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post #841 of 1022
Isaora 98 dollar ultra light shell is tempting. Anyone check it out yet? There's no stocklist, and they're based in NYC. I'm about to knock on their corporate door to ask to see it.
post #842 of 1022
They'd probably be down for that. It's good they have free shipping/ returns within the U.S. since they have no B&M representation anymore.

But to make up for that cost, they charge $55 for 2 day shipping (for purchases <$500).
post #843 of 1022
This USA shipping map is cool though.

post #844 of 1022
Poor Mississippi..
post #845 of 1022

http://www.isaora.com/collections/spring-new-arrivals

 

So what do you guys think of Isaora S/S14?

 

I kind of like the knit bomber and that sweatshirt. Simple wearable stuff.

 

Their more interesting stuff is a bit off mark for me. The pants really need some ribbed cuffs. The sportcoat looks cool but the fit/cut seems off.

post #846 of 1022
Thread Starter 
ribbed cuffs would ruin them for me.
post #847 of 1022

New arrivals at Rapha

 

Trousers and leather race bag look good. Also new colour Merino boxers and  V T's.

post #848 of 1022
Isaora 3L shell in black for $193 shipped at East Dane. Still available in L:

http://www.eastdane.com/tech-riding-shell-isaora/vp/v=1/1582575402.htm?folderID=23427&colorId=12867
post #849 of 1022

I wish I could like Isaora, and Acronym, but nothing ever looks appealing enough :T 
sometimes there is, but material used is meeh 

post #850 of 1022
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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

Isaora 3L shell in black for $193 shipped at East Dane. Still available in L:

http://www.eastdane.com/tech-riding-shell-isaora/vp/v=1/1582575402.htm?folderID=23427&colorId=12867

 

How does this fit? Didn't some guy post fits a while back? 

post #851 of 1022
Yeah I messaged him but he didn't reply. I wish I could help, but I had it shipped to my parents to save on shipping. There are some measurements on the product page though.
post #852 of 1022
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Originally Posted by SmileForum View Post

I wish I could like Isaora, and Acronym, but nothing ever looks appealing enough :T 

sometimes there is, but material used is meeh 

What do you find appealing then? What materials do you prefer?
post #853 of 1022
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

How does this fit? Didn't some guy post fits a while back? 

I bought a size small, fits like a medium and the sleeves are super long.
post #854 of 1022
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Originally Posted by SmileForum View Post
 

I wish I could like Isaora, and Acronym, but nothing ever looks appealing enough :T 
sometimes there is, but material used is meeh 


Overall I think Acronym materials are decent. Some of the Goretex hardshell stuff may not be breathable enough for all day wear and 870 euro for a Paclite jacket is frankly ridiculous.but the Schoeller, cotton and Lora Piana pieces are really nice.

 

For me the biggest issue is how to wear Acronym and not look like a Walt or Mall Ninja.


Edited by Grove - 3/10/14 at 5:21am
post #855 of 1022
Originally Posted by Grove View Post
 

 

 

For me the biggest issue is how to wear Acronym and not look like a Walt

 

That's easy; just don't wear all black There are colorway options (Olive, "Dust", "Petrol") for many of the Acronym garments.

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