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post #10141 of 12266

Those heattech fleece mock neck things are super.  Picked up a navy and yellow - the yellow is a great colour.  Fleece'y texture is quite unusual for that kind of layer.  

 

Fleece jacket isn't bad either.  


Edited by rublev - 11/9/13 at 3:22am
post #10142 of 12266
Ordered:

2 x lambswool cardigan in navy and green (blue & natural sold out in size small damn. not sure on the khaki so forget it)
1 x blended jacket with matching suit

Realized its almost mid Nov and I need a suit for early Dec. With alteration times, I really don't have time ordering and trying new suits + alteration time. I already know my Uniqlo size, too. I have gone full circles now and I ain't even mad.

Work beater stuff.
post #10143 of 12266
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Originally Posted by BeeBoying View Post

My Heattech stuff has finally arrived in the mail today and I have a couple questions:
1. What exactly is in the "heattech" stuff that makes this thing warm, the acrylic or their advertised "milk protein" (which I find hard to believe)?
2. Whats the antibacterial agent? Wouldn't it wash away?
3. Is uniqlo supposed to be boxy? Shoulders fit a bit slim for me, but my HT fleece sweater seems to be a bit boxy/baggy while the LS shirt seems to skim along my torso.
4. Can you pair fleece sweater with flannel shirt?
5. How do you make this thing warm? I'm sitting here typing and I feel like my regular cotton T and hoodie do a better job keeping me warm.

Magic
post #10144 of 12266
Got three flannels in the mail - one plaid, two patchwork. Material is very soft. Medium flannels fit slimmer than my medium regular-fit oxfords, but not as slim as medium slim-fit oxfords.

Patchwork flannels look fantastic. I got the red/blue jet posted and this olive one.
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-flannel-checked-long-sleeve-shirt/078825003-56-006

I don't know if I can pull them off, but they look so good I'm going to try.
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post #10146 of 12266
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

fedex du pulled up a little while ago so took a quick and dirty snap of one of the flannels (always looks larger in my shots)

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fits a little snug in the armpit with this oversize tee on, would prob floss with thermal underneath, a bit snug throughout the arm, length is good, shoulders almost too perfect, would prefer collar points to be longer, fabric feels impressive for 29 bux, don't like the buttons

overall recc'ed by me

if i made flannels they would slightly more antifit through shoulder and sleeve but not baggy and shorter sleeves

too bad it's 85 today or i'd be wearing one of them, patterns are great

Which flannel is this exactly.

post #10147 of 12266
Was pretty excited to go to the SF Uniqlo store today, tried on an outrageous amount of clothes to my friends' chagrin. Sadly the flannels fit way too tight in the arm, and the armholes cut too high. Same with the oxfords. Ended up just buying some heattech items, very impressed with them. Blazers and suits work good for a young guy needing some formal clothes. Definitely ordering more heat tech stuff in future.
post #10148 of 12266
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

Can anyone help me work out the leg opening on the slim fit straight colour denim? Is it a tapered cut?

I have the slim fit straight black jeans in size 31 and the leg opening is about 7.5"
post #10149 of 12266
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post


I have the slim fit straight black jeans in size 31 and the leg opening is about 7.5"

 

Do they taper from the knee slightly or are they completely straight?

post #10150 of 12266
Fun fact: many "slim-straight" jeans taper slightly from the knee to avoid looking bootcut (see: 3sixteen SL cut). The MiJ grey ones I have from a while ago definitely taper to maybe a little north of 7" on size 29.
post #10151 of 12266

dunno how heattech works, but it does. and plus, those new gigantic shorts steteco things are reeeeeeeeediculously comfy.  bought 2, thinking of getting more

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Thanks, kopped for 20 bucks :)

post #10154 of 12266
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Originally Posted by Big Pun View Post

Was pretty excited to go to the SF Uniqlo store today, tried on an outrageous amount of clothes to my friends' chagrin. Sadly the flannels fit way too tight in the arm, and the armholes cut too high. Same with the oxfords. Ended up just buying some heattech items, very impressed with them. Blazers and suits work good for a young guy needing some formal clothes. Definitely ordering more heat tech stuff in future.

How does the heat teach stuff run? 

 

I'm looking at getting a long sleeve shirt and long johns. Does anyone know what size I should go with for a 41" chest, and a 35" waist.

post #10155 of 12266
Look at the measurement charts remember if you intend to wear it under clothes you want a tight fit. Longjohns you definitely want it to be tight the shirts you could go true to size.
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