz 33) and I need a belt or they fall off. Very loose in the waist considering how tight the thighs are. I much prefer the futureworks. It's pretty clear that they made them looser in the leg because the fabric is less stretchy. I really like the end result, although there's definitely less overall freedom of movement.

post #1228 of 1382

They all seem to big and have a weird drape in the front rise. 

post #1229 of 1382
Yup agreed. All of them look a bit odd in the top block.
post #1230 of 1382
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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

Yup agreed. All of them look a bit odd in the top block.

 

I think that's a perspective issue, the camera was pointing straight at my waist.

 

Futureworks definitely shrank about 1/2 size in the wash. They feel a little tighter but it doesn't seem really noticeable.

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