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post #9061 of 11576
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

the button down collar polos are really great
Which ones?
post #9062 of 11576
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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post


Which ones?

I personally love http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-washed-polo-shirt-by-michael-bastian/077846-55-006

post #9063 of 11576

im liking those national geographic collab t-shirts

post #9064 of 11576
Anyone try this out? link

There's only a XL left and I'm usually a Large, thinking about grabbing it and if it's too big get it altered. Can't find my damn tape measure anywhere to take measurements
post #9065 of 11576
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Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post


I wouldn't go that far to call it great. Decent but not great.

People know that the shit they sell in Uniqlo is cheap decent quality for what you pay for. People prefer to spend higher money on higher quality and better looks.

Uniqlo sales are sinking. Their quality is slowly diminishing and soon will turn into an Old Navy.

I like Uniqlo underwear their low rise boxer briefs from 2yrs ago I still wear and managed to save a few packs. Their underwear is turning to garbage since they are eliminating cotton.

 

The dry boxer briefs I liked at first because they don't stretch and get all loose. But then I realized they would start hurting my balls if I wore them for a whole day. Don't knot if it's the material or what. Gonna stick with the cotton.
post #9066 of 11576

Solution: Stop sizing down your underwear

post #9067 of 11576
No the solution is the cotton boxer briefs because they don't give me that problem.
post #9068 of 11576
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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

No the solution is the cotton boxer briefs because they don't give me that problem.
I think what he's saying is that if you need stretch, try sizing up instead of blaming the material.
post #9069 of 11576
Got my shipment of MB shirts in. I'm returning most of it, but definitely keeping this in Green:
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-washed-polo-shirt-by-michael-bastian/077687-55-002
It stands out because of the print, but can be dressed down too. Also, adjustable armholes.

General comments:
The material is soft, and the prints are sharp, not blurry or smudged.
The cut is similar to their graphic tees. The shoulders and chest fit the same, but it tapers at the waist.
My main complaint is the collars are a bit bigger than I expected.
Edited by .Impulsv - 5/23/13 at 3:02pm
post #9070 of 11576
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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post

Got my shipment of MB shirts in. I'm returning most of it, but definitely keeping this in Green:
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-washed-polo-shirt-by-michael-bastian/077687-55-002
It stands out because of the print, but can be dressed down too. Also, adjustable armholes.

General comments:
The material is soft, and the prints are sharp, not blurry or smudged.
The cut is similar to their graphic tees. The shoulders and chest fit the same, but it tapers at the waist.
My main complaint is the collars are a bit bigger than I expected.


I haven't tried on the graphic tees yet, but my chest is right at the cusp of a M, so I went for large hoping they would shrink. Are they snug or super tight in the chest?
post #9071 of 11576
Um, they fit TTS for me, which is more loose than snug. Not sure how I can answer that question for you, though...
post #9072 of 11576
Not sure why people are all jazzed up about polo shirts. Anyway, anybody try the short-sleeve oxfords? I just got a few, and I think I like the regular fit ones, sized down one. After I put them through the wash, I'm going to have a tailor sew down the box pleat so they don't pooch out in the back.

The slim fit version has slimmer arms, but it's almost too tight in the chest sized down one and a little loose all over TTS.
post #9073 of 11576

Yea, my friend went into Uniqlo and had taken 5 of them off the shelf and was definitely keen on buying them.  I was like, "wtf?"  He asked what I thought and I said, "well, it's a polo.  does anyone look good in them?  has anyone ever made a good polo?  a shirt will look better in every context, if you want a short sleeve, roll up the sleeves."  

 

His response was, "they're $19.99! bounce2.gif"

 

 

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post #9074 of 11576
You can be that guy wearing the button shirts all summer over dressed.
post #9075 of 11576
Got the relaxed cropped pants, and they're not relaxed, but they are nice. Got a small, I'm normally a 30-31, and the waist is nice. The hem is slim, but post rolling they look good.
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