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post #7141 of 11688
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Ordered 10 pairs in size M.
Too small. Cannot return. Not sure what to do

which ones? i might buy em off you if theyre still new
post #7142 of 11688
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Originally Posted by Qudi View Post

which ones? i might buy em off you if theyre still new

Used gettoasty undies headed to B/S tongue.gif
post #7143 of 11688
I tried on one pair that I can burn if you want.

Did not realize cannot return and I was 100% they'd fit (0)

Was planning on donating anyways so whatever.
post #7144 of 11688
Just received my shipment of 2 EFM Cardigans and 1 Broadcloth check shirt all in size S, and none of them fit. The measurements on the site for the shirt says 21.5" for body width but I measured it at 19", lol. For returns, do they take off $7 per item or $7 total?
post #7145 of 11688
i'll pay extra for the used pair
post #7146 of 11688
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Originally Posted by blasty View Post

Just received my shipment of 2 EFM Cardigans and 1 Broadcloth check shirt all in size S, and none of them fit. The measurements on the site for the shirt says 21.5" for body width but I measured it at 19", lol. For returns, do they take off $7 per item or $7 total?

I like how despite all the talk of sizing in here and some reports of inaccurate size charts you went ahead and ordered solely based on size charts expecting small sweaters to fit your 4041" chest.
post #7147 of 11688
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

I like how despite all the talk of sizing in here and some reports of inaccurate size charts you went ahead and ordered solely based on size charts expecting small sweaters to fit your 4041" chest.
I actually ordered a few days before everyone in this thread started saying the EFM sweaters fit slim lol. I wear S in other Uniqlo stuff and they fit well. The cardigans actually fit pretty well, they're a tiny bit tight but definitely wearable as there is a decent amount of stretch to them. The length is the main reason I'm returning them. I reordered them in M since they're $10 cheaper now anyways. As for the shirt measurement inaccuracies, 2.5" is a bit ridiculous.
post #7148 of 11688
Agreed the shirt sizing is bullshit, also be careful of the uniqlo tags if you are ever in store because they have the same generic sizing chart. I was laughing bc my small down jacket which fits my 41" chest says 35-37 on there.
post #7149 of 11688
Lol @ a small w a 22 inch chest.

Someone sell me one of those UU cardigans in a S.
post #7150 of 11688
Just rebought all my flannels in medium, arrived today.
post #7151 of 11688
ok so how do the flannels fit never trusting specs again, 40-41" chest
post #7152 of 11688
Flannels fit sorta shitty but they so cheap and feel comfortable. The arm holes are low, arms are long, and length are long. They shrink in the right areas after a wash though. I am 39-40" chest but most of it is my back so I wear a medium. I'd probably go for a large for you. I just measured my washed medium and its a 19.75" pit to pit if that helps.
post #7153 of 11688
Looking for gym wear/stuff to wear while doing muay thai. What do you guys recommend? The 2 pack dri deodorant/mesh v neck undershirts or the dry packaged v nek tees? Anything else?
post #7154 of 11688
Thanks csnap no way I'll fit into the medium then, sucks to hear about the length and sleeves though.
post #7155 of 11688
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Originally Posted by blasty View Post

Just received my shipment of 2 EFM Cardigans and 1 Broadcloth check shirt all in size S, and none of them fit. The measurements on the site for the shirt says 21.5" for body width but I measured it at 19", lol. For returns, do they take off $7 per item or $7 total?

Yeah, had same issues with broadcloth shirt. It's $7 per return not per item.
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