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Dbear srs?
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why, wut i say?

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I've got an unlined field jacket for fall/spring weather.
anyone know if uniqlo makes a durable sweater I can pair with this jacket and stay toasty in Colorado winters?
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Originally Posted by BeeBoying View Post

I've got an unlined field jacket for fall/spring weather.
anyone know if uniqlo makes a durable sweater I can pair with this jacket and stay toasty in Colorado winters?

You might have asked this in another thread a little differently, but if you have an unlined field jacket you're going to need to do better than a sweater, especially in Colorado. It's going to be tough to find any manufacturer that has a sweater that will keep you warm during a real winter, unless it's really heavy.
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Has anyone experienced sizing variations among different shirts in the same model? The first s/s oxford I bought fit me perfectly, but every one I have tried since has fit differently. I even exchanged one that ran extremely small, only to have it get replaced with another that fits well in the body but has tight arm holes. It would be different if I was in NY and could try on a bunch at once, but it's making it a pain to order them online.

To be clear, these shirts were all the same s/s oxford model, but in different colors.

I still want to try a s/s linen, but otherwise am about to give up on Uniqlo button ups.
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


You might have asked this in another thread a little differently, but if you have an unlined field jacket you're going to need to do better than a sweater, especially in Colorado. It's going to be tough to find any manufacturer that has a sweater that will keep you warm during a real winter, unless it's really heavy.

 

I did indeed, sir. I was dumb thinking of only using it for fall spring only. Now I realized I should have sized uobfor fitting in the extra liner. *smh

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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

Has anyone experienced sizing variations among different shirts in the same model? The first s/s oxford I bought fit me perfectly, but every one I have tried since has fit differently. I even exchanged one that ran extremely small, only to have it get replaced with another that fits well in the body but has tight arm holes. It would be different if I was in NY and could try on a bunch at once, but it's making it a pain to order them online.

To be clear, these shirts were all the same s/s oxford model, but in different colors.

I still want to try a s/s linen, but otherwise am about to give up on Uniqlo button ups.

bought a pair of navy premium cotton blend trousers previously, the fit was so perfect and slim that I went to buy similar ones in black and beige, but the fit for the later 2 pairs sux in comparison to the navy one.
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pretty damn consistent for me
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are the airism shirts as shiny/polyestery as they look on the rack? i want to buy them because i want a shirt that works well with warm weather, but they look a little shiny/uncotton like to me.
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Originally Posted by doopdoop View Post

are the airism shirts as shiny/polyestery as they look on the rack? i want to buy them because i want a shirt that works well with warm weather, but they look a little shiny/uncotton like to me.

Yes they definitely do look like polyester. I use mine as an undershirt so it doesn't really matter what it looks like for me. If you are using it as outer layer, note it will look like polyester, but silky.
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They look like polyester because they are mostly polyester. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by jd13jd13 View Post

They look like polyester because they are mostly polyester. wink.gif
Yes, what I was trying to say was that there is no hiding the fact that they are.
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never heard of polyester hiding as cotton
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Do you guys size down one on uniqlo jeans? I feel like my normal size is a bit looser than it should be.
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I went to pretty TTS (32) on the MIJ selvedge ones and they have stretched out like crazy.  

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