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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Any Uniqlo slim fit twill pants in SF?

Not sure didn't pay too much attention. A distinct lack of anything UU though.

I'll be in the city Friday if I have time I'll take a look.
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Thinking about dropping by too that day or Sat. but only if they are carrying them =\

FWIW I believe the slim fit twill jeans are F/W not S/S. Will probably restock as the online are starting to slim in size offerings
Edited by gettoasty - 10/12/12 at 1:58am
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I've never bought from Uniqlo before, so should I stay true to size for their flannels or size up one? thanks in advance.

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Definitely do not size up one. Down one if anything
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How good is heattech? DC weather here- asking how much layers I would possibly need after a l/s heattech tee

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The Heattech socks are garbage. They caused me blisters and absorb sweat and stay damp.

So I purchased Darn Tough socks and they stay dry, warm and no sweat..and I payed $10 a pair, cheaper than the Uniqlo garbage heattech bullshit.
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Oh I see, I was gonna suggest you buy Smart Wool socks or something similar, but I checked out the Darn Tough and they seemed to be wool. I have wool socks already ;), I was wondering more about the tees.

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Definitely do not size up one. Down one if anything

+1
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Tried on the down parka today that y'all had been talking about. Definitely SUPER warm, but I had thought it'd be... sleeker? It's definitely still puffy because the lining of the parka is down. The jacket is very minimal in details except for two pockets and a cinch waist. I tried on a S, 150lbs and 5'9 and I felt like I could size down but sadly, there were no XS for me to try on.
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So hows the uu wool blended jacket? missed out on the easy jacket in the s/s...might get one of these now that they're on sale.
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its pretty cool actually, can't remember what size i tried on but sleeves are a bit long and it's just like the easy, probably like it a little more
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

its pretty cool actually, can't remember what size i tried on but sleeves are a bit long and it's just like the easy, probably like it a little more

Cool, thanks. Pretty much all I needed to hear to grab one.
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now that i think harder i think i tried a m or was it a l? lol (uk site has measurements anyway) and it's pretty thin, fuck i can't even remember but i'm going to get the padded lite jacket the M fit me like a glove
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do i need a receipt to do the free tailoring? bout some trousers a month or so ago, have no idea where the receipt is, but want to get them hemmed. still doable?
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yo if the webstore allows you to get free alterations (say, get pants hemmed to x" inseam before they ship them to you) that would be fucking amazing.


also, i wish they had flannel jackets/pants this season.
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