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Originally Posted by sepp View Post

Not too sure about Hong Kong and U.S. but those I tried and bought in Singapore, Tokyo and Seoul have the same fit for basics.

That was my experience as well. I do wonder if they'll start making fits looser for the US market as they continue their expansion.

Also, I'm not sure about the other Asian countries but I know for Japan the tagged size is one size larger than the US counterpart, ie. US Small = Japanese Medium.
post #13727 of 14480
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Originally Posted by innerstyle View Post

That was my experience as well. I do wonder if they'll start making fits looser for the US market as they continue their expansion.

Also, I'm not sure about the other Asian countries but I know for Japan the tagged size is one size larger than the US counterpart, ie. US Small = Japanese Medium.

I would agree with that last part and have found the same while living in Taiwan… they tend to be smaller generally.
post #13728 of 14480
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Originally Posted by innerstyle View Post


That was my experience as well. I do wonder if they'll start making fits looser for the US market as they continue their expansion.

Also, I'm not sure about the other Asian countries but I know for Japan the tagged size is one size larger than the US counterpart, ie. US Small = Japanese Medium.


They already have.  A lot of their xs shirts (or at least oxfords & flannels) measure larger than they did a year or two ago.

post #13729 of 14480
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Originally Posted by flowcharts View Post


They already have.  A lot of their xs shirts (or at least oxfords & flannels) measure larger than they did a year or two ago.

I'm wondering though if that's just the case for the US's sold clothes. Before it was the same clothing world wide just different labels for that particular country's language and sizing system.
post #13730 of 14480

Anyone willing to proxy a mock neck in off white size M? No restocks on the EU website unfortunately.

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if you're willing to pay the EU price plus shipping via paypal, I'll proxy from Japan.

post #13732 of 14480

Is there a proper way to know which Shirt cut is which?

 

I have some with the red line in the back and some without.

post #13733 of 14480
i'm wondering if the australian uniqlos are receiving a mixture of both US/UK and JP sized stock - i have a bunch of striped supima tees which fit more than a size smaller than the plain coloured (non-striped) equivalent, even though the online measurements are the same. has anyone else experienced this?
post #13734 of 14480
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Originally Posted by wsj1994 View Post
 

Is there a proper way to know which Shirt cut is which?

 

I have some with the red line in the back and some without.


Look for the 6-digit SKU on the care tag (or price tag if you are in the store).

 

SKU 153320 is the fall/winter 2015 version that fit looser than previous OCBDs. There is a new SKU 164167 for spring/summer 2016 which does not have the grosgrain band underneath the collar.

 

SKU 133508 is the one to get if you want slim fit. 


Edited by Takster - 12/18/15 at 8:20pm
post #13735 of 14480
Don't hear it talked about much but I quite like the fleece lined chinos.
post #13736 of 14480
Busted out the heattech long johns for the first time and they don't do shit to keep you warm like normal waffle thermals. May have actually been colder with these on.

If they didn't feel so good on my ass and balls I'd have thrown them in the garbage.
post #13737 of 14480
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Busted out the heattech long johns for the first time and they don't do shit to keep you warm like normal waffle thermals. May have actually been colder with these on.

If they didn't feel so good on my ass and balls I'd have thrown them in the garbage

 

I have both the regular heattech long johns and the extra warm one.

the regular one, I agree, it doesnt do much.

 

the extra warm ones are definitely warmer.

post #13738 of 14480
lol Jet's right. I actually feel colder wearing them if I'm just sitting around. Keep you decently warm once you're active, but it expels heat when you're not.
post #13739 of 14480
Wonder if it has anything to do with the climate you are in.
post #13740 of 14480
The extra warm ones are ok.
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