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post #6571 of 11709
^ya when I'm holding my cigar i navigate with my middle, comprende?

willy i ain't gonna cop another pair

I still don't understand why they have more than one variation of something like the efm vnecks, there are two different product numbers and the descriptions are worthless.
post #6572 of 11709
They only put the conductive fibers in the fingertips of the thumb and first fingers on the gloves.
post #6573 of 11709
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Did they contact you about receiving the return package?

Same here! I sent back returns from weeks ago and haven't heard a thing. My friend did as well and today she heard back and they completely missed one of the items she sent. They said they are going to go try to find it. As in they lost it. How can they be so unprofessional.

In a stark contrast, my friend and I both received snail mail envelopes full of a copy of a corrected invoice and a letter apologizing and explaining that there was a mistake in our previous shipping roster. The quantity and prices were correct but some description was slightly off. Who the heck cares. Process my returns!
post #6574 of 11709
I am interested in the Uniqlo Made in Japan denim.
Especially this cut:
http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/073553

I have a 31 inch waist and wear a pair of APC NS in size 28 at the moment but feel I'd go for a 29 next time as I could use some additional room in the thigh and would appreciate a greater foot width.
Will those Uniqlos stretch just as much as an APC would and thus even size 29 would be too big for me or is sizing differently on the Uniqlos?
Also any information on knee and foot width on them?
post #6575 of 11709
sounds like we are the same size, i am a 28/29 NS, i'm wearing 31 in the slim straights. i'd recommend them, quality is comparable to APC i'd say and i like the cut for a slim not skinny look.
hem on my 28 NS is 7.25", hem on these is 7.5".

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post #6576 of 11709
Thanks a lot for the reply!

So these do actually shrink instead of stretch, or are the measurements provided by their page off?
They state size 29 has an 31 inch waistband as well as 11 inch thigh which both is slightly more than what my well worn size 28 NS are.

Nice sweater by the way smile.gif
post #6577 of 11709
not sure about their measurements, i have found they run fairly TTS. my waist actually measures 32" ( i cant do up my 28 ns any more) and the 31 uniqlos were a bit tight at first but then loosened up slightly, not by much though. hope that helps.
post #6578 of 11709

Sorry about that to whoever asked me any questions, because i thought i had suscribed to this thread, but I actually didn't bored.gif lol

but yeaaa, i HAVE suscribed soooo ill be in this thread alot more and answering questions as well biggrin.gif

post #6579 of 11709
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

I am interested in the Uniqlo Made in Japan denim.
Especially this cut:
http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/073553
I have a 31 inch waist and wear a pair of APC NS in size 28 at the moment but feel I'd go for a 29 next time as I could use some additional room in the thigh and would appreciate a greater foot width.
Will those Uniqlos stretch just as much as an APC would and thus even size 29 would be too big for me or is sizing differently on the Uniqlos?
Also any information on knee and foot width on them?

 

Sizing is different on them compared to APC; they dont stretch as much, only perhaps an inch or so because i have apc ps as well. its funny because im a 31 waist as well, and i went with the 30. I would say go with the 30 for the safe bet, but if you want go for the 29, def not the 28 tho. the knee and foot is the same width, they do not taper off

post #6580 of 11709
The MIJs also shrink slightly with your first wash, but will stretch back out.
post #6581 of 11709

Added T-down (Theory) to their online collection.  Looks like stuff that will hit discounts.

 

UU stock appears the same.  

post #6582 of 11709
Just want to throw out an endorsement for the heattech gear. I wore a heattech t shirt, socks, gloves and scarf last night in 35 degree weather, with super super thin cotton pants and a thin jacket, and I was super warm, didn't feel like i needed anything else smile.gif Now I want like 10 t shirts...
post #6583 of 11709
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Originally Posted by fireflygrave View Post

Just want to throw out an endorsement for the heattech gear. I wore a heattech t shirt, socks, gloves and scarf last night in 35 degree weather, with super super thin cotton pants and a thin jacket, and I was super warm, didn't feel like i needed anything else smile.gif Now I want like 10 t shirts...

shit adds up quick, be careful!
post #6584 of 11709
I really wish they made heattech button-front cardigans. Having warm layers like t-shirts that I can't remove would be a bit annoying.
post #6585 of 11709
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I really wish they made heattech button-front cardigans. Having warm layers like t-shirts that I can't remove would be a bit annoying.

Really good idea. I bike 14 miles everyday and use heatteach as opposed to ugly biking gear, the only problem with heattech is you can't shed the layers fast.
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