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post #11416 of 11709
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Originally Posted by VJAYEYE View Post

No pocket tees online?

The cotton linen tees have pockets.

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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

Can anyone explain the difference between the 3 or 4 different cuts of slim black jeans to me? The descriptions on the website don't help much.

Uniqlo comes up with different links when a new jean is released. So they probably just came out at different times. Materials are the same.
post #11417 of 11709
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/collection/ut-uniqlo-t-shirts/iolani-hawaiian-classics/men/men-ihc-printed-short-sleeve-shirt-132884.html
looking for this orange xs
anyone have any idea how fast they restock?
post #11418 of 11709
Are the premium cotton (with tags) t-shirts being replaced by the supima cotton (tag less)?
post #11419 of 11709
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

Are the premium cotton (with tags) t-shirts being replaced by the supima cotton (tag less)?

Not sure but it looks like it. I prefer the Supimas, they fit me much better even though I have to stretch them out. Once I stretch them out they fit perfect. I hate tight tees.
post #11420 of 11709
so buy a size up
post #11421 of 11709
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

so buy a size up

Too baggy if I size up. Sleeves and length is long. Like I said a little pulling and it's perfect, more perfect than premium. I don't like the premiums anymore because they are baggy on me.

Anyways I have questions guys:

1) What are the chances that Uniqlo will restock on the Henleys short sleeve t-shirts?

2) Was there a recent sale on the chino shorts? What's the lowest it's gone down to? Need to cop two colors but at $29.90 due to their thinness I feel kinda jipped.
post #11422 of 11709
if you're stretching it out then buying a size bigger and washing/drying on hot should be perfect

are you measuring in millimeters?
post #11423 of 11709
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

if you're stretching it out then buying a size bigger and washing/drying on hot should be perfect

are you measuring in millimeters?

No I measure by my arm tattoos. Each tattoo on each arm got a certain area where the sleeve needs to touch.

H&M t-shirts fit me perfect but damn they are long in length, I don't like the drapery look on me.
post #11424 of 11709
^link to H&M tees
post #11425 of 11709
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

^link to H&M tees

http://www.hm.com/us/product/92433?article=92433-C#article=92433-D
Edited by Snoopy - 6/15/14 at 7:54pm
post #11426 of 11709
ah you're one of those ok
post #11427 of 11709

I started doing just that with Uniqlo tees—buy XL and shrink them.

 

I do like the fit of the H&M tees but Uniqlos feels nicer.

post #11428 of 11709
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post


I do like the fit of the H&M tees but Uniqlos feels nicer.

Yeah the quality and the fit of Uniqlo is way better than H&M tee's.
post #11429 of 11709

Anyone know how often Uniqlo switches up their t-shirt runs? Loving the Supima cottons in fit and feel, but not stoked on many of the current colors (and they have fewer colors of v-necks to begin with).

post #11430 of 11709
^
Maybe next year they will throw in some more colors for the Supimas which I prefer over the premiums.
Edited by Snoopy - 6/19/14 at 3:23pm
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