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post #7861 of 12705
When posting about underwear, please clarify which. Each fits differently, and you're just going to confuse people by generalizing.

The pairs I've owned personally in size medium, largest to smallest:
regular rise 100% Supima cotton boxer briefs > low rise DRY seamless boxer briefs > AIRISM boxer briefs.
post #7862 of 12705
another reason to avoid cheap clothes (allergy list)
post #7863 of 12705
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Originally Posted by hipster View Post

hows the quality and fit on chambray shirts?

For £20, I can’t really fault the quality and fit. 

 

I’m not sure about the contrast stitching though—there is a lot of it.

post #7864 of 12705
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I have the ass the size of Manhattan and even I find some of the underwear in Large to be a bit roomy. I must have 10-15 pairs, so I'd say sizing is pretty consistent. The striped ones fit great; the solid ones are good, too, but seem to stretch out a lot more. I wouldn't size down. If you're feeling the need to "size up," you're probably not being completely honest about your "true size."

You don't have the problem of the thighs riding up into our crotch?
post #7865 of 12705
Has anyone had any trouble with returns on something you bought close to the month return window. I'm dumb and just read the fine print. Seems like it's actually more like 2 week return window for West coasters since it starts at shipment and then it takes a week to get back to them. How about returning items from different orders in one box? I have an email in to them but would like experiences.
post #7866 of 12705

When I return things to their store and it's over 30 days, they give me store credit / gift card.  No biggy b/c it's not like the last time I'll ever shop there lol

post #7867 of 12705
Bought 2 chambray shirts the other day. The quality is not great. Rather thin fabric compared to the one I got three years ago.
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hows the quality and fit on chambray shirts?
post #7868 of 12705
Someone posted about this a while back, but I just got back from the 5th ave flagship in NYC and I can confirm that the T000's have been discontinued. The new skinny denim has a slightly waxy, more sheen-y look to it, and is also a bit rougher compared to the softer T000's. Because of that, the newer ones don't look as jet black as the older ones. Additionally, the T000 leather patch on the back is gone on the new ones, as well as the other tag explaining that the denim is sourced from a Japanese mill. Not sure if the non-inclusion of this tag on the new jeans means they aren't using Japanese denim anymore, but they don't have any branding that they do like the T000's.

I went back and forth debating which to get, but ultimately got the T000's as there are only a few pairs left and the salespeople all saying they felt like the newer ones aren't as good in terms of quality. The new ones actually felt pretty sturdy to me, but I guess it's another question of how they will age. If you want the old T000's, go and get them now. They are discontinued as of 2013, according to the salespeople.

Anyone else have any experience with these?
post #7869 of 12705

New "T-000" denim definitely feels sturdy, but I don't like the sheen. Pass.

 

I remember when Uniqlo carried various colors of the T-000 back in 2008-9; there was dark grey, black, electric blue, etc. Material was awesome and the fit was damn near perfect, similar to Levi's 511, comfy stretch and all. These were known as the UJ Colored Jeans.

 

I'm in the market for a pair of dark grey jeans and although I'm contemplating Uniqlo, I can't bring myself to pull the trigger, especially with how lackluster the jeans are now.

post #7870 of 12705

Curious on what other people think about this. Or a solution. 
I wear a M in Jcrew, Real solid fit. Ordered a M in uniqlo. It felt like if i sneezed I would tear the back out. Sent it back got some Larges instead. They are alright I guess, Jcrew fit is night and day over these. It feels way too long and the waist is big on it. 
Anyone think the Large slim fits would fit would be better? Haven't tried them yet cause they are always out of stock so I stopped trying.

(OCBD)

post #7871 of 12705
Heard back from uniqlo. 30 day returns are measured from day they ship to the day you ship. And items from multiple orders can be returned in one box.
post #7872 of 12705

Gah, ordered 3 different down jackets as bad-weather-apocalypse-weather outerwear and none of them fit/if they're the right size they're ugly in person.  Fail.

post #7873 of 12705
Anyone been to the Uniqlo store in London recently know if they're stocking any slim-fit blazers again?
post #7874 of 12705
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Originally Posted by pdxkyle View Post

Curious on what other people think about this. Or a solution. 
I wear a M in Jcrew, Real solid fit. Ordered a M in uniqlo. It felt like if i sneezed I would tear the back out. Sent it back got some Larges instead. They are alright I guess, Jcrew fit is night and day over these. It feels way too long and the waist is big on it. 
Anyone think the Large slim fits would fit would be better? Haven't tried them yet cause they are always out of stock so I stopped trying.

(OCBD)

 

from what I understand Uniqlo isn't carrying the slim-fit version in the current season, so there's not gonna be a restock any time soon. Do you know if the L you got was in the new model? It should have a colored trim inside the collar. Those are supposedly slimmer than previous season's regular fit. Also they do shrink a bit after a few washes, at least that's been my experience

post #7875 of 12705
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

 

from what I understand Uniqlo isn't carrying the slim-fit version in the current season, so there's not gonna be a restock any time soon. Do you know if the L you got was in the new model? It should have a colored trim inside the collar. Those are supposedly slimmer than previous season's regular fit. Also they do shrink a bit after a few washes, at least that's been my experience

 

Nothing stands out in the collar coloring its just all the same color.

Im gonna throw them in the dryer and hope for the best. Not a fan so far, especially cause there isn't a store near by i can try stuff on at

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