While the outerwear tends to steal the thunder, ACRONYM has started to bring back some of their baselayer basics back into the fold. The T-shirts are from SS21 are now constructed from schoeller material with 3xdry and Dryskin tech making it fast drying and water-resistant. Rib knit crewneck collar and a bonded logo in black and white at front hem. This is a subtle enough piece to mix in discreetly with non-techwear items.
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ACRONYM returns with some familiar favorites as well as the new J90-DS jacket. J90-DS is made in heavyweight schoeller® 3XDRY® Dryskin™ and its clean lines hide the features packed within- it’s abrasion resistant, water repellent made with 4-way stretch, fast drying material. Optimal for all season use as both a mid-layer and outerwear. The SS21 season has some other noteworthy outerwear pieces among them a J1A-GTPL and the J47-GT. Outside of the main ACRONYM e-shop these other retailers are also carrying pieces from the drop.
ACRONYM has released several new items from their SS18 collection today. Among the products are several jackets, 2 pairs of pants and a re-stock of the s21-DS jersey hoodie. Several brand new models are appearing for the first time ever including the new P30 pant which comes in both Dryskin and CH fabrics. Based on BDU cargo pants, the P30 is an ultrawide 3/4 length zero-resistance utility pant that features articulated knees, and an updated integrated beltless fully-adjustable waistband. Fans of wider silohuettes from ACR will likely welcome this model into their wardrobe. Another new entrant is the J59TS-CH which is a TECSYS compatible loose bomber style jacket. Cavernous detached entry and internal chest pockets are the highlight of this piece along with the more relaxed shape of the garment. For a more minimal approach, the J69-GT is self-described by ACR as a jacket that you wear like a biker jacket but that has absolutely nothing to do with biker jackets. This style is finished with a new convertible-style collar. Explore the entire selection over the on ACRNM website or wait for the release on stockists including END which should be releasing items soon.
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Fans of the original ACRONYM x Nike Lunar Force will be happy to see that the latest iteration of the sneaker is getting a wider release. The shoe first appeared as part of Nike’s AF100 initiative and now the sneaker is set to release in the same all-white color scheme on December 3 on the Nike SNKRS app. As users have had trouble with the app over recent releases, I’ll be sure to update the post if other stockists are announced. More pics of the sneaker after the jump.
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Lunar Air Force 1/Acronym ’17 by Errolson Hugh
Nike has had a busy year and they seem to be ramping up even further for the 4th quarter. To help celebrate the 35th anniversary of the iconic Air Force 1, Nike reached out to several creatives that were given the opportunity to design their own take on the all white Air Force One.
The project is named the the “AF100,” the Swoosh’s celebrates the intersection between sports, music and pop culture that the Air Force One has found itself placed in. The shoes announced so far are designed by Don C, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, Errolson Hugh, Travis Scott and Virgil Abloh.
Click through for a preview of all the Air Force One models set to release over the next two months. The items will be available directly through Nike SNKRS and select other retailers.
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ACRONYM returns with news of their annual Fall/Winter collection release. The items shown here are set to drop September 20th at 15:00UTC which is 2PM Eastern. There’s a mix of re-crafted favorites making a return but there’s also plenty of new items to look through. Returning items including the classic J28-GT, the slightly redesigned P26H-DS, and the J58-WS liner.
Some of the new items that most grabbed my attention was the J16-GT. This is actually a re-engineered FW08 jacket but it’s been done quite a bit of justice being re-vamped with an interesting fit block and detached shoulder pockets. The new J56-S field jacket pictured below is also a welcome addition, mixing traditional ACRONYM elements with elements of vintage field parka detailing. A couple other of my personal favorites are S14-AM silk/cotton crewneck which should be a great layering piece for fall with it’s grid mesh construction. The climashield J-65 vest is a short sleeve piece that looks awesome and should appeal to those in warmer areas who still want layering ability and functionality.
All in all the collection should give hardcore ACRONYM fans more of what they are looking for. If you like the aesthetic and production up to this point there should be something that captures your interest. That being said some of the items may be harder to pull off than others and while prices weren’t listed past history shows everything should fetch a pretty penny. If you’re looking for the J28 , J26 or the J64 I highly recommend you try to cop as soon as possible as I bet those will be immediate sellouts items. That being said with the increased hype over the brand in past collections, don’t expect any items to sit for long especially in smaller sizes.
Look for the items to be available online through stockiest including END, Haven, HBX, Bdga, Hanon Shop, Bureau Belfast, Revive Michigan, Belief Moscow, Idol Brooklyn, Notre Shop, Darkside Initiative, FRWRD, 18 Montrose and Firmament Berlin.
Feel free to comment with your thoughts on the collection and your pieces from it. I’ll be doing a follow-up post when the release goes live.
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ACRNM officially released their Spring/Summer 2017 collection today through their website and many of their official stockists. The release sees the return of familiar staple styles as well as a few brand designs. Among the most exciting items are the J25-WS, a packable A-frame parka with a great full zip hood. The P25-DS are a brand new pocket design that is ultra wide and dropped crotch made from the breathable dry skin material. These are some of the widest pants ACRONYM to date.
Also of note is the return of the J1A with a new zipper and added TEC SYS webbing. I really like the new shoulder block on it as it includes 2 new detached shoulder pockets. The P24-S is also back in a more minimal format. Much of the drop has already sold out on the officiate site. Luckily there are a good selection of other stockists including END, Haven, HBX, Bdga, Hanon Shop, Bureau Belfast, Revive Michigan, Belief Moscow, Notre Shop, Darkside Initiative, FRWRD, 18 Montrose and Firmament Berlin. Check back on this post as I’ll continue to update as more stores put up their selection. Feel free to comment with your thoughts on the collection and your pieces from it.
Photos of these have circulated around blogs and IG for a few months now but finally a release is imminent. Errolson Hugh took to IG today to announce the launch through the ACRNM website which has already sold out. The shoe takes on the familiar Air Force One high and adds a compression strap and a zipper upper sleeve that covers parts of the shoe. The craftsmanship on these looks excellent but clock do cost a fair bit more than a normal Air Force One coming in at 250EUR. If previous releases are any indication expect these to pop up exclusively online through Nike Lab and wholesale accounts.
While there are countless online boutiques serving the latest items from designer brands, it’s harder to find a carefully curated selection of past season items. For most hardcore collectors and enthusiasts, the only solution has been to scour eBay, international auction sites and online marketplaces on forums and Grailed. At the end of 2016, a new online boutique shop emerged called Huiben. The shop had a very focused lineup of designer goods, including some very covetable items ranging from Acronym to vintage Helmut Lang. Also refreshing was the fact that the shop felt so independent and carried both women’s and men’s products. The site is launching plenty of great new items at 2PM PST on Thursday, Jan 12, 2017.
I had a chance to speak with the founders of Huiben and get the inside scoop
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Yesterday say not just the release of the ACRONYM x Nike Presto Mids, but also the unveiling of the collection itself. The German based techwear pioneers present a strong array of pieces for the colder weather months. Outerwear wise two designs really steal the show in my opinion; the J43A-GT and the J53TS-GT. These two designs have all the functionality expected from Acronym outerwear but the feel and fit of the pieces is precise and refined. Other new highlights include the J57TS-SS bomber jacket, the P24A-DS cargo pant.
Acronym continues to build momentum and a worldwide fanbase, but the downside of their growth is that their products are selling faster than ever before. Some items from this season are already sold out on the ACR website. Luckily there are a good selection of other stockists including END, Haven, HBX, Bdga, Hanon Shop, Bureau Belfast, Belief Moscow and Firmament Berlin.
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