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you can return in store
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any news on other new collaborations?

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dudes what button down dress shirt would fit me best? the last time i bought a shirt at Uniqlo was about 2+ years ago. it is a size "large" with a button down collar and fits great but i can't recall if i had it tailored or not.

anyway, i am 5'11, 195lbs. 42" chest, 16.5" neck, 35" sleeve.

will anything fit me decent OTR?
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Anyone have a pair of stretch selvedge got a LO measurement?
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Originally Posted by Renalan View Post

Anyone have a pair of stretch selvedge got a LO measurement?

 

 

I have the slim stretch selvedge in color Blue 64, size 30, and the LO is right at 7" 

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Are the current wool suit jacket/pants on the US site still pretty good? Or are there better alternatives in the price range?

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Uniqlo underwear selection online is very poor. Surprised they not carrying Airism Low Rise.

But take a look at this garbage: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/product/men-seamless-boxer-briefs-146061.html#reviews

WTF?!? Who are these underwear aimed for? These underwear look like they can make a man sterile.

The reviews say no pouch, which sounds awful. That said, bikini briefs are nice and I'm wearing them more and more. Best underwear to wear if you do anything athletic IMO.
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How's quality on the outerwear? Looking at a chesterfield 

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Thin fabric, would avoid their wool outerwear.
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The reviews say no pouch, which sounds awful. That said, bikini briefs are nice and I'm wearing them more and more. Best underwear to wear if you do anything athletic IMO.

Awful indeed. I tried the Supima boxer briefs but they are too warm and too thick. So far I find the best underwear to be Airism.

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i decided to try one of their "soft touch" long sleeves cus i heard good things bout uniqlo.

the shirt shrunk ridiculously in the wash, the sleeves were fine but the middle lost like 5 inches, also the shirt feels really weird, like they tried to artificially make it extra soft, but i have to hand it to them - uniqlo is the first company i have seen that can take a cotton shirt and make it feel like rough wool.


Looks like I'm gonna stay a part of the J. Crew crew.

They are too warm for my tastes, too thick. I sweat too much in them. They should make them lighter and add cuffs to the sleeves.
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How's quality on the outerwear? Looking at a chesterfield 

I had it.. its not that warm.

I'd generally avoid Uniqlo's outerwear unless its one of their special collections like J plus or the Lemaire ones.

The Lemaire x Uniqlo outerwear has much higher wool content and is very warm.

 

I live in Japan and generally my system has been. United Arrows or beams for outerwear (especially coats and jackets), and Uniqlo for everything else.  sometimes HM for cheap trendy stuff that i know will be out in a year or 2

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Anyone have a feel for how warm the seamless down jacket or any similar past iterations are? I know look/feel can be deceiving with lower quality down but I've heard good things about the ultra lite and this feels much more substantial. Also not a bad looking jacket and fit for a puffer.
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I think uniqlos new business practice is to make clothes that shrink two sizes to keep people guessing at their size.
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I was eyeing that camel chesterfield, too. That's not really a style of coat that's generally meant to be all that warm, anyway, is it?

Anyway, bought a few of the flannels on sale; feel nice, and the fit is mostly good. I could stand for the upper arms to be a bit bigger, since it's a pretty close fit on me in that area as they are.
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Any particular preference between the slim chinos vs the regular vintage cut?
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