Hello all, my name is Daman Tenk, and this will be my first Second Life fashion review. As my first review pick I chose a set called Army Tank Boy, by June Dion of Bare Rose. Just in case you never heard of it before, Bare Rose is a store that offers clothing for both men and women, divided in many categories. Most outfits are for sale at very reasonable prices, especially considering the quality of Juneâ€™s work.
This outfit is available in the menâ€™s casual section for 130 L$ and comes with pants, skirt layer belts, three jacket layer tank tops, one shirt layer tank top, several prim pockets, and a bullet necklace for the finishing touch. The outfit is set as modify/no copy/transfer.
The fabric textures of the tank tops and the pants have a slightly grainy look, which in my opinion makes them appear closer to life-like heavy duty fabric. The camo pattern on the pants seems pretty well done also. I like how she used bigger spots than most Second Life camo outfits. I don’t exactly enjoy the stretching on the skirt layer, but overall this doesn’t detract from the quality of the outfit.
The prim parts on the pants require minimum adjustment to fit nearly any human shape due to their construction. The straps you can see on the side pockets are flexi, and have very nice settings in my opinion. They donâ€™t flip around as loosely as what Iâ€™m used to from clothing in Second Life, but this fits my real life experiences with heavy duty military fabrics. After all I canâ€™t imagine these pants being made from silk.
In the second picture I tucked up the pants so theyâ€™d go better with my Sparrow black boots from Brogear and removed the skirt layer. The gloves Iâ€™m wearing in the pictures are the Shadow Godfists from GearShift.
If you ever wish to dress up as an army lad, I believe youâ€™ll be hard pressed to find a better outfit in this price range.
The outfit can be found in the men’s department of Bare Rose Tokyo.