dont post mountaincore edition
I'm looking for a really simple, lazy insulator layer with. Something like Polartec fleece cut like a pullover but with a full length zipper down it, no pockets or really simple pockets, like those almost housecoat ones on the Acronym S13-W.
Anybody know anything?
There are literally thousand of products like that
I said cut like a pullover; why are you posting random outdoor fleece jackets?
Reigning Champ Sea to Sky almost hits it with the Hybrid Bomber, but it's a little too busy and I'm looking for something more in Classic or Thermal Pro than Power Stretch.
Techwear is lame because you look like a survivalist/ soldier but like...eat at the whole foods restaurant with your teacup poodle wearing your wide new balance shoes with a custom insert from the ortho and drive a Prius
I dress likes faggot but at least my raws have pmag fades in them
Depends on the person really.
While techwear takes some inspo from military and law enforcement, the general tone in this thread is not really to relate it to that, simply because techwear isn't about being a mallninja or a tacticool wannabe operator.
There is no strict definition of techwear. It could be just incorporating a technical piece of clothing into a fit, or going full Acronym.
Meme techwear: Black hardshell, black tech fleece joggers, black backpack, runners of some type (***has*** to be Nike or Adidas), and a balaclava.
Will dump fits
define 'cut like a pullover'
if you add full zip to the equation you're gonna get something that's basically a jacket
I guess try this
>cut like a pullover
>with a full length zipper
this has to be b8
you can't be this retarded
you must just be pulling one over this anon who tried to help your dumbass
Final ensemble, still looking for shoes. Going for an ultralight wardrobe that doesn't look like a Cyberpunk Mercenary.
I was looking at Flyknits/Techloom but they wouldn't survive a mile around here, too much mud.
Is there any other brand besides veilance that makes slightly dressy techwear jackets? Pic related
Hey guys, i need a single layer hooded waterproof jacket for a summet walk I'm doing, with a pretty high chance of rain. I'm looking at the TNF Resolve or TNF Venture jackets, any other recommendations round that price range
cop or not?
I like the dead bird, but I don't really like the Veilance line. (Opinion) I don't think the clothes offer that good of mobility, in comparison to other brands. The pants look too dressy desu senpai
Yes, well, that's the name of the game. Tech stems from a lot of asian brands and influence, which leads to availability problems. Not to mention, it's not very popular, and can go south really fast if you don't have the right finesse. You either look like a mall goth or a tacticool mallninja if you buy the wrong stuff.
Read this; it's helpful.
I have long custom pants, they're pretty dope, fit really nice.
Cons: top button always comes open, fucking annoying, and I've had some tears. Luckily I just patch them up and they work great for a kind of punkish style.
j1a-gt just came in
>tfw $300 in customs fees
No real recommendations, but the venture jacket feels flimsy and has a bad reputation. Better not buy that. Think about doubling you budget to get something that is not only watertight but also durable and comfy
Actually I have a recommendation, look at the Haglöfs incus, great jacket. I recommend buying one size up
Hi senpai, I just bought an Arcteryx Zeta AR jacket and need some shoes that go with it. Pic related, it's my techwear fit and some shoes I am looking at. I don't want Nike or Adidas, and I already have some pairs of pumas which I like a lot. I just need something black that goes with the jacket and the cap. GTX stands for goretex, so these are actually waterproof.
>when people save and repost your fits
Unfortunately it's a bit hard to come by
Not sure if you can get this jacket anymore
Pic left is more streetwear IMO
Not sure if I'm feeling the shorts, but I feel like a GiTS character looked like this
Not sure what you're asking
Oh- well, I don't really think he made a lot of money.. Once you throw it on 4chan it's on the internet forever
ACG it seems
Pic left is comfy tier and is more just wearing athletic / performance pieces rather than trying to be a cyberpunk ninja like Acronym.
The ACG jackets would be slick as fuck if Nike didn't plaster the logo all over it. Like I've mentioned before, this core is pretty damn hard to pull off
I'm pretty sure that's the Ridge jacket by Saturdays Surf NYC. I was planning on using it in a techwear fit as well but as usual, someone on the internet beat me to it because I am broke.
/fa/, how to use techwear in a country where the weather is predominantly hot? Talking 'bout 25ºC and above.
All base layers and shirts senpai for top and bottom stays the same. Pic related could work.
A lot of tech shell are really breathable. It's about the same weather where I live and an Epic Cotton jacket with ventilation and a tee is enough to keep me comfortable.
Also may want to check out maharishi and veilance both have pretty good summer-friendly techwear items.
I seriously wish techwear had trauma-padding like scifi stuff.
Didn't know that was a thing.
Google search reveals a lot of disappointment for what I was expecting. It's too flamboyant, doesn't feel streamlined enough.
More like a ragtag of other styles chopped together to make something pretty uninspired.
Check your local milsurp or outdoors shop anon and tailor that shit.
At that high of a price point you're mostly paying for the cut and the ability to look like a cyberpunk mercenary. Just check out other of Arc'teryx's offerings besides from Veilence. You can't go wrong with them.
It's Neil Barett.
cop or not?
not him, but how did you find/approach a decent tailor, and what do you pay for certain operations?
I guess my perception of tailoring is wrong, but I always saw tailors as limited to (or at least mainly working with) formal wear, and have never been to one despite wanting to taper/alter some things
Is Arc'teryx Atom LT /fa/?
Leaf version (reduced branding, but fewer colors) better?
I have a hooded one I use for insulation on 0 degree weathers, works like a charm. Also works quite well as a standalone piece. Pretty simple design all in all.
Also can anyone recommend some higher end hardshell jacket that fits similar to most of Arc'teryx' offerings (slim and tall)? Have been on a look out to get myself a proper hardshell jacket and I have mainly gone with arcteryx in the past since the fit has been the best for me.
I'm not him, I'm someone who googled the name "PALLABROUSE BAGGY" and saw on the Palladium website that they're made of cotton
Didn't really mean to be rude, just trying to tell you that doing a slight bit of research on your own would have been faster and more informative than just asking the guy for basic shit like that
Copped an Arcteryx Zeta AR hardshell a week ago, it has the new goretex c-knit backer and is slim and long. Haven't found something equally nice with the same features, even at higher price points.
Softshells are actually the easiest to cop, loads of good looking options. On sneakers I can't comment, I think the general techwear sneaker selection is total bullshit.
Thats my core m8!
I've heard good things about skydex battle trainers.
Wish there were other color options.
or any similar to that (made from plastic resources)
thx, i found those jackets on ther site and noticed their hight prices (high for that compound)
but no worries i googled tyvek combinaison are much cheaper and i will probably buy one and make jacket from it. at least i will try.
what's up with the different materials on these cargos?
> non-functional cotton
> can I be techwear?
I'm curious, what do you carry in your bags typically?
Right now I am carrying a 3A-1 with headphones, chargers, kindle paperwhite, a beanie, and a spare shirt (for changing out of my work shit).
do you think it's raining 24/7 when you're wearing techwear? it's not just about being 100% waterproof all the time. trainers work because they're lightweight, comfy, and allow ease of movement.
Yes and i agree with that but if you had have read my post you would see how I was remarking that full waterproof tech fits tend to have trainers made from things like flyknit. This is not practical.
There isn't a fit ITT with trainers that follow the same function as the rest of the outfit>>10832651
yes, fits with shells like goretex and other membranes are waterproof. they're also great because they're lightweight and wind proof. some techwear pants are waterproof, but they're also worn for their articulation that allows ease of movement. a whole outfit can be waterproof, but that might not be the sole purpose of it. I think the flaw in your thinking is that the only reason to wear waterproof items is because they're waterproof
Seconding this. I bought a pair from ss15 and immediately ordered another because they are so great. Easily my all-time favorite pants. The anode pants are quite nice for winter too, although they aren't quite as cool looking.
could these boots work for a waterproof tech fit?
they go pretty tight around the ankle area and are the most comfortable and hard wearing boots i've ever owned
Any of you nig nogs have any experience stitching webbing?
I'm trying to find a non-industrial machine that can inject +3 layers of nylon-light
I got it from muji a while ago, although any turtleneck where it rolls over itself would look similar when you pull it up probably (like this one from uniqlo)
Anyone have recommendations for a vest or small formfactor backpack like that?
I want something that really hugs tight to my body that i can store my phone and wallet in when i go for runs. I currently use a hydration pack, but on shorter runs its kind of silly.
Basically, a fanny pack, except more stylish and it moves the carrying space up to the small of my back, or a bit higher.