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FS: Arcteryx Veilance Bomber Jacket + Windshell Jacket

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by kubrick, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. kubrick

    kubrick Well-Known Member

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    #1 Arcteryx Veilance Bomber Jacket in Titanium size Medium

    Beautiful gore tex pro jacket. 2 hand pockets, 1 left upper arm, and 1 internal pocket.

    A short length bomber jacket with all the protection that Gore-Tex Pro Shell provides but in a 2-layer construction that makes this jacket softer and quieter to wear. A progressive interpretation of the original, with technical knit cuffs that comfortably seal at the wrists. Details:
    - Gore-Tex 2L Pro Shell
    - 100% nylon face
    - Polartec Wind Pro with Hardface cuffs and waistband
    - WaterTight laminated zippers
    - interior zippered storage pocket

    same one as here

    http://www.firmamentberlin.com/arcteryx_veilance/22571/bomber_lt_jacket.html

    $SOLD USD shipped .

    pit to pit - 22.5"
    shoulder to shoulder - 19"
    shoulder to sleeve - 26"
    1/2 waist - 20"
    neck to waist - 25"


    #2 Arcteryx Veilance Windshell Jacket in sizes XS + Medium

    same one as here

    http://www.firmamentberlin.com/arcteryx_veilance/22575/windshell_hooded_jacket.html

    essentially the same as the monocle branded collaboration as seen here (less color + logo on wrist)

    http://www.highsnobiety.com/2012/08/14/monocle-x-arcteryx-veilance-actuator-windshell-jacket/


    An ultra-light shell with a degree of comfortable stretch. The tiny amount of volume this shell takes up when stuffed into its own pocket, and its whisper-light weight, makes it easy to carry around all the time, ready to be used to fend off wind and rain. Details:
    - mechanical stretch lightweight
    - 100% nylon
    - treated with DWR
    - storm hood with vertical adjusters
    - zippered storage pocket doubles as stuff sack
    - taped seams
    - soft touch elasticated cuffs
    - elasticated waist drawcord
    - large sized hood
    - zipper goes all the way up for neck protection

    $SOLD USD shipped.

    Medium measurements

    pit to pit - 22.5"
    shoulder to shoulder - 19"
    shoulder to sleeve - 27"
    1/2 waist - 21"
    neck to waist - 27.5"


    Extra Small measurements

    pit to pit - 22"
    shoulder to shoulder - 18"
    shoulder to sleeve - 25"
    1/2 waist - 19"
    neck to waist - 24"
     
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  2. insomniac341

    insomniac341 Senior member

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    Hey, the links in the listing are broken, btw.
     
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  3. kubrick

    kubrick Well-Known Member

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    to the top and links fixed

    thanks for that!


    offers/trades welcome
     
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    kubrick Well-Known Member

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    TintoTerra Senior member

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    Those windshell jackets are great. I wear mine all the time.

    edit: just measured the p2p on mine and it is 22 p2p. Oops. These fit really well so I thought it was slightly slimmer in cut.
     
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