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post #1681 of 12282
Just putting in a good word for the NYC proxy service from "bik2101" -- very prompt, good fee, great packaging, and even sent a pic of my items before shipping. He was also cool with my small order of only two items.

About those items: the cashmere v-neck and the $9.90 jeans. The cashmere is okay quality (didn't notice a smell), what you'd expect for the price. But the sizing seems bigger than previous years, maybe for the US market? And the jeans aren't that bad. My jean standards are probably low, but I wish I grabbed a second pair.
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Offering proxy service in NY & have already spoken to several members here. PM for details, cheers.
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are they opening canadian stores anytime soon?
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I have been searching and cannot find any measurements for the wool trousers listed on the uniqlo website, particularly the leg opening for a size 32. I was wondering if anyone could comment on the fit? For reference I have gotten comments from my boss about size 32 Mabitex (~7.5 leg opening) being too slim. Thanks

These are the pants I'm referencing http://www.uniqlo.com/us/CSaDisp/category1=MEN&category3=Slacks
post #1685 of 12282
The UK site gives measurements for the particular clothing items. They also have a web store. The US store does not.
post #1686 of 12282
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Originally Posted by brownbanana View Post

Offering proxy service in NY & have already spoken to several members here. PM for details, cheers.

I can vouch for this guy, had a good experience with the proxy. He picked up the items on Friday, mailed out Saturday and got them Monday. Great communication and easy to work with
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Click on size chart for each item you want. They give you measurements on the Uniqlo UK site.
+J uses better material and the construction is better. How much better or being worth it is objective. Some regular line items look and feel cheap while others do not.

Thanks for the answer. Are the measurements accurate or can sizing vary slightly?
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Anyone know what the quality is like on the Uni J+ peacoat and price tag?
post #1689 of 12282
+J peacoat is nice, real horn buttons and fabric is okay. gray and black looks the best. may be a little boxy for some ppl. $250. size one down from your normal coats

uk, jp, kr people -

thoughts on the +J fishtail parka - worth what they're charging?
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Anyone know where I can find these two items in XS?

http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/069593#colorSelect

http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/069907#colorSelect
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Looking for some sizing advice on the regular line Mountain Parka. Anyone have one of these?
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Does anyone have fitpics of the premium reversible down jacket?

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This? Not me, some poster on another forum
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Are any uniqlo jeans raw? I got some s001 indigo and it says the dye may rub off, but they dont feel like raws, and i didnt size them as such.
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

Looking for some sizing advice on the regular line Mountain Parka. Anyone have one of these?
I am 5'10", 145 lbs. The small is quite trim on me; I couldn't wear it over a thick sweater. The medium is roomier, but still looks fine with the waist cinched. I own the latter in black, and it is my go-to fall layering piece.
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