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post #1441 of 11542
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Originally Posted by anonymouz View Post

I was pretty surprised that I was actually able to find a gray flannel double breasted jacket in XS today.
Some thoughts:
-very little shirt shows
-it has a single vent (this could be a deal killer - would've definitely preferred double)
-fit was good (I wear XS in the regular line's slim fit jackets)
I'm still deciding if I'm going to keep it.



Don't know about the trousers - small sizes usually run out the quickest. You'll be fine with the shirt though - plenty of shirts are still in stock.

 

 

Are the measurements for your double breasted blazer the same as on the website?
 

 

post #1442 of 11542
anyone doing a proxy? I just want a navy blue corduroy shirt.
post #1443 of 11542
Quote:
Originally Posted by anonymouz View Post

I was pretty surprised that I was actually able to find a gray flannel double breasted jacket in XS today.
Some thoughts:
-very little shirt shows
-it has a single vent (this could be a deal killer - would've definitely preferred double)
-fit was good (I wear XS in the regular line's slim fit jackets)
I'm still deciding if I'm going to keep it.



Don't know about the trousers - small sizes usually run out the quickest. You'll be fine with the shirt though - plenty of shirts are still in stock.


Would you say the measurements on your double breasted blazer are the same as on the Uniqlo website?

 

post #1444 of 11542
Quote:
Originally Posted by anonymouz View Post

I was pretty surprised that I was actually able to find a gray flannel double breasted jacket in XS today.
Some thoughts:
-very little shirt shows
-it has a single vent (this could be a deal killer - would've definitely preferred double)
-fit was good (I wear XS in the regular line's slim fit jackets)
I'm still deciding if I'm going to keep it.



Don't know about the trousers - small sizes usually run out the quickest. You'll be fine with the shirt though - plenty of shirts are still in stock.


Would you say the measurements on the Uniqlo website for the DB jacket are the same as yours?

 

post #1445 of 11542

Jeez, tried quoting about 3 times but it won't let me for some reason. Anonymouz, would you say that the DB jacket measurements on the Uniqlo website are accurate to yours?

post #1446 of 11542
Has anyone copped the +J Premium Down Parka?
post #1447 of 11542
^ Briefly tried one on at the store, but all the down stuff felt rather cheap and flimsy imo so I passed.
post #1448 of 11542

I need some flannel trousers in my life, but the tapered ones look so incredibly slim, and I haven't seen any pics of the regular ones.... I just need some everyday pants that won't look too weird on a 20 year old, advice? Size up tapered, or buy regular and tailor them?

 

Are they even nice in the first place?

post #1449 of 11542
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Originally Posted by Rover! View Post

^ Briefly tried one on at the store, but all the down stuff felt rather cheap and flimsy imo so I passed.

They charge $250 for something cheap...good info, i was about to have my friend to buy one of those for me.icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1450 of 11542
+J has been restocked at http://www.uniqlo.com/uk/ if you need a proxy, send a message!

References: http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk/showthread.php?t=260796
post #1451 of 11542
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Originally Posted by Rover! View Post

^ Briefly tried one on at the store, but all the down stuff felt rather cheap and flimsy imo so I passed.


Really?

 

The wool down parka feels like a quality down parka - not sure if you actually felt it. Considering its 90% down and 10% feather thats not bad considering some retailers charge the same for rubbish polyester-filled jackets and gilets.

 

IMO the down is of superior quality to the offerings in previous seasons, and I've worked at Uniqlo since +J launched.

 

post #1452 of 11542
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Originally Posted by Rover! View Post

^ Briefly tried one on at the store, but all the down stuff felt rather cheap and flimsy imo so I passed.

This guy probably tried on the wrong stuff.

The regular line down jackets/parkas are flimsy and thin. The +J down parkas (which I've tried on) are nice and warm.
post #1453 of 11542
How are the sizing on the +J down parkas from this season? I'm thinking I'm a small at 5'10 135 but I heard some people buying XS outerwear even though they were bigger than me cause the sizing was whack.
post #1454 of 11542
Is the button stance on the +j blazers higher or lower than that on the tasmanian jacket?
post #1455 of 11542
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Originally Posted by savsg View Post




Really?

 

The wool down parka feels like a quality down parka - not sure if you actually felt it. Considering its 90% down and 10% feather thats not bad considering some retailers charge the same for rubbish polyester-filled jackets and gilets.

 

IMO the down is of superior quality to the offerings in previous seasons, and I've worked at Uniqlo since +J launched.

 


Thank you for the info. I also checked out the UK site n those wool down parka are pretty much sold out in S,M,L. So I figure they must be some good quaility otherwise ppl won't jump on them. Or they just haven't restock that specific +J wool down parka yet.

Btw, how's the sale on those wool down parka compare the past seasons down parka?
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