Technical Outerwear

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

  1. habitant

    habitant Senior member

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    I was talking about the stone island ghost pieces. Yes as far as technical goes, tenc isn't that great. The jackets look great though.
     
  2. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Senior member

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    you got a link? couldn't find anything for 'ghost'. tia
     
  3. Noctone

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    c'mon son
     
  4. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Senior member

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    lol. head bowed. in shame.
     
  5. akatsuki

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    Just pulled the trigger on a Acronym GT-J38LP...

    Now need to clean closet of coats...
     
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  6. habitant

    habitant Senior member

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  7. ceoceo

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    wowwwwww

    Definitely let us know how they feel
     
  8. sikeee

    sikeee Well-Known Member

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    Can you guys recommend a 3L hard shell w. hood that comes in olive sub 400 pl0x
     
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    Coldsnap Senior member

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    Don't know why, but I had to have this.

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  10. Tigerprawn

    Tigerprawn Senior member

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    ^ If you get it and doesn't work out for you look at Mountain Hardwear's Monkey Man. Similar fleece, uses Polartec. Super warm, probably the most comfortable piece of clothing I own, and a bit cheaper than Isaora. Not as fashion-y, but a good alternative.
     
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    Sweet, thanks for the recommendation! I hope ISAORA large works for me.. I've always liked their stuff.
     
  12. akatsuki

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    So far so good - loving the jacket, may have to get some tailoring done for the sleeves. The LP fabric is nice, but is a bit stiff, probably since it bonded to some waterproof layer underneath.

    I still haven't figured out the jacket features fully yet... I can never get the sleeve phone holster to work right.
     
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  13. oboy_oboy

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    If any of you are Nau fans, I just got the F&F info for the season. PM me for it.


    NOTE: Due to Nau's recent sale to Korean outdoor brand Black Sheep, this is the last time I will get these F&F codes. So, if there's something you like, this might be the time to swoop it.
     
  14. Tigerprawn

    Tigerprawn Senior member

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    ^ Thanks... I've bounced back and forth time and time again on their Riding jacket.
     
  15. oboy_oboy

    oboy_oboy Senior member

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    Yeah, in all honesty since their main designer left, i've felt the overall vibe of the brand hasn't been as tight. In the past there were always pieces I liked, even if I wasn't buying them. Now, there's only a very things I really like enough to pick up even w/ a 50% discount. Sort of bums me out, since I love the ideas and the people.

    (side note: if you like the look of the bags, they are really well designed and made. Sleeper hits for sure. )
     

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