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Arc’teryx Veilance Graph Sweater

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

We haven’t mentioned the Veilance line from Arc’teryx in quite some time. Some consider the LEAF line expensive so an entire collection of clothing designed specifically to be sold through high end men’s stores send some folks howling. That is, unless you can afford it. You can see the difference in quality. The deal is, you have to find it to be able to see for yourself.


The are a lot of cool items in the Veilance line but one thing really stuck out for me that we are missing on the LEAF side; a Merino sweater like the Graph. Available in Black, Boron Grey (shown above) and Ordesa Green (shown below), the Graph combines all of the goodness of a Merino garment with TerraTex nylon stretch panels along the yoke and down the arms for abrasion resistance.



Veilance Launches Spring Line

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

The exclusive Arc’teryx urban line, Veilance has just released their Spring 2010 line. Those familiar with the brand will notice a few additions. Two of my favorite products are the Field Jacket LT and Cargo Pant LT. As you should remember from my article on Arc’teryx naming conventions, LT is their designation for lightweight, streamlined variants of their garments. Their combination of hard wearing Arc’teryx quality and design excellence with a high end twist, makes Veilance the perfect alternative for those who need to disappear into the urban jungle.

Veilance Field Jacket LT in CoalVeilance Cargo Pant LT

But don’t just take my word for it, go and see for yourself. veilance.arcteryx.com

Arc’teryx Launches Veilance Today

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Arc’teryx needs no introduction to the readers of Soldier Systems Daily. Their LEAF line has set the standard for technical military wear. Now, they have brought their expertise to a new area; performance menswear. The much anticipated Veilance collection offers a new level of urban camouflage for the armed professional. Finally, the pinnacle of performance is being engineered into garments that will fit in as well on a battlefield as a shopping center. A very limited offering of Arc’teryx Veilance was unveiled in select stores beginning October 1.

Veilance started with the question of why the philosophy of ‘form follows function’ was not a mainstay in clothing worn in the urban environment. Spurred by developments in garment technology, as well as by wide reaching technology based shifts in society and culture at large, the potential for an entirely new type of apparel has evolved. Arc’teryx has applied its expertise in performance design, basing Veilance on aesthetic style, superior quality and extraordinary performance for the urban arena. Technical textiles provide full weather protection and personal comfort. 3D anatomic patterning augments fit and drape and creates a distinguished look. Innovative features and premium components highlight the extraordinary finishing detail. Performing well under a myriad of activities and conditions, social settings, modes of transit, physical exertion levels, interior and exterior climates, the Veilance collection creates protection that is always comfortable and projects an aesthetic of quiet confidence.

Veilance Field JacketVeilance Field Blazer

Designer Conroy Nachtigall, a graduate of Central St. Martens in London, has reinterpreted menswear classics and combined them with state of the art manufacturing techniques and technical materials usually found in outdoor garments, creating this radically innovative menswear collection. The Veilance collection includes a GORE-TEX long coat and field jacket, WINDSTOPPER blazers and pants, fine Merino sweaters, and ingeniously designed dress shirts and tees. Continuing the trajectory established in outdoor and military sectors, the Veilance collection is the company’s entry into inspired clothing for day-to-day urban use. The Veilance collection will be manufactured in Canada in Arc’teryx’s own Vancouver factory and available in a limited offering this October from select premium men’s clothing stores: 290 Square Meters, Amsterdam; The Tannery, Boston; The Glade Firmament, Berlin; International Gallery Beams and Beams House, Tokyo; The Hideout, London, as well as direct from Arc’teryx.

For any of you who still aren’t convinced, check out this great article from Code magazine.

For those of you ready to experience Veilance visit veilance.arcteryx.com

*Note that existing LEAF and Pro customers will not be eligible for discounts.

-Eric Graves