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post #7186 of 11204
maybe they underestimated online demand
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Been a huge Uniqlo fan for a while (waaay too much stuff from there) - but I actually haven't tried any of the jeans yet (shirts, jacket sweaters etc.). I've read up on the fits- but in terms of sheer quality and bang for the buck how do they compare to Levi's? Focusing more on the non-selvedge/MIJ cuts - already have one pair of N&F to break in and, with that exception, would like to be able to wash jeans without worrying too much about them
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I'm looking for some opinions on how the pea jackets fit. I'm 5'11" and 175 pounds, based on their sizing chart it looks like I'm a medium (38" chest, 33" waist, 18" shoulders). Are those measurements true to size? Would I be fine layering under a medium, or should I go for the large?
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Thought I had posted this earlier - but don't see it any more (if it's hiding somewhere I apologize)

Huge fan of Uniqlo - but haven't tried their jeans yet. I have researched the fits, but any thoughts on the Uniqlo jeans versus Levis in terms of quality/value? I thinking more the normal line, especially the slim straight, rather than MIJ. Also, are all the MIJ jeans are raw? Including - say http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/073553?gareco=r_l4
post #7190 of 11204

Regarding them not restocking on a lot of stuff, I got an email a day or two ago that said that they're sending 100K Heat Tech and 10K down jackets to Sandy victims, so I'm sure that ate up their supply chain for a while.

post #7191 of 11204
Is the blue and white slim polka dot shirt ballin?
post #7192 of 11204
Can anyone comment on the men's wool double breasted coat sizing in terms of wearing with a suit? I wear a 42L so I'm trying to figure out between L and XL
post #7193 of 11204
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Originally Posted by perriti View Post

I'm looking for some opinions on how the pea jackets fit. I'm 5'11" and 175 pounds, based on their sizing chart it looks like I'm a medium (38" chest, 33" waist, 18" shoulders). Are those measurements true to size? Would I be fine layering under a medium, or should I go for the large?

I'd get a small
post #7194 of 11204
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Is the blue and white slim polka dot shirt ballin?

I have this, it is good for what it is. Definitely looks better in person than the online pictures.
post #7195 of 11204
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Originally Posted by airblaster503 View Post

I have this, it is good for what it is. Definitely looks better in person than the online pictures.

stupid question but does it look good with jeans, sorta casual?
post #7196 of 11204

Where's the link to it on the site?

post #7197 of 11204
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Is the blue and white slim polka dot shirt ballin?

For $30, not too bad. I just copped a few days ago, an alternative to the polka dot flannel shirt from EG this season.
post #7198 of 11204
Yea, I liked that EG polka dot flannel.. was hoping this wouldn't be too dressy looking and could be worn in the same manner.
post #7199 of 11204
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For $30, not too bad. I just copped a few days ago, an alternative to the polka dot flannel shirt from EG this season.

How's the sizing? It have a tapered waist? Measurements seem boxy, but I guess there should be some shrinkage in the wash.
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Where's the link to it on the site?


http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-print-long-sleeve-shirt/075824-69-004

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Originally Posted by Invictus146 View Post

Thought I had posted this earlier - but don't see it any more (if it's hiding somewhere I apologize)
Huge fan of Uniqlo - but haven't tried their jeans yet. I have researched the fits, but any thoughts on the Uniqlo jeans versus Levis in terms of quality/value? I thinking more the normal line, especially the slim straight, rather than MIJ. Also, are all the MIJ jeans are raw? Including - say http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/073553?gareco=r_l4

Uniqlo jeans are thinner and have spandex so they stretch but are comfortable. This is for their regular jeans and it isn't raw, never tried their MIJ denim. They're good for the price.
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