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post #7831 of 11533
Fit pics (5'5", 155lbs, 38 chest, 32-33 sleeve length)

2+ year old heat tech tee in small



one week old heat tech long sleeve Tee in small (they were out of mediums). Fit feels OK, but arms a definitely a little short for my taste, which I knew going in might be the problem.

post #7832 of 11533
floaters.
post #7833 of 11533
Anyone try these?

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-oxford-slim-fit-3-4-sleeve-shirt/076314-67-003

They look sort of cool. Reminds me of this Geller shirt I tried on a few times, 3/4 look nice rolled up a bit

says slim fit but description says relaxed fit lol
post #7834 of 11533
winston s, those are definitely too small for you, and this is coming from a notorious size-downer
post #7835 of 11533
Anyone know if they will ever restock on Tasmanian suits online? And do they have them in stores?
post #7836 of 11533

How did people size on the UU down jacket? TTS or size up?

post #7837 of 11533

Argh, why does the Uniqlo website not sell plain 100% cotton t-shirts?  All they have is those damn cotton/poly blend shirts.

post #7838 of 11533
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Originally Posted by mythage View Post

How did people size on the UU down jacket? TTS or size up?

For the UU premium down jacket (the one with the high neck and pleather pockets) I went TTS and it's spot-on.
post #7839 of 11533
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

winston s, those are definitely too small for you, and this is coming from a notorious size-downer
Depends how he wears them, heat tech is supposed to be a base layer you put under other stuff so if he's going to throw a buttondown/sweater/etc over it then snug is probably best.
post #7840 of 11533
Quote:
Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post


For the UU premium down jacket (the one with the high neck and pleather pockets) I went TTS and it's spot-on.

 

Thanks. Just copped an olive one in size S icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif excited!

post #7841 of 11533
The new milano rib jacket looks pretty good in person. Dry jersey jacket not so much.
post #7842 of 11533
hows the quality and fit on chambray shirts?
post #7843 of 11533
Actually fit is not too bad.
Edited by poorman - 1/31/13 at 6:20pm
post #7844 of 11533
Quote:
Originally Posted by Meis View Post

Depends how he wears them, heat tech is supposed to be a base layer you put under other stuff so if he's going to throw a buttondown/sweater/etc over it then snug is probably best.

I typically wear them as base layers for sports, so fitted (even real fitted) in this case is OK by me.
post #7845 of 11533
Man house slippers must be my purchase of the year. I hope they return cause its about time I washed mine and worry they fall apart after
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