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post #46 of 157
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Originally Posted by krylon80 View Post
wow, what a shitshow! i'm gonna chalk this up to the holidays being right around the corner and it being a friday afernoon, but that place is completely mental and the staff are so harrowed they can't even think straight and properly help you!

i would suggest avoiding this place until next year if possible, seriously.

omg, i was there last night as well and it was completely bananas. someone like me, who experiences sensory overload quite easily, can't handle it, so i turned around and left as soon as i saw the mob of people upstairs. i usually step into uniqlo about once a week and LOVE the place dearly, but i will definitely be avoiding until after the holidays!
post #47 of 157
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Originally Posted by samejame View Post
omg, i was there last night as well and it was completely bananas. someone like me, who experiences sensory overload quite easily, can't handle it, so i turned around and left as soon as i saw the mob of people upstairs. i usually step into uniqlo about once a week and LOVE the place dearly, but i will definitely be avoiding until after the holidays!

Went there this afternoon. It was INSANE, even WITH the impending blizzard. Yea there wasnt many jap raws left. The lady went on a witch hunt for me and grabbed the last 31x32 in indigo and 31x34 in black (needs hem) and i normally wear a 32x32 and as krylon stated they're a bit snug but wearable. So whats the deal with these wash them first then wear or wear for 6+months then wash?
post #48 of 157
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Originally Posted by fueledbynewjersey View Post
Went there this afternoon. It was INSANE, even WITH the impending blizzard. Yea there wasnt many jap raws left. The lady went on a witch hunt for me and grabbed the last 31x32 in indigo and 31x34 in black (needs hem) and i normally wear a 32x32 and as krylon stated they're a bit snug but wearable. So whats the deal with these wash them first then wear or wear for 6+months then wash?

i would like to know the answer to the wash question as well.
post #49 of 157
as any raw jeans.
post #50 of 157
london regent street had both japan selvedge and standard selvege (49 and 29 gbp iirc) ... both had 30x32, 30x34, 31x32, 31x34, etc sizes if u needed them

i tried the 30s on (standard fit straight) and i could barely pull them through my legs. i mean physically it wouldnt slip on.

i am a 31 waist in levis and their 501s fit me great. didnt have time to try on uniqlo 31s so i left the store -- wasnt in need of denim anyway
post #51 of 157
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post
as any raw jeans.

and that means.....?
post #52 of 157
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Originally Posted by krylon80 View Post
and that means.....?

if only there was a denim thread
post #53 of 157
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
if only there was a denim thread

there most likely is. the question still remains if anyone cares to make themselves useful......
post #54 of 157
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Originally Posted by krylon80 View Post
there most likely is. the question still remains if anyone cares to make themselves useful......


i'm just not gonna watch them for about 6 months then dry clean. Too much work for a pair of jeans. So i've been wearing my 31's for about 2 days and there not super tight anymore stretched to about a 32
post #55 of 157
Can someone direct me toward the S-002's (or comparable cut) on the Japanese Uniqlo page?
post #56 of 157
Picked these UJ's up. This wash was almost completely sold out in 1 day. Snagged a few pairs.

post #57 of 157
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Originally Posted by fueledbynewjersey View Post
So whats the deal with these wash them first then wear or wear for 6+months then wash?

anyone? bueler....?
post #58 of 157
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Originally Posted by krylon80 View Post
there most likely is. the question still remains if anyone cares to make themselves useful......

this is a forum, people don't get paid to serve you
post #59 of 157
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this is a forum, people don't get paid to serve you

pay?! since when do you pay slaves?
post #60 of 157
I would rinse them to get any potential shrinkage out of the way. I don't think you lose anything by rinsing jeans before wearing them. In my experience with Uniqlo they might shrink a little and I don't remember any of them stretching noticeably.
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