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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

I really wonder what their deal is with processing returns. It's being shipped from a state away, so why does it take +2 weeks?

Really crossing my fingers that they process mine before christmas, it's been over 2 weeks now
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

just like nike man it takes 2 weeks to get a refund

toast is bottom heavy now

only jet knows what's up

my wide hips ugh
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Just thought I'll post my 1.5 year old faded S001 denim next to a new pair of the same model. I'm surprised it has faded so much considering it is not raw denim.


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They look good man that's impressive.

On another note ordered an item that was partially paid for w promo code from previous botched order. This order gets marked for shipment thinking cool then tracked it again yesterday seems the parcel got lost in their warehouse and is now sold out uniqlo dropping the ball all over the place.
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my brother had a pair of $40 Levi's that faded amazingly
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most recent lot of uniqlo stuff got here today--less impressive than usual.

heattech knit cap - good quality, but weirdly sized. not quite beanie, and not big enough to wear hipster-esque drapey either. will prob just make do

cashmere-blend gloves - really thin (thought they'd accidentally sent one glove when first looking at the package), and on the small side for a M/L. composition seems to be largely shit too (45% acrylic, 25% wool and 10% cash). nicer than you'd get at target, but def not a great value at $15

sweat/fleece room shows - also disappointing. again, undersized--I wear a size 10-11 and my foot hangs over the edge slightly on the L. upturning toe makes them feel even shorter. would prob just get some target jams rather than these again
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anybody get a $20 code from the smartphone app?
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are uniqlo dress shirts worth the money? or should i look else where? recommendations?
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they're $30 how could they conceivably not be worth the money?
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There's some things it's not good to scrimp on. Like dress shirts.
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^that is how I feel. just wanted to know how uniqlo's dress shirts will hold up after some use.
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

anybody get a $20 code from the smartphone app?

i got a 20 dollar code just now.
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Well IMO Uniqlo dress shirts are probably the best value for money, they have double needle seams and mine are all almost two years old with regular wear and are perfect

The interlinings are nice and light too

I was shocked at how cheap they are for what they are
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Originally Posted by zeezyo View Post

^that is how I feel. just wanted to know how uniqlo's dress shirts will hold up after some use.
i got a 20 dollar code just now.

The $5 code was "UNIQLOAPP" so I assume the $20 one is something that will be the same for everyone just only usable once per-account. If the $20 one is something simple like that cna you post it?
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

The $5 code was "UNIQLOAPP" so I assume the $20 one is something that will be the same for everyone just only usable once per-account. If the $20 one is something simple like that cna you post it?
I got one. Pretty sure they're one use codes as they're the jumbled letter/number type.
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I like my Uniqlo spread collar shirts FWIW

Grew out of the OCBD phase, I don't get the hype
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