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post #6976 of 12535
Got the +J peacoat. Like the fabric a lot but not 100% on cut fit. I knew it wasn't cropped but it's longer on my than I'd like (I'm 5 10). foo.gif
post #6977 of 12535
wearing dat +J down jacket today, so warm and cozy. Actually wearing all uniqlo again, extra fine oxford cloth, efm wool, +J down, dry pants, and alden cap toes
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Got the +J peacoat. Like the fabric a lot but not 100% on cut fit. I knew it wasn't cropped but it's longer on my than I'd like (I'm 5 10). foo.gif

You get a large? if it's a medium SELL IT TO ME!
post #6978 of 12535
Afar size did you get? If its a m or ll pm me
post #6979 of 12535
Also does anyone happen to have measurements on a M EFM cardigan? Does it fit slimmer than the lambswool?
post #6980 of 12535
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

Also does anyone happen to have measurements on a M EFM cardigan? Does it fit slimmer than the lambswool?

I'm getting a M EFM card in the mail and will let you know.
post #6981 of 12535
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Originally Posted by Left Hand View Post

You guys complaining about Uniqlo's website- try using it on mobile. Holy fuck it's infuriating.
Apparently they're supposed to be opening a store in Philly, (15th & Walnut, for those that care) which would be awesome but it's been close to 6 months and I haven't heard anything more about it. I guess I'll have to stick to the shitty website for now..
That would be amazing if it actually happens. A guy at my gym told me that a while ago. I was skeptical then, and I'm skeptical now.
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Originally Posted by MCanavan6 View Post

Just purchased my first item from Uniqlo, the Made in Japan jeans in Gray. I ordered both a 29" and 30" waist because I was unsure how they would fit. The 30" waist is a little tight with the thighs a little tight as well. The 29" waist is unbuttonable right now, about 1/2" spread between buttons, and the tights are very restricting. I'm worried, based on the comments in this thread, that the 30" will become too lose on I wear them a lot, but also that the 29" will not stretch enough to where they will be comfortable. I am considering keeping the 30" and sending back the 29" but was wondering what everyone thought?
Thanks
The pair I got (29s, one down from my true waist size) fit a tiny bit snug fresh out of the box but still relatively easy to button, and now I always wear a belt with them to keep them from stretching to the point where they won't stay up.

In general, though, I'd say don't keep clothing that's too tight for you to wear. Even if the waist stretches, the thighs won't change much.
post #6982 of 12535
EFM does fit slimmer
post #6983 of 12535
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I'm getting a M EFM card in the mail and will let you know.

trhanks

i have a crewneck that's really slim - i can only really wear it without an undershirt - but am hoping because a cardigan.. is a cardigan.. it won't be as slim.
post #6984 of 12535
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

EFM does fit slimmer
This.
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

trhanks
i have a crewneck that's really slim - i can only really wear it without an undershirt - but am hoping because a cardigan.. is a cardigan.. it won't be as slim.
It will be. My EFM cardi fits slimmer than my lambswool cardi in the same size.
post #6985 of 12535
how much slimmer? I actually ordered a lambswool cardi and returned it because the fit was so shitty.
post #6986 of 12535
Size down 1 on lambswool stuff up one on EFM
post #6987 of 12535
that lambswool cardi was tight as hell on me in my usual size
post #6988 of 12535
You a bit fat those are just general guidelines doesn't work for the extreme case
post #6989 of 12535
i have a six pack @_@
post #6990 of 12535
damn, heattech does a good job
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