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post #6046 of 12530
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Originally Posted by jsoo24 View Post

im looking at the corduroy blazers. Stuck between a Small and a Medium? What are your measurements if you dont mind?

In another example of Uniqlo doing it right, they provide detailed measurements for every garment.

post #6047 of 12530
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

ITT we learn that Transient is a fatass.

Chest too tight in Uniqlo, get called fat by SF. I know you guys are being facetious but I do fine in most brands' small. I'll try some other stuff because I really want a gray cashmere but I hope they continue to fine tune their fits for North American market.
post #6048 of 12530
so get a bigger size or shop somewhere else. fuck
post #6049 of 12530
couple of thoughts on this yr's regular peacoat jacket...

fabric and construction on this year's peacoat feels like shit.. the jacket is light as hell and overall feels flimsy, unlike the ones they had in previous years. On the other thought, the "navy" version is really navy this year (as opposed to 'reaaaaaaaaaaaaaallly dark blue that's indistinguishable to black one on natural light)
post #6050 of 12530
put my order through around 11AM yesterday

it was delivered early this afternoon...and i received my shipping confirmation email about anhour and a half after delivery

got everything i ordered despite items stating they're low in stock
post #6051 of 12530

Pretty sure they have a real time inventory system, so if you can check it out, it's still there.  

 

Low stock would just be notification that they only have like 200 left in the warehouse and not like 1,000 lol.

post #6052 of 12530
Has anybody purchased some flannel shirts this year? The webstore says they are 'lighter' then previous years, and I hate light/flimsy flannel shirts. Looking to pick some up for camping/outdoorsy stuff and the price is certainly right ($19.90 right now), but I don't have a store anywhere nearby to check them out.
post #6053 of 12530

I have one, it's OK, it's not flimsy, but not heavy duty.  It's sort of "light" as described lol.  

 

But seriously, only $19, are there any left not XXL?

post #6054 of 12530
^^^Damn, well I won't bother then. I hate lightweight shirts (I pretty much exclusively wear heavy-ish flannel shirts or oxfords), especially if they're flannel/work shirts.

And yea, I scoped out their new webstore last night and it looks like all sizes in the flannels are there (for the most part). Too bad, they've got some nice colours and I'm sure the fit is decent.
post #6055 of 12530
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Originally Posted by Crump's Brother View Post

put my order through around 11AM yesterday
it was delivered early this afternoon...and i received my shipping confirmation email about anhour and a half after delivery
got everything i ordered despite items stating they're low in stock

damn dawg you live next door to their shipping dept?
post #6056 of 12530
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

I gotta say, I'm pretty impressed that they have next-day shipping, or at least that it worked out that way for me, particularly on the first day the web store was open. I ordered yesterday, and FedEx dropped it off a couple of minutes ago.
I ordered:
- Comfort jacket, navy, size medium: I am disappoint. Fabric isn't very impressive, and it fits pretty boxy. Armholes are cut pretty low. Button stance is really high.
- Comfort jacket, brown, size small: Much better fit, but still not a keeper. The body fits way better, but the armholes are still cut way too low and the chest is too wide for the cut of the rest of the jacket. Even though the button stance is stupid-high, it looks ok with both buttons buttoned. Still sending back on account of the armholes.
- MiJ slim straight jeans, grey, 29 x 34: I'm surprised. I was sure I was going to send these back (I really don't need another pair of jeans), but I like these enough that I think I'm going to keep them. Also, I don't really have a pair of grey jeans, so I can sort of justify it. And I don't have anything with this crazy blue selvage line, so that makes it ok too, right?
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Anyway, sizing down one (i'm a true 30) makes them slightly challenging but definitely not impossible to button. You could go TTs if you want a slouchier fit and/or you're only going to wear them occasionally, but I wouldn't recommend going down two unless you're a serious sadist.
I measured the hem at 7.4", so "slim straight" is a pretty accurate description.


What (unstructured) blazer would you recommend as an alternative (keeping price in mind)?
post #6057 of 12530
How is the fit/warmth of the 4 way coat? Is it as warm as the premium down parka without the bulk? I need something warm and non-wool to replace my baggy North Face from my high school days...

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-down-4way-coat/073569-06
post #6058 of 12530
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

damn dawg you live next door to their shipping dept?

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/assets_static/brand/FEDEX_Next_Day_Map.pdf
post #6059 of 12530

Not feeling their polos too much.  I probably should've read before buying that they're not 100% cotton though, so I may try the weathered fit ones in the future.  However, really like the merino wool sweater, cardigan and cheapo fleece jacket.  All in and all I'm satisfied.

post #6060 of 12530

Haven't taken off the knitted fleece vest for days now...so comfy and soft, only $19, feels like stealing

 

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