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Rirawin

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The Trench is meh... It's made of this weird material that feels really unsubstantial...
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

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

I have a hooded Brooks Brothers seersucker shirt for the same reason, cool summer days/nights.
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Rirawin is on hiatus iirc
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Are there any $5-10 codes active at the moment?

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Originally Posted by andrewsd View Post

japan m = us s


anyone still proxy from nyc? suddenlee isn't responding

I am

hit me up at uniqlo.proxy@gmail.com
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

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.
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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
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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.

ok i think there is too much confusion and people are talking about a lot of different t-shirts.

for clarification, the dry-package t-shirts are a poly/cotton blend and are different from both the normal cotton and premium cotton t-shirts. all 3 types of plain color t-shirts that have recently (~past year) been available in the u.s. have different fabrics and fits. for a long time (since opening until recently) the american webstore only had the dry-package ones. i browsed the other day though and amongst all the dry-package they have one thumbnail for premium cotton ones now. here's the link: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-premium-cotton-crew-neck-short-sleeve-t-shirt/075886-74-005
^^that's what i was talking about earlier. those pictures obviously show no center seam, so i assume the new premium cotton t-shirts are different from the old ones. i ordered 2 pairs (sized up from m to l) that should get here wednesday so i'll let everyone know what i think. i still have last year's premium cotton to compare them with.

in the past it was like this: regular cotton fit normal, premium cotton fit slim, and dry-package fit large. i've always liked the normal cotton ones best. the cotton isn't as soft as the premium, but it's good enough and i kind of like how thin it is. i think the dry-package fit pretty well, though a bit too loose for my liking. i went tts (m) and it fits somewhere between an m and l, probably closer to the latter. the fabric sucks though - thick and not nearly as soft as either of the cotton ones.

also, if you live outside the u.s., it's probably best not to not give your opinion on this. as i said before, the cotton t-shirts i bought in london and paris were different from the ones i've gotten in the u.s. compared to the normal u.s. cotton ones, the fabric was thicker and a bit softer (but not as soft as premium) and pills more quickly/easily. they also fit a bit slimmer though again not as slim as the premium cotton ones. afaik, the dry-package ones are the same though.

ok, that's more than i wanted to say about their t-shirts.
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post



ok i think there is too much confusion and people are talking about a lot of different t-shirts.

for clarification, the dry-package t-shirts are a poly/cotton blend and are different from both the normal cotton and premium cotton t-shirts. all 3 types of plain color t-shirts that have recently (~past year) been available in the u.s. have different fabrics and fits. for a long time (since opening until recently) the american webstore only had the dry-package ones. i browsed the other day though and amongst all the dry-package they have one thumbnail for premium cotton ones now. here's the link: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-premium-cotton-crew-neck-short-sleeve-t-shirt/075886-74-005
^^that's what i was talking about earlier. those pictures obviously show no center seam, so i assume the new premium cotton t-shirts are different from the old ones. i ordered 2 pairs (sized up from m to l) that should get here wednesday so i'll let everyone know what i think. i still have last year's premium cotton to compare them with.

in the past it was like this: regular cotton fit normal, premium cotton fit slim, and dry-package fit large. i've always liked the normal cotton ones best. the cotton isn't as soft as the premium, but it's good enough and i kind of like how thin it is. i think the dry-package fit pretty well, though a bit too loose for my liking. i went tts (m) and it fits somewhere between an m and l, probably closer to the latter. the fabric sucks though - thick and not nearly as soft as either of the cotton ones.

also, if you live outside the u.s., it's probably best not to not give your opinion on this. as i said before, the cotton t-shirts i bought in london and paris were different from the ones i've gotten in the u.s. compared to the normal u.s. cotton ones, the fabric was thicker and a bit softer (but not as soft as premium) and pills more quickly/easily. they also fit a bit slimmer though again not as slim as the premium cotton ones. afaik, the dry-package ones are the same though.

ok, that's more than i wanted to say about their t-shirts.

no confusion here, my dude. i'm talking about the shirts i quoted in my post. the black ones are short as fuck. the white ones are a good 2+ inches longer.
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^^ yeah i was pretty sure you were talking about the same ones as me, but a lot of others were talking about different t-shirts. i just wanted to quote everyone that had been talking about them so we were all on the same page.
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k good i was talking about something else
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Yeah, I think Jet is talking about the premium cotton undershirts that came in two packs, which you failed to mention. Were available year before last, think summer or fall.
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

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..
Maybe it was summer last year then.

I have visited Uniqlos in both the US and a couple Asian countries, and in my experience their stock is identical. Just sizing is different, even within Asia. For example, Japanese regular tees are shorter length than Korean ones. YMMV, etc.
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Uniqlo in store also has these supima tees that are different from the dry package and premium cotton 2 packs, but don't tell the everlane crew lol
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Does anyone think down jackets will go on sale?

 

Also, are they ever going to restock undershirts in S really wanna pick up some white ones..

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Down jackets were on sale a couple months ago. Seriously this thing is a lifesaver. I got tipped off on it from one of brad-t's posts a while back. One of the best purchases ever. I accidentally walked out in 16 degree weather today with nothing but the down jacket and a hoodie. Survived.

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