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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post

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.

Can you tell me your shoulder measurements and build. On the fence whether an XS or S will fit me.
post #1697 of 11537
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Originally Posted by IDH View Post

Thanks for the answer. Are the measurements accurate or can sizing vary slightly?

I've found them to be pretty accurate.
post #1698 of 11537
I have broadish shoulders for my size, with a thin waist. My shirts usually measure 17.5"-18" across the shoulders, from what I remember. I take a medium in most Uniqlo shirts (regular fit) and have the sides taken in.

What is your height/weight?
post #1699 of 11537
About the mountain parka, I'm usually an XS in Uniqlo and I went with the same size for the parka. Shoulders are ~16.5"

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Originally Posted by reezy View Post

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

Both are available at the US Uniqlo's.
post #1700 of 11537
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Originally Posted by _yoo View Post

This? Not me, some poster on another forum
Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Nah, this one:

 

http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/070019#colorSelect

post #1701 of 11537
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Originally Posted by anonymouz View Post

About the mountain parka, I'm usually an XS in Uniqlo and I went with the same size for the parka. Shoulders are ~16.5"
Both are available at the US Uniqlo's.

No size bub.
post #1702 of 11537
^ Last time I was at the 5th ave store, they had them in XS
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Originally Posted by _yoo View Post

This? Not me, some poster on another forum
2011-09-16-1433.png

Damn looks hawt.

What size is that? Dude loos like he might be similar build to me.
post #1704 of 11537
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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post

I have broadish shoulders for my size, with a thin waist. My shirts usually measure 17.5"-18" across the shoulders, from what I remember. I take a medium in most Uniqlo shirts (regular fit) and have the sides taken in.
What is your height/weight?

I'm 5'10 135lbs with thin waist too and lean build, very little fat. I saw the measurements on the uniqlo JP site and the size small there (which is XS in american uniqlo) seems the most "right" ... the jp medium which is american small seems to be really quite wide. Or are their measurements just a bit messed up?
post #1705 of 11537

Where do they sell the T-000?  I need a pair of black overdyes proxied to the US in size 33 or 34  


Edited by BlackToothedGrin - 10/22/11 at 10:23am
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Anyone know if the Block Tech Half Coat E has a front zipper, or is it button front only? Pictures only show it done all the way up.
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How do the Skinny fit tapered jeans fit relative to Levis 511? I've heard they fit more like 510 and are very fitted in the thighs. Are the Slim fit straight jeans more like 511?
post #1708 of 11537
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Originally Posted by Jean-Claude VanDamme View Post

How do the Skinny fit tapered jeans fit relative to Levis 511? I've heard they fit more like 510 and are very fitted in the thighs. Are the Slim fit straight jeans more like 511?

I'd say the Slim straight are pretty similar in leg width to 511 but with a slightly lower rise.
post #1709 of 11537
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Originally Posted by Jean-Claude VanDamme View Post

How do the Skinny fit tapered jeans fit relative to Levis 511? I've heard they fit more like 510 and are very fitted in the thighs. Are the Slim fit straight jeans more like 511?

bad picture, but these are the skinny fit tapered on me. ( sized down 1)

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post #1710 of 11537

looks good ^

 

how were you able to pick up a indigo pair? The colors the store had left were ugly.

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