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Originally Posted by hhkb View Post

I kopped the slim oxford in both M and L to compare. I'm 175/6' and the medium fits pretty much perfectly. The only thing is the shoulders are about half an inch narrow for me, but it's not too noticeable. Fabric is really good for the price, not as thick as more expensive overdyes, but still quite substantial. The navy is killer. I just placed my order for the khaki and olive.

THIS.

 

Bothers me to the extent that I won't be buying any more.  Still a great piece at a great price for those that fit into them properly.

post #8897 of 11672
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Originally Posted by nowiremember View Post

how do i properly measure rise? I just got the grey slims.. which i love.. and can measure for you..

I thought BiG was the standard? Everyone should have started out with dry denim

Here you go:
http://blueingreensoho.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=30&Itemid=

Thanks!

May I get the full measurement and size you picked up for reference redface.gif
post #8898 of 11672

The Michael Bastien collection looks solid. http://www.uniqlo.com/us/mens-clothing/collections/michael-bastian

post #8899 of 11672
Looking for someone for a uniqlo proxy - want this polo http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-dry-shirt-collar-short-sleeve-polo-shirt/076232-16-003?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-tops%2Fmens-polo-shirts and they're sold out of my size and color online. If anyone's up for it, I'll pay a nice fee!
post #8900 of 11672
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

Looking for someone for a uniqlo proxy - want this polo http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-dry-shirt-collar-short-sleeve-polo-shirt/076232-16-003?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-tops%2Fmens-polo-shirts and they're sold out of my size and color online. If anyone's up for it, I'll pay a nice fee!

If you can't source it from within the US, the UK online store has it http://www.uniqlo.com/uk/store/goods/076232, not sure what colour or size you're after though. Happy to proxy for you free of charge smile.gif
post #8901 of 11672
did you notice the button down collar? eh.gif
post #8902 of 11672
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Originally Posted by BobbyBagstein View Post

The Michael Bastien collection looks solid. http://www.uniqlo.com/us/mens-clothing/collections/michael-bastian

 

Does anyone know if these will be available online? Need to track down a proxy to Canada.

post #8903 of 11672

This may or may not be the right thread for this, but I got these in XS a few weeks ago, only worn them once or twice due to what I think is a sizing issue, but it may be just me. It's extremely slimming on me, and I can't tell if it's too slim. The arm length is great, the length is fine; the problem lies in the shoulders, which are a touch too narrow and the pit area rubs into my arm pits because there isn't much room. Should I go for a normal size XS or upgrade to a slim S?

post #8904 of 11672
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

did you notice the button down collar? eh.gif

that's what i need actually. (and want!)
post #8905 of 11672

How much 'stretching' have you witnessed in your Uniqlo slim-straight jeans over time? I sized down one and they were pretty slim around my thighs but I figured after numerous wears the jean thigh width would 'expand' as the 2% spandex wore down over time. 

post #8906 of 11672

My 29s are now nigh unwearable due to stretching and 28s are soon to be too large as well; I would not worry about them not stretching. I like the cut, but they make APCs seem heavy-duty.

post #8907 of 11672

thinking about picking up some of their printed oxfords. Anyone have any comments on those? My question is re: weight, are the uniqlo oxfords too heavy for hot summer weather?

post #8908 of 11672

Does anyone know if the prices on the online store reflect those of the 34th st store? 

post #8909 of 11672
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Originally Posted by AceBoogie View Post

Does anyone know if the prices on the online store reflect those of the 34th st store? 

Barring special offers/clearances, online prices are the same as bricks and mortar prices generally.
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