German commandos were some of the most fearsome and tactically sound on Earth, but long banned from doing any actual killing, they've since focused on something equally fierce...fashion consulting! Swathe yourself in their results, with Acronym
Designed in Munich with the regimented attention to detail only zee Germans can deliver, Acronym's a tricked-out outerwear/accessory line that's received the German Special Forces' stamp of approval for their in-house-engineered functional elements and materials. On the apparel front, spring's highlighted by the DS-J5, a waterproof-yet-breathable blazer made of patented DrySkin (w/ zip-up lapels and a magnetized headphone clasp on the collar), and the ultra-light Gore-Tex GT-4L w/ concealed sleeve-interior Gravity Pockets, and built-in shoulder Jacketsling for "high speed jacket removal", for when you really need to have some Gore-Sex. Wrought perhaps even extremer are bags like the eight-pocket, 3A-1 sling w/ adaptive load-bearing straps (in durable Italian Limonata fabric), and the spacious-yet-streamlined 3A-7TS messenger back pack (w/ removable internal liner, back-pad, and laptop sleeve), field-tested on the backs of Berlin's bike couriers -- because everyone knows Munich's bike couriers are a bunch of wüssies
Rounding out the line're a couple of pairs of equally tech'd up, loose-fitting trousers, like the 10-pocket P5TS-S in high-density cotton, plus a small solar panel that'll affix to your bag and charge up your cellie/iPod batteries -- making you look so geeky, you'll have to pray that anyone you run into is also banned from doing any actual killing.