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post #1231 of 1253
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What is Arc's best cut of pants for something similar to the p10 (loose tapered), but a little slimmer up top? The Apparat?


They're nice if you're not too tall

post #1232 of 1253
Is 6'2" too tall for a 34/L?
I don't mind them being cropped, as long as it's more ankle than the calf.
post #1233 of 1253

The inseam on the 34s is 76.5cm or 30.11 inches 

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Hey guys, I am hosting a SW&D challenge that asks what outfit you'd take with you to face the end of the world.

 

I thought it might be interesting to see what those of you here that have technical outerwear collections would choose, and why.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/520363/sw-d-end-of-the-world-challenge-your-last-outfit/

 

 

No fit pic is required, just a photo of the item(s) and a justification.

post #1235 of 1253
Sorry if this has come up multiple times, but I'm looking for recommendations for a lightweight water resistant/proof shell with a hood that I can throw on in a quick storm.

too bad I missed out on Isaora's ultralightweight windbreaker on sale, seems like it would have been perfect.

https://www.isaora.com/collections/sale-fw16/products/ultralight-windbreaker-grey?variant=1099978497

I've been looking at the Veilance Isogon as well, but not sure how lightweight that is. also would love to keep it under $200.

Any other recs you guys can point me to that I haven't thought of yet? Anything by nike acg?

Thanks in advance
post #1236 of 1253

The Isogon is full cotton poplin and wouldn't be suitable for rain. In terms of thickness, I find it more substantial than the Actuator or Arris. 

 

At $200 I'd look into the Arc'teryx Beta SL or Consular. Both are Gore Paclite (waterproof) and packable  

post #1237 of 1253
Thanks for the recommendations. Both look good, not crazy about the logo on the chest. Do they make any versions without it?
post #1238 of 1253
yob have you looked at the crye windliner.

weather resistant so will be good for a shower but in prolonged downpour will might get a little wet, it folds into its own pouch and comes black, ranger green and multicam.

post #1239 of 1253
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I've been looking at the Veilance Isogon as well, but not sure how lightweight that is. also would love to keep it under $200.

Any other recs you guys can point me to that I haven't thought of yet? Anything by nike acg?

Thanks in advance

 

Nike Hyper Shield Light is packable, has a removable hood and 5000mm water resistance. I've worn mine in a downpour for over an hour and it held up. Quite breathable too. You should be able to find one for well under $USD200.

post #1240 of 1253
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Thanks for the recommendations. Both look good, not crazy about the logo on the chest. Do they make any versions without it?


Yea as you've figured out at quite premium: Veilance. You can look into LEAF jackets where the logo stitching is tonal but pricing is much higher 

post #1241 of 1253
hey guys,

i am looking for a winter jacket, something semi stylish and warm, i haven't been able to find anything i like. can anyone throw in some suggestions? (non-shell please)
post #1242 of 1253
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Originally Posted by ysb View Post

Sorry if this has come up multiple times, but I'm looking for recommendations for a lightweight water resistant/proof shell with a hood that I can throw on in a quick storm.

too bad I missed out on Isaora's ultralightweight windbreaker on sale, seems like it would have been perfect.

https://www.isaora.com/collections/sale-fw16/products/ultralight-windbreaker-grey?variant=1099978497

I've been looking at the Veilance Isogon as well, but not sure how lightweight that is. also would love to keep it under $200.

Any other recs you guys can point me to that I haven't thought of yet? Anything by nike acg?

Thanks in advance

I have a dead bird Squamish and love it.
Packs into pocket, ultralight, holds up in most storms long enough. I put it in a fannypack on inclimate travel days and you dont even know its there.
post #1243 of 1253
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

hey guys,

i am looking for a winter jacket, something semi stylish and warm, i haven't been able to find anything i like. can anyone throw in some suggestions? (non-shell please)

As in no insulated shells?

post #1244 of 1253
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Originally Posted by John-Galt View Post

As in no insulated shells?

I think I'd be fine with that, I much prefer a jacket but I'd appreciate any suggestions.
post #1245 of 1253
Any recommendations for fashion-centric technical outerwear for women, other than select arc'teryx jackets?
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