Yes, but it has a stupid markup because it presents itself as a 'Technical Apparel' brand. I can guarantee you that a $500 Arc'teryx jacket will perform better on a 'technical' level than a $1200 Acronym jacket. Arc has a lifetime guarantee too. MEC, Marmot, H/H, TNF all have better offerings than Acronym for both performance and price. No one's scaling a mountain rocking Acronym. No one's running a marathon in Acronym. It's strictly a hypebeast/rich person thing.
Acronym uses tech fabrics lol............
im not exactly sure what this is but it sounds goodBasically anything that keeps you dry, warm, cool. All sportswear brands have patented fabrics. I find Nike to have the most options. However I wear LightningDry(NB) and ClimaCool(Adidas) too.
And fuck outta hear with that Acronym shit, I said tech fabrics, not tech apparel. Strictly NSW/Combat and Gore-Tex Arc'teryx/TNF.
Although, I do see the fact that brands like Acronym exist reinforcing my prediction of tech fabrics becoming the BIG trend. Techs-tiles will be to the 2000s as denim was to the 1900s.
Tech clothing is still a long ways from becoming a mainstream thing in terms of fashion. People will wear it in cities that rain a lot (like where I'm from), but not necessarily from a fashion standpoint, more so because of functionality.
In fact we might think that the future would have us wearing "tech" clothing but who knows. They probably thought that in the 1950s and and 65 years later we still have people trying to dress classic Americana, 70s backpacker or 90s neo grunge. In 1950 I doubt anyone was tryna dress like some indian or pilgrim.
Until cities have tons of "futuristic" buildings I doubt dressing full on tech gear will become a trend, especially in a city like Los Angeles for example. A huge factor in fashion is environment. So unless buildings start looking like the Jetson's all over the place, changes won't be that drastic.
Let's look at Google glass. If more people were able to get their hands on one and they weren't so expensive similar to how most people in first world countries have smartphones, I doubt many people would be wearing that around thinking it's fashionable. Right now they might since it's very expensive and exclusive.
I think we are a ways from this becoming mainstream:
AT LEAST 30 years IMO... in fact it might never become like that. 30 years maybe to develop it as a "subculture" and have select few people dress like that and it not be completely weird