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I could probably use some medium flannels, just sayin

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**Edit**

 

Question answered.

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+1 on the supima longsleeves. fit perfect after wash. now if only the heather grey v-neck hadn't of sold out so fast...
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Been wearing my Uniqlo heatech long johns for about two months and have mixed feelings about them. They feel nice and have held up but they are not suited for wearing in cold weather. I assumed they'd be like a thermal/long john/basic layer type mix and would be good for wearing on cold days (< 20F) to keep warn but they suck in that department. Had to order some proper midweight thermals this morning and have them overnight shipped to me given that tomorrows low temp is supposed to be -11F.


Edited by amathew - 12/5/13 at 10:28am
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^ you're wearing them....under something, right?

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post
 

^ you're wearing them....under something, right?

 

lol, yes. under Uniqlo jeans usually.

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Just got my huge shipment of Uniqlo goods, some impressions:

Slim fit suit jacket fits pretty nice right out of the bag, went small and it fits well buttoned and unbuttoned, even w/ a crewneck+shirt underneath.

The flat front pants fit like total shit haha, size 31 is tight in the waist and big everywhere else, dunno why they couldn't have made some slim pants to actually match the jacket. Whatever, will take to the tailor and get the waist opened up and everything else slimmed.

The heattech crewneck (I got one in wine) is really nice, somewhat slim fitting but very stretchy material, warm and soft. Looks good w/ conservative dress attire as well

I got the marled grey sweats in small, and they make my booty look HUGE. Pretty nice quality and fit tho

The heavy gauge cardigans look good and are cool in a slouchy way, but M was too big for me, over half a foot of space between the midpoint of my chest/waist and material when pulled taut.

So about 50/50 success rate, not bad
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Th they make my booty look HUGE.

You say this like it's a bad thing
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Just got my cashmere V-neck and some socks from the Cyber Monday sales. The cashmere is a little thinner than expected, but fits very well and seems to be well made. It has that smart, drapey look of a merino wool sweater rather than a chunky, textured lambswool sweater, which I'm happy about. I bought the light grey color, which turns out to be lighter in person than in the picture, another thing I'm happy about. For 50 bucks it's tremendous value. In comparison I bought a $120 cashmere cardigan from Club Monaco a few months ago, and it doesn't seem to be better in any respect.

 

The only negative thing is that the cashmere feels kind of processed. I'm certainly no expert but it doesn't feel completely like other cashmere, in a way that I can't explain.

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Does anyone want some size M dry packaged tees in various colors? I have eight of them, but they are way too big and I apparently can't return them.

Would sell the whole lot for like $20 just to salvage something out of the order.

I really wish I had read the return policy before ordering. However, Uniqlo should really make it clear that an item isn't returnable on the item page rather than putting "Full return policy" under the price. That just made me think I'd get a standard 30 day return/exchange window, not that I'd (a) be unable to return <$7 items and (b) lose $7 in shipping each way. Very unfriendly policy for the customer. This is my first online Uniqlo order and I will be very wary of doing it again if I'm remotely unsure about sizing.
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you can return <$7 items, you just can't return an item or items that costs less than the amount they need to deduct to cover shipping costs ($7)
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Originally Posted by prozach1576 View Post

Does anyone want some size M dry packaged tees in various colors? I have eight of them, but they are way too big and I apparently can't return them.

Would sell the whole lot for like $20 just to salvage something out of the order.

I really wish I had read the return policy before ordering. However, Uniqlo should really make it clear that an item isn't returnable on the item page rather than putting "Full return policy" under the price. That just made me think I'd get a standard 30 day return/exchange window, not that I'd (a) be unable to return <$7 items and (b) lose $7 in shipping each way. Very unfriendly policy for the customer. This is my first online Uniqlo order and I will be very wary of doing it again if I'm remotely unsure about sizing.

 

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Originally Posted by superego View Post

you can return <$7 items, you just can't return an item or items that costs less than the amount they need to deduct to cover shipping costs ($7)

Yes, and if you have any doubt email customer service. They will help you. I was able to return items from different orders while incurring the $7 charge only once.

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Originally Posted by superego View Post

you can return <$7 items, you just can't return an item or items that costs less than the amount they need to deduct to cover shipping costs ($7)

Oh good, because I was unsure when reading the return policy today, returned like 4 pairs of boxers and a pair of socks and was hoping I wouldn't just be out $30 (also returned another $200 worth of stuff)
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You cannot return under garments i.e. socks, underwear etc.
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You cannot return under garments i.e. socks, underwear etc.

WE'LL JUST SEE WON'T WE
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