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Anyone in line for the Chicago opener? This shit is ridiculous.
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Anyone in line for the Chicago opener? This shit is ridiculous.
That bad? Not in line, but was maybe going to go by after work.
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Anyone in line for the Chicago opener? This shit is ridiculous.

All openers like this? Was going to check out the new Seattle location in a few weeks. Probably day after though as it's all the way in Bellevue. If the place is going to be picked clean it will change things. 

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That bad? Not in line, but was maybe going to go by after work.


same here, guess i'll go some other day.  don't really want to deal with michigan ave on a friday.

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If anybody is still looking for a Lemaire black shawl collar jacket in M at cost+shipping, PM me asap - otherwise I gotta return mine soon.  I needed an L.  Measurements on site seem correct.

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same here, guess i'll go some other day.  don't really want to deal with michigan ave on a friday.

The line spanned 4 blocks. But I actually got in a half hour after opening. Most of the good Lemaire was picked over so I got some promo socks and undies.
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Anyone got these? Are they really thick compared to the regular?

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/product/men-heattech-extra-warm-long-johns-166316.html#56~/men/heattech/innerwear-bottoms/extra-warm/~

i have both the extra warm and the regular heat tech one.

They're the same thickness, but the difference in warmth is noticeable.

since then I use the extra warm when going out and left the regular one for indoor use (which I may not use anymore since my  new place has a flat rate electricity fee)

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i have both the extra warm and the regular heat tech one.
They're the same thickness, but the difference in warmth is noticeable.
since then I use the extra warm when going out and left the regular one for indoor use (which I may not use anymore since my  new place has a flat rate electricity fee)

Hey thanks for replying. I had thought the extra was thicker in material. So I guess the Acrylic material being higher makes it warmer.

I still have a brand new pair from 2yrs ago which at that time contained 50% Cotton 47% Polyester 3% Spandex.
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Uniqlo cashmere is fine. I like it, anyway. Just obviously don't expect the same quality as higher end cashmere, it still feels significantly different, especially for people who have reaction to wool.

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Uniqlo cashmere is fine. I like it, anyway. Just obviously don't expect the same quality as higher end cashmere, it still feels significantly different, especially for people who have reaction to wool.

It's fine… but extremely overpriced for the quality. I only grab it when on sale.
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Eh I grab most things only on sale. I wouldn't say it's extremely overpriced, compared to other brands. I'd say cashmere things in general are extremely overpriced. Do you know of other brands that have better quality cashmere at same price or similar quality cashmere at lower price at retail?

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Uniqlo cashmere is fine. I like it, anyway. Just obviously don't expect the same quality as higher end cashmere, it still feels significantly different, especially for people who have reaction to wool.

 

for me, i've been avoiding wool because in winter I tend to build up more static electricity than anyone else in the office. wool seems to worsen it.

was wondering if cashmere would reduce that.. other wise its back to thick cotten sweaters.

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never had static problems with cashe myself
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Can anyone comment on the convertible collar coat? Onely one picture on the website, so I'm a bit unsure about it.

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