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post #7096 of 12705
Was putting in an order and checking out when the item went out of stock while it was in my bag, guess I have to be faster on the draw.
post #7097 of 12705

Are the physical stores as bad at restocking as the e-commerce site? I know the hurricane was bad and all, but surely they have some sort of contingency plan?

 

They're basically sold out of everything that isn't a L or XL at this point. Shirts, knits, whatever, all gone. Worse, they're running promotions on what's left, almost like they're taunting people.

post #7098 of 12705
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Originally Posted by aperson View Post

Are the physical stores as bad at restocking as the e-commerce site? I know the hurricane was bad and all, but surely they have some sort of contingency plan?

They're basically sold out of everything that isn't a L or XL at this point. Shirts, knits, whatever, all gone. Worse, they're running promotions on what's left, almost like they're taunting people.

when the whole US and Canada is buying from the site, this bounds to happen.
post #7099 of 12705
Think part of their business model is producing a set amount of product in advance, so when they run out, they're completely out.
post #7100 of 12705

They restock all the time--and then sell out again.  Keep checking

post #7101 of 12705
They don't put stuff on promotion that is low on stock you just have to act quicker. Everything size is available when they go on promotion.
post #7102 of 12705

crap, the cashmere v-necks are back up to $80. Just got my order and they're pretty much perfect (for $60). Will be on the lookout for the next drop on these.

post #7103 of 12705
Lel I'm just curious what items do you like that are sold online?
post #7104 of 12705
Dang kinda wanted the UU fleece hoodie
post #7105 of 12705

I'm 5'11 155lbs and the Slim Fit OCBD in S is almost the perfect fit OTR.

 

Based on that, should I go for the S or XS for their Chambray?

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-chambray-long-sleeve-shirt/075397-65-004

 

The S is slightly larger in the arm and body than the Slim Fit OCBD, while the XS is the same in the arm, but slightly smaller in the body and shorter. I'm worried that the S might be too baggy, while the XS might be too short.

post #7106 of 12705
Christ, their "slim straights" fit me skinnier than Levi's 510's when bought TTS.
post #7107 of 12705
Find the slim straights S001 to fit great myself.
post #7108 of 12705
I received the +J pea coat, and it's the first Uniqlo item with which I am completely unimpressed. The fabric looks OK, but feels cheap; the fit is very long in the body, and boxy; the lapels, perhaps due to poor packing, have been flipped outward so that when the jacket is closed they appear to be like two floppy rabbit ears folding forward.

Overall, not recommended, even on sale.
post #7109 of 12705
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I received the +J pea coat, and it's the first Uniqlo item with which I am completely unimpressed. The fabric looks OK, but feels cheap; the fit is very long in the body, and boxy; the lapels, perhaps due to poor packing, have been flipped outward so that when the jacket is closed they appear to be like two floppy rabbit ears folding forward.
Overall, not recommended, even on sale.

odd the coat i bought is fairly decent for $75
post #7110 of 12705
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

odd the coat i bought is fairly decent for $75

You bought the +J Pea Coat?
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