I just received the Wool Duffle Coat and the fit is pretty good. Granted, I ordered a small navy PEA coat and I got a small navy DUFFLE coat....other than that mess up, I think it is def. a better value than J. Crew. Now to decide if I keep the Duffle or get the pea coat!!! Decisions....
Do you guys know if they ship to canada by chance?
Does anyone know how the sizing/quality of the peacoat? I was thinking about ordering one in black, not sure if I should go with small/medium though. Im in between sizes depending on the brand, about 5'9 150lb so I'm not sure which to get.
^ Just read the whole thread, you'll find a few tips
Originally Posted by Matt44
Just sharing my recent experience with online ordering from Uniqlo. Actually, it started out online, then turned into a phone order. Either way, it's a crazy experience dealing with these people . . . For anyone not in NYC, here are a few tips: don't start with the email approach, call first. And don't call the toll-free number. Call the Soho store directly, then ask to be connected with 'customer orders'. The guy in customer orders is named Roger - he's very cool, but seems swamped all the time. In addition to calling, you should also send an email with links to the items you want (that is, links to each item on the Uniqlo site). I finally got the shirts I wanted, and Roger's a helpful guy when you can reach him. But the whole process requires Zen-level patience. Good luck to anyone brave enough!
the first one is made in China, the second is made in Japan and has better feeling denim(a bit thicker). My friend bought the made in china ones for me in Japan since he didn't really know and they were worth the $30 but I wouldn't pay that much more for them.
er, yeah i forgot to say i don't care about the selvedge part as long as they're T000s, black, and unwashed
The last time I was at an Uniqlo the only black denim they had were the washed ones. The wash doesn't look too bad though, there's almost no distressing except some creases below the pockets which can probably be ironed out.
Would you guys say their lambswool sweaters are worth the trouble that a phone order would probably mean? Prices are good and design's pretty basic (which is what I want) but I don't want to put so much effort into a sweater that's flimsy or is gonna pill like shit.