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post #11311 of 12299
What size?
post #11312 of 12299
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Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post


The Supimas are also tagless which is a great thing.
 

 

x2

 

Ended up getting about 10 supima tees (ls and ss) for the summer. They're so light that I may just use them as undershirts when winter comes around.

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x2

 

Ended up getting about 10 supima tees (ls and ss) for the summer. They're so light that I may just use them as undershirts when winter comes around.

 

Just bought 4 and they are dope. All the colors are perfect too IMO. Going to order an extra shirt in every color i think. I'm slim and 5'11 and medium is like a perfect fit for me if anyone is wondering about sizing. 

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Oh wow supima shirts on sale? Shiieeet

post #11315 of 12299
Thoughts on the chino shorts?
post #11316 of 12299

They're fine, but the linen shorts are nicer.

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Anyone realized they have seamless undershirts? Saw it in one of their stores, a little thin but the gray doesn't show your nipples so there's that. Might work as a t shirt. 

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/men/innerwear-and-loungewear/undershirts/supima-cotton/men-supima-cotton-rib-t-shirt-2p-short-sleeve-087551.html#00

post #11318 of 12299
You can add me to the chorus of people saying how good the legging jeans are. Picked up gray, 68 blue, and khaki colorways. Can def. recommend the gray and khaki ones, the khakis are fantastic, actually. The blue ones....eh. They look somewhere between over-dyed denim and dark navy pants, not sure if I'll end up wearing them.

Fit is great, nice and slim, and they are all incredibly comfortable.

On a side note I really wish they would make compression shorts out of their airism material.
post #11319 of 12299
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Thoughts on the chino shorts?

Light, very light, flimsy but comfy but way over priced at $29.90. They should be targeted at $14.90
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I really love their dry packaged t-shirts, but they're on promo right now and everything's out of stock. Will these be restocked or am I going to have to survive on Premium/Suprima? 

post #11321 of 12299
Looking for the same waffle knit blazer that was posted here a while back. Chances are uniqlo doesn't have this anymore? Is there anything similar?
post #11322 of 12299
Those are great but I don't think they've carried them since last year
post #11323 of 12299
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Originally Posted by nevergreen View Post
 

does anyone know the hem measurement of their straight leg jeans? they have a light wash pair that i'm looking at but they don't have it in a slimmer and don't list the hem width model http://www.uniqlo.com/us/men/featured/king-of-prussia-opening-promotions/jeans/men-regular-fit-straight-jeans-086393.html#63

 

I'll tell you in a few days when they arrive.


Edited by ChetB - 5/18/14 at 6:52pm
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Thoughts on the chino shorts?
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Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post

Light, very light, flimsy but comfy but way over priced at $29.90. They should be targeted at $14.90

+1.

I picked up a couple of pairs and they feel nice and are very comfy, but the fabric is light. It isn't the sort of thick, quite beefy chino fabric that will last for years and fade and get softer and softer after each wash, as Land's End chino shorts usually do. Instead, it's the sort of thinner cotton fabric that will probably be worn out after a season or so.
post #11325 of 12299
Question about these leggings jeans...do they keep stretching in the waist? or does it always return to roughly the same size. Trying to figure out how to size them.
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