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Arc'teryx and Veilance Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Caligari, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. dapperdoctor

    dapperdoctor Senior member

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    I'm interested in checking out this brand in person. Everyone has a Canada Goose, so this seems like a good alternative. I guess the quality is good, eh?
     
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    Picked up the new Conduct Anorak and loving it so far.
     
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  4. ranger7000

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    Would love to see a review or some fit pics of the anorak!
     
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    Doeas anyone knoe when the SS 17 collections for the standard Arcteryx lines are coming? Wondering if they will refresh the colours. Looking for a Psophon FL Hoody
     
  6. walt143JE

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    Was at Buffalo Exchange in East Village Manhattan and they had this blazer for $38 in XL. Would have grabbed myself but it was actually too small for my shoulders with very short sleeves. Condition was a bit wrinkled but overall very suitable. When I saw the tag I almost freaked out but wasn't meant to be for me.....[​IMG]
     
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  7. Jdubz

    Jdubz New Member

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    Feel like proxying for a brother? :)
     
  8. walt143JE

    walt143JE Well-Known Member

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    Hey I have to head out of town tomorrow for work and wouldnt be able to stop by again until next weekend, if it is still there I can do it! Sorry...
     
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  9. Bunks

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  10. Bunks

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    Hi, I was wondering if you ever did trade down a size and if so how it went? I'm in a very similar situation, 6'1 and 38 chest, but very long arms! The small is basically a better fit than the Medium on me except that the cuffs are tight on the wrists when I wear anything like a thick woollen jumper.
     
  11. CBrown85

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    In addition to my Veilance Field Jacket, I've got an Atom LT that basically functions as my winter coat. It's not enough, so I'm looking for a down-filled jacket. The Veilance Monitor is nice, but way too expensive after looking at my budget... are there any warmpth differences between the Cerium LT and the Thorium AR? I know the Cerium uses 850 fill and the Thorium uses 800, but beyond that, is the Thorium actually a heavier more robust jacket?
     
  12. skovbo13

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    I did indeed sell the medium monitor down, but got a size small insulated field jacket instead—which fits perfectly. I'm positive a monitor down in small would have been a good fit as well.

    From your description, and given you're a 38 chest, it sounds like the small is your size.
     
  13. eloshine

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    Skovbo13, Curious to know if you find the armholes high and restricting in the Field IS vs the Monitor S
     
  14. Bunks

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    Thanks for getting back to me, much appreciated. I hope you enjoy your field Jacket.
     
  15. Sym

    Sym Senior member

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    Any real world pics of the Conduct Anorak or review? Thinking of picking it up.
     
  16. John-Galt

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    Haven has it online. The jacket is rather long on the body
     
  17. WilYa

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    1) I think you should go for L.
    2) I had a Monitor Down for 850 GBP. You may wait a bit but I have to say the stock/supply of Veilance is quite limited.
     
  18. skovbo13

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    Never owned the Monitor in size S, just in M—which I eventually sold. The armholes in the Field IS (S) pose no problems whatsoever, I believe it would be the same in a Monitor Down size small.
     
  19. eloshine

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    Anyone have suggestions for removing stubborn wrinkles from their jackets?
     
  20. Beav

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    I'm hoping to get some sizing advice for you all, I'm one of those folks that always tends to be between sizes... I'm looking into getting a Veilance blazer, and am torn between getting a medium and large.

    I'm 5'9 and about 175-180lbs, with a 39-40 inch chest (currently 39.25) and have a 34 inch waist. And, I'm a little rounder around the middle than most my size, it's just how I carry weight. And I don't want a really tight fit.

    What size would you guys advise? I'm thinking a large just to be safe based on measurements I've seen online but I'd like to hear any advice I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks!
     

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