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post #6916 of 12691
i think id struggle to spend 750$ on basics.
post #6917 of 12691
Heattech always smelling like fresh farts right out of the package
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

^ hm, I think I'm closer to $750 now.  Don't want to add it up.  

The thing is, I live near the store, so it's super easy to return.  But I barely return anything.  I almost want to not like the stuff, but in the end, it's mostly all keepers.  

Yea I don't want to add mine up. I have a really nice closet now, so no sweat.
post #6918 of 12691

yea, a some of the stuff was gifts, but it all adds up.

 

like heattech, undershirts, socks, underwear, casual shirts, UL down, some pants, a blazer, some fleece....

post #6919 of 12691
tryna cop some efm let me know bout da taz trousers
post #6920 of 12691

I never knew Uniqlo was that popular with hipsters. Why do you think that is? Then again I only found out about Uniqlo when they went online.

 

On a side note, I manage to grab a Mens Wool Blended "Pea Jacket" (not coat) & I'm loving it. I was surprised it was TTS.

post #6921 of 12691
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

tryna cop some efm let me know bout da taz trousers

 

I wear a 33 in uniqlo pants (don't have taz but do have a few +j and the mainline herringbone from last year) and a 31 in the old apc NS.  Hope that helps.

post #6922 of 12691

I bought a few differently sized pairs of the Tas pants to try out, and ended up liking the size I normally wear in other brands - Epaulet, etc.

post #6923 of 12691
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

tryna cop some efm let me know bout da taz trousers

I'm usually a 34 but already had a pair of grey taz trouser from last season in 33 that fit good, so i got 33 and ended up returning it bc it pulled at the hips a lot. I got developed legs though.
post #6924 of 12691
got my online order in...sizing was whack

black heavy gauge fair isle S - way too short (im 5'11), little bit tight on the shoulders too. should have listened to whoever said it was short before (coldsnap?)

heavy gauge turtle neck M - huge below the shoulder. neck on S would probly be way too tight.

shawl collar sweater M - got a wine and grey stripe. kinda huge, but wearable. probly going back.

socks and underwear - mad legit.

i need asian uniqlo.

if anyones interested in the fair isle or the shawl collars since theyre sold out, ill sell them for online price + shipping + $5 icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #6925 of 12691
I bought one heattech longsleeve and it came in a box bigger than the USPS large flat rate ones.
post #6926 of 12691
i thought US and asian sizings are the same, only the label is a size down. etc Asian L, US M
post #6927 of 12691
Almost correct, but sleeves are shorter on the Asian L vs the US M
post #6928 of 12691
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post

i thought US and asian sizings are the same, only the label is a size down. etc Asian L, US M

no i think the sleeves and body length are shorter in asia
post #6929 of 12691
34. They're TTS.
post #6930 of 12691
Thanks for the tips guys, the 34s seem huge though according to the measurements.
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

after 6 years and countless purchases I've given in and finally bought a cashmere sweater from Uniqlo. Copped 2 v-necks at 60 each, do these ever go any lower?

Anyway would like to get some insight on this, do they clear out the cashmere ones soon? Normally I wouldn't give a shit but they got a couple colors that they don't have in the efm.
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