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post #76 of 999

i want that modular hood and bomber.

post #77 of 999
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Stone Island Heat Reactive Jacket
Stone Island Ice Jacket
post #78 of 999
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also from the SUFU thread. Griffin Technical Bearskin parka

350

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post #79 of 999
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Shadow Project explanatory video from the SUFU thread

I want everything now
post #80 of 999
i picked up the SI:SP stealth trench coat and modular scarf from the past season AW 11-12. It makes me feel like i'm from the bladerunner future. wish i had completed the set with an insulator piece. i can't wait for next season.

the hidden pockets are the greatest / nerdiest thing ever.
post #81 of 999
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i picked up the SI:SP stealth trench coat and modular scarf from the past season AW 11-12. It makes me feel like i'm from the bladerunner future. wish i had completed the set with an insulator piece. i can't wait for next season.
the hidden pockets are the greatest / nerdiest thing ever.

Damn you are the envy of everyone in this thread.
post #82 of 999
wow this just opened my eyes to a new door in fashunz


might check them out during winter for some future steez
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cp company

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do want. where 2 kop? i didn't see it on their online store.

post #84 of 999
Check out the SUFU thread if you want actual places to pickup gear

Shadow Project looks gimmicky in a bad way. Just give me a high tech material with a nice cut and it's all good.
Hidden pockets here and there I can do without. I wonder if the jacket w/ the 11 pockets when full utilize hides the bulkiness well
post #85 of 999
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Check out the SUFU thread if you want actual places to pickup gear
Shadow Project looks gimmicky in a bad way. Just give me a high tech material with a nice cut and it's all good.
Hidden pockets here and there I can do without. I wonder if the jacket w/ the 11 pockets when full utilize hides the bulkiness well

I think most of the stuff looks pretty normal.

Some of the stuff seems pretty useful. People tend to carry lots of small items around these days and backpacks are generally terrible looking, and little handbags are just annoying to carry.

Being in the military, it's really satisfying to have everything you need on you - water, food, (ammo, med supplies, navigation). Obviously that's an extreme example, but just walking around the city sometimes I's lugging around a bag with sunglasses, gloves, hat, wallet, keys phone, and then I go outside gotta put all that stuff back on and it's just so fussy.

The best thing about these cutters is that they manage to make the bulkiness kinda architectural. This stuff should not be tight, but still looks flattering when worn loose.
post #86 of 999
Stealth coat is real nice though have to say.

I want to pick something up but not sure where to start. Next to footwear, I've discovered outerwear to my next favorite (tops in general following shoes)

I much prefer the CP Company aesthetic/styling but appreciate the technicality behind SI

Not sure if there is much else to look at as I feel Isaora and other lower tier labels cannot compare aside from 1 or 2 piece from the collections

In any case, Isaora > Maharishi uhoh.gif
Edited by gettoasty - 5/29/12 at 10:02pm
post #87 of 999
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BONUS


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I'll take everything.
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So this Errolson dude has designed for ACR, SI:SP and Herno Laminar?

Quite an incestuous bunch, this lot.
post #90 of 999
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also the vehicular escape function. Looks damn useful. Hate having to take off a jacket with seatbelt on.
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