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post #8026 of 11881
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

there's no center seam on my premium cotton v necks?

i’m talking about the new ones for this spring. i have some of the old ones with the center seam too. unless the pics on their website are wrong, the ones for this spring don’t have it anymore.
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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post

The F/W premium cotton tees had a center seam, like the UU tees did.
The S/S premium cotton tees preceding those (from year ago) did not have a center seam. They are also slim fit.

hmm, i think you might be wrong on both counts. afaik, uniqlo didn't have any premium cotton t-shirts for f/w. they had the undershirt version, but that doesn't really count. maybe they had them in-store, but i never saw them online and i checked more than a few times. the ones for last spring/summer DID have the center seam. i have some of them. this all assumes you live in the u.s. if you live in europe (or asia maybe), you have completely different t-shirts. i bought t-shirts in london and paris over the summer, and both the premium and normal cotton t-shirts from the nyc stores were different.
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Those are gonna be huge on you, I just ordered a bunch in M and they're a tad big (i'm a 50) but will be perfect after a wash/dry cycle or two.

i hope you're wrong. measurements on their website suggest they fit pretty slim - especially in the shoulder, which i'm most concerned about. i'm now assuming they're inaccurate, though. oh well, can always exchange.
post #8027 of 11881
I still don't know what fucking tees you guys are talking about or whether or not mine are considered underwear but I've bought like 8 packs of them in the past few years. They run big and I wear xl.
post #8028 of 11881

This is what I'm talking about - http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-dry-packaged-v-neck-short-sleeve-t-shirt/075240-03-006

 

They're not perfect but they're a good everyday shirt

post #8029 of 11881
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

This is what I'm talking about - http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-dry-packaged-v-neck-short-sleeve-t-shirt/075240-03-006

They're not perfect but they're a good everyday shirt

The restocks are shorter than the ones I bought a few months ago; too short to wear, even sized up. If they were a few inches longer, and maybe a little slimmer, they'd be perfect beater shirts.
post #8030 of 11881
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post


The restocks are shorter than the ones I bought a few months ago; too short to wear, even sized up. If they were a few inches longer, and maybe a little slimmer, they'd be perfect beater shirts.

 

Hm.  I just put on the one I washed last weekend and it hits about an inch below the belt; I could use a little more length but they're fine for $5 and better than any other shirt in that price range (i.e. Everlane).

 

An extra inch length and a deeper V and I wouldn't need any other t-shirts.

post #8031 of 11881
Just tried on the cordlane jacket.
It's pretty dope.
That is all.
post #8032 of 11881
Anybody try on the trench coat? Thoughts on sizing and construction?
post #8033 of 11881
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Originally Posted by iluvatar View Post

It's been a while since I've looked through Uniqlo's website. I'm digging this new addition:

Too bad it's sold out in small. I need something for the occasional days it rains in SoCal.

post #8034 of 11881
The stripe one looks pretty cool

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/076310?gareco=r_l4

I said I was done with Uniqlo outterwear.. but I sorta need something for rainy days...
post #8035 of 11881

You guys

 

It's literally made out of shirting material (not even oxford thickness, like the same stuff as the rest of the SS print shirts)

 

and therefore useless for rain or as anything besides a very lightweight windbreaker

post #8036 of 11881
eww, thanks for the report
post #8037 of 11881
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Originally Posted by EdwardB View Post

You guys

It's literally made out of shirting material (not even oxford thickness, like the same stuff as the rest of the SS print shirts)

and therefore useless for rain or as anything besides a very lightweight windbreaker

Sounds okay for summer evenings at the beach. Sold out in Large in the UK though, otherwise I might have been tempted...
post #8038 of 11881

So what's the consensus on US sizing vs Japanese sizing?

I have a M in a classic fit OCBD from Japan

and I'm wondering what the equivalent would be from the online US store. Thanks

post #8039 of 11881
japan m = us s


anyone still proxy from nyc? suddenlee isn't responding
post #8040 of 11881
Still looking for a UK proxy too if anyone can help.
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