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post #1021 of 14473
Have the contrast grey one. Maybe it was just because it was from Japan, but the body and arms fit extremely short even though I sized up to account for differences in US sizing. Hopefully it's different in this batch; the sweaters were pretty comfy.
post #1022 of 14473
Do you guys take the same size in sweaters/cardigans as you do shirting?

XS in shirts is 20.5 P2P but their cardigans are 18.1. Tighter to account for stretching?
post #1023 of 14473

i usually do

post #1024 of 14473
Same. Knits in general stretch nicely.
post #1025 of 14473
What would be a better long term buy? Broadcloth plaid shirt or a flannel shirt?
post #1026 of 14473
nevermind (10char)
post #1027 of 14473
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Originally Posted by RicPac View Post

What would be a better long term buy? Broadcloth plaid shirt or a flannel shirt?

Broadcloth is much nicer
post #1028 of 14473
does anyone fuck wit the easy care oxfords? how are they compared to normal oxfords? (I guess the oxford selection at the soho store is pretty bad atm).
post #1029 of 14473
i have one that i use for work...the material is more breathable

i wouldn't wear it for casual wear though
post #1030 of 14473
I've tried using the search function to no avail. I'm looking for Uniqlo sizing in Korea. I have a friend who's over there right now who can pick up a bunch of stuff for me, but I'm worried about the difference in sizing from the US & Korea. I usually wear a M for everything (BOO, Gant, etc). Should I size up? I have a pair of jeans I purchased while at the NY store (size 29), do the jeans fit TTS? Thanks to anyone who can help me out here!
post #1031 of 14473
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Originally Posted by kinggimp View Post

I've tried using the search function to no avail. I'm looking for Uniqlo sizing in Korea. I have a friend who's over there right now who can pick up a bunch of stuff for me, but I'm worried about the difference in sizing from the US & Korea. I usually wear a M for everything (BOO, Gant, etc). Should I size up? I have a pair of jeans I purchased while at the NY store (size 29), do the jeans fit TTS? Thanks to anyone who can help me out here!

I'm actually in Korea atm and I bought a bunch of uniqlo stuff a week ago. I'm 5'10, 140lbs, and im a pretty skinny guy with broad shoulders. I fit just right with a size large, but I can also wear M although it gets a bit tight. For jeans, I usually wear 30-32 in Levi's and I bought a 31 skinny tapered from Uniqlo.
post #1032 of 14473
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Originally Posted by Crump's Brother View Post

i have one that i use for work...the material is more breathable

i wouldn't wear it for casual wear though

are they 100% cotton?
post #1033 of 14473
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Originally Posted by kinggimp View Post

I've tried using the search function to no avail. I'm looking for Uniqlo sizing in Korea.


Korea uniqlo's medium is chest 95 cm (aka 37 inches), large is chest 100 cm (aka chest 39 inches). Not unlike Japan, I heard.
Edited by ironduke - 8/8/11 at 2:24am
post #1034 of 14473
Picked up that parka a few pages back and also a black bomber. Good stuff for affordable prices.
post #1035 of 14473
looking for a uk proxy asap. hit me up.
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