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+1 to this - almost every brand is vanity sized. Generally I'm a 32 inch waist (body measurement), but I wear 30 in cast 2s - could probably even fit a 29 with a stretched waist, but the legs are usually too slim for meit is not TTS. it's vanity sized.
if you're a 34 waist then you're a 32 in JE (or something). different jeans and different users will size up or down 1 (or even 2) accordingly - mostly depending on the stretch
Yup, love it, may end up picking up the isogon or an arris as a cheaper alternative to the anorak, just wish it was a bit longer and boxier, maybe I’ll size up.The arcteryx veilance conduct anorak is unreal. Still have yours?
Be careful with the shake dry material, it’s awesome in theory but you may have to baby itLeather Annorak was my most anticipated drop based on the lookbook. But no way I can excuse dropping that much. The Veilance jacket is an amazing option. Thanks for posting.
grabbed the black isogon mx last year and I alternate between that and the conduct depending on the situation and they’re both solid. You would likely be able to size up and get the fit you’re looking for as wellYup, love it, may end up picking up the isogon or an arris as a cheaper alternative to the anorak, just wish it was a bit longer and boxier, maybe I’ll size up.
Not familiar with that material. The two you just posted are cool. I really want the JE version. I have the black Nike windrunner and it doesnt get much wear outside of running and the gym. So still not totally convinced this jacket type is even essential to my wardrobe.Be careful with the shake dry material, it’s awesome in theory but you may have to baby it