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Outlier Tailored Performance Clothing

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Roguls, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. adamha21

    adamha21 Senior member

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    Yeah, I don't like that Air Forged vest at all. Weak effort compared to last year.
     
  2. brooks23

    brooks23 Senior member

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    Is there any company in the world that would give you a full refund for an item YOU fucked up 6 months after you bought it?

    I have some complaints about bits and pieces of Outlier's business strategy, but this just seems stupid.
     
  3. zerostyle

    zerostyle Senior member

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    I'm desperately trying to find a slim pair of pants for travel & hiking that's mostly technical fabric (nylon/etc).

    The Outlier OG's look perfect, but $240 is way outside of my budget.

    Any other brands that make something similar, even if quality is a bit lower?
     
  4. SuEd

    SuEd Senior member

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    Wrong site buddy; ask over there instead. (Or, better yet, start learning about techwear).
     
  5. HansPhonetic

    HansPhonetic Senior member

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    Got the Air Forged Vest in the mail yesterday and I love it. I wasn't sure about buying it until I read that it's a "trim fit." It does fit slimmer than the wool edition, which I have the second (first non-experimental) run of . Hopefully they make more slim-fitting shirts soon.

    The pocket closure is much easier to use and I like the front pocket flaps. When wearing Climbers or 60/30's, I tend to keep my keys and phone in my vest pockets instead of my pants. Things are less likely to fall out if I jump around.

    I don't know if I really needed a second vest but now I've got one... Tehe
     
  6. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    someone sell me a large in that vest
     
  7. rxryan

    rxryan Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have experiences with previous iterations of the re-upped Doublefine Merino Pullover (a sweatshirt essentially ha)...

    On the fence and think I'd like it for lounging during the colder months, but man... it is a sweatshirt. However, if it's good, I'll grab one.
     
  8. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    I have the cardigan and its great, the fabric is smooth, drapes beautifully, pretty warm while breathable, stretchy and really comfy.
     
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  9. momentoftruth

    momentoftruth Senior member

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    I have the mid-grey from last year and it's awesome. Good for casual and dressier fits, and super comfy
     
  10. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    Got some shirts, henley, and the cardigan. I'm 5'7" and had to get a large in everything, hoping everything won't be extremely long on me. Also got those 5" inseam shorts, hopefully they good for squattin and deadlifting in.
     
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  11. rxryan

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    I picked up the cardigan in medium (I'm 5'7") and it's too long. Having to return it :(
     
  12. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    gotcha blehhh people don't make clothes for short and thickset guys
     
  13. Taton

    Taton New Member

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    Yeah i got the same prob, it seems little long for me(5'8'') in size S, especially outerwear. However not as insanely long as Aether's.
     
  14. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    Let us know how the shirts fit.

    I'm almost certain the henley will be super long but I think that's how they were intended. They bunch up so at least it won't be draping down.
     
  15. Tigerprawn

    Tigerprawn Senior member

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    Are we done with Massif talk? My Blazer came in and fits spot on (probably due to the stretch). Money well spent since this is the perfect beater/travel blazer.
     
  16. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    I'm waiting for them to drop the henleys further then will get a bunch for the gym.
     
  17. dlm4114

    dlm4114 Senior member

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    are you supposed to snip that vent in the back? mine came in too, certainly worth it at that price
     
  18. einstine

    einstine Senior member

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    You realize that this is an Outlier thread right?
     
  19. crucialkc

    crucialkc Well-Known Member

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    Rode my massif softshell shorts mountain biking and took a handful of nasty spills. Shorts show no sign of wear. Excellent investment for $30-$40
     
  20. crucialkc

    crucialkc Well-Known Member

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    And on the topic of outlier. For this iteration of three way longs, I sized up one from my normal size instead of going tts (even though I haven't gained any weight or anything) and they fit much better.
     

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