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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Not weird i have something like 15 pairs of the skinny tapered denim now

For real though what are you going to do with 15 pairs

Even if you wear them out at the rate of 1 pair/year (which would be fast) they'll last you until 2031?

Will we still even be wearing pants in 2031?
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The new stretch selvedge is a lot like the old T000s, sizing is diff though. I wore a 31 in T000s and a 33 in the new selvedge stuff.
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

For real though what are you going to do with 15 pairs

Even if you wear them out at the rate of 1 pair/year (which would be fast) they'll last you until 2031?

Will we still even be wearing pants in 2031?

They're all different fabrics and different shades of blue grey and black they all get worn
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Damn Uniqlo shipping really slow now? Use to be 2-3 days. Fedex showing 5 days.
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It's always been really slow for us west coasters.  I believe they ship out somewhere pretty far east.  New Jersey or something like that.

 

It's always 1-2 days before it ships and then a solid 5 business days.  So, if you order on like Wednesday, and it ships like on Friday.  Then you might not see it in 7 days, so Friday if you're lucky and then prob even the following Monday.

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I think they used USPS when they first opened up so the shipping time was faster. Fedex and UPS always take 5 business days minimum to deliver for standard shipping. Even if I order something locally they will just hold it in their warehouse for 5 business days before delivering. Those dickheads took 3 weeks to deliver something that was ordered the week before Christmas.
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They've always used fedex but the final delivery to your house is done by usps.
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Anyone that has handled the new(?) cable crew neck sweater?

Surprisingly hard to find actually white and not off-white knits on a budget, and this looks pretty good

 

Also sorta tempted to pick this up on sale, to wear layered with like techy stuff, fits tts/slim?

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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

They've always used fedex but the final delivery to your house is done by usps.

How ever it is they do it… they fuck it up about 50% of the time. Has resulted in more than a few free items and online discount codes though. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post
 

Anyone that has handled the new(?) cable crew neck sweater?

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Surprisingly hard to find actually white and not off-white knits on a budget, and this looks pretty good

I have it and really like it. Warm and substantial. Get's a lot more wear than my wool sweaters, got usual size. 

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Originally Posted by phosej View Post

I really have grown to love my ultra light down jacket (I have the black, long sleeve, no hood version). The fit is nice and slim, it's great to wear alone or to layer with, it's got a lot of pockets, and it's light and compact-able. Only problem is, the materials are cheap as hell. Can anyone recommend a more "baller" alternative? Thanks in advance
nothing beats montbell. Incredibly warm, great compatability, perfect layering and best price point.
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Holy.

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From what I gather, the "MTM" jacket is based on their S110's "Premium Wool" RTW offerings.

 

Regular Fit Stretch Wool Jacket in S110's "Premium Wool": http://www.uniqlo.com/jp/store/goods/163528

Regular Fit Stretch Wool Flat Front Pants in S110's "Premium Wool": http://www.uniqlo.com/jp/store/goods/163908

 

Slim Fit Stretch Wool Jacket in S110's "Premium Wool": http://www.uniqlo.com/jp/store/goods/163529

Slim Fit Stretch Wool Flat Front Pants in S110's "Premium Wool": http://www.uniqlo.com/jp/store/goods/163909

 

When you look at them together, it's a fused S110's suit for US $160 (priced the same as the non-S110's variants in Japan!). Apart from the fit differences, the Regular jacket seems to have slightly wider lapels than the Slim. The Regular pants have a slightly higher rise (1cm more on an 82cm waist).

 

If my memory serves me correctly, this release will be the second time where a Uniqlo mainline (so not including +J and the like) suit jacket and pants will be marketed to have nicer fabric. Hopefully these will turn out better than the Tasmanian Wool Blend Jacket and Flat Front Pants. Decent cloth but awful construction.

 

Uniqlo has a handful of decent blazers under their Wool Blended Comfort Jacket product offerings. The Herringbone in 08 Dark Grey and Tweed in 37 Brown are both quite nice. They also have one cutaway and a couple of spread collar shirts dotted around the Japanese site. Interestingly enough, +J jackets, pants and shirts continue to be sold in Japan with lots of sizes and stock available.


Edited by adelaidesky - 1/13/16 at 2:03am
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Hey guys. Anyone have the lowdown on these current 'slim fit chino flat front pants'? I'm a size 32, in quick need of some cheap pants, hem 7-7.25", that would look sleek, but also suitable for teaching in a high school or college environment.

Can anyone confirm that these would fit the bill, or fit TTS, etc? Also, 34 length seems to be the only option? Yes? No? What's happening, why!

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/product/men-slim-fit-chino-flat-front-pants-163902.html#55~/men/pants-and-chinos/chinos/slim-fit/~

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/product/men-slim-fit-chino-flat-front-pants-146140.html#32~/men/pants-and-chinos/chinos/slim-fit/~

I just lost all my beloved wings + horns pants in a move, and have zero time to research this. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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