Technical Outerwear

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by hendrix, May 23, 2012.

  1. oboy_oboy

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    copped the converse x schoeller for only 45 quid yesterday, they're really nice and you get a shoe bag in the schoeller material. recommend!
     
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  3. scamster

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    foot patrol, soho, london.
     


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    Oh god that burgundy is awesome :drool:
     


  6. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    wtf camera angle
     


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    They are surprisingly awesome! They kind of look shitty, but they keep your feet warm and dry.

    Veilance line is looking a lot like mainline now.. they should stick to black.
     
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    know what you mean habitant they look rather underwhelming with that slightly odd grey colour but I like it that it is an unassuming look even if it is strange.

    will make a great daily wear shoe that is for sure.

    looking forward to wearing it with my sisp stealth trench that will hopefully arrive tomorrow.

    I'm a fan of the colours arc'teryx are introducing to the veilance line for spring/summer especially that burgundy.
     


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    been searching for something, maybe you guys can help.


    Sick and tired of my pants getting soaked when the run-off from my waterproof jackets gets on them. Anyone know of a fitted (tapered) technical pant that is waterproof? So hard to find!
     


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    aether try the outlier new ogs. they do other trousers that might suit your needs better.

    haven't tried them myself but only hear good things about outlier.
     


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    I too have heard excellent things about outlier. I really wish that there was more UK stockists as I would like to try their stuff on.

    For a cheaper alternative it may be worth looking at the Levis commuter range. I can't say I have tried them or know anyone who has to give you an appraisal of how good they are.
     


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    I have the outlier original OGs already, and although its water resistant I'm pretty sure it's not waterproof...
     


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