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post #9676 of 12267
crips shirt would have been better in linen.

somebody out there with dry boxer briefs, how do they fit?
post #9677 of 12267
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Really need one in Washington DC. frown.gif

Rumors that Philly is getting one in spring: http://www.phillymag.com/realestate/neighborhood-news/breaking-uniqlo-is-coming-to-center-city/

I'll believe it when construction begins.
post #9678 of 12267
going to order crips flannel when us site gets the other flannels I want
post #9679 of 12267
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going to order crips flannel when us site gets the other flannels I want

Got a link to these flannels you keep talking about?
post #9680 of 12267
Lmao
post #9681 of 12267
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Got a link to these flannels you keep talking about?

just look at the uk site snoopdogg, more selection but hopefully they come to us
post #9682 of 12267
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just look at the uk site snoopdogg, more selection but hopefully they come to us

lol@crip. There is a red one too for Bloods.
post #9683 of 12267

They have a couple of new t-shirts for men from the 10-Gruppen collab:

They seem to have a much better selection of items for women in this collab.

post #9684 of 12267
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I ordered two pairs that are arriving tomorrow. I'll post a review here tomorrow night.

Quick thoughts:

—Much better than I expected. Quality is surprisingly solid.
—Definitely fall/winter only. They're substantial.
—7.5" leg opening on size 33.
—There's an extra 3.5" to let down in the inseam, in case you want to add cuffs or are a giant. There's also an extra 2" to let out in the waist.

Recommended.
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

Quick thoughts:

—Much better than I expected. Quality is surprisingly solid.
—Definitely fall/winter only. They're substantial.
—7.5" leg opening on size 33.
—There's an extra 3.5" to let down in the inseam, in case you want to add cuffs or are a giant. There's also an extra 2" to let out in the waist.

Recommended.

this continues to be the feedback and my experience on uniqlo...how are they able to sell shit for so cheap and still make money?

hand on the uniqlo cash vneck I got was similar to the ones I picked up from j crew on sale last winter (~$250 at retail, got for ~160). we'll see how it holds up, but $80 at retail is a no brainer, and similar for basics pretty much across the board
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Slept on both the light grays in 29 chances they coming back?
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this continues to be the feedback and my experience on uniqlo...how are they able to sell shit for so cheap and still make money?

hand on the uniqlo cash vneck I got was similar to the ones I picked up from j crew on sale last winter (~$250 at retail, got for ~160). we'll see how it holds up, but $80 at retail is a no brainer, and similar for basics pretty much across the board

 

They don't really discount because their stuff isn't nearly as seasonal as, say, the Gap.  Less overhead and way less inventory lost to dumb trends or bad design decisions that don't sell.

 

Also got the merino and it's pretty next level for $40.  If it doesn't pile badly it's such a deal.

post #9688 of 12267
shit is fucking great for the price, i don't have any of the cashmere but merino and lambswool are good (don't like the fit on lambswool sweaters though, merino is better)

it ain't jil but still
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...how are they able to sell shit for so cheap and still make money?

I'd like to think that Uniqlo has some social responsibility requirements for their manufacturing but I have no idea if they do.
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They don't really discount because their stuff isn't nearly as seasonal as, say, the Gap.  Less overhead and way less inventory lost to dumb trends or bad design decisions that don't sell.

This. They're much less seasonal/trend oriented than say H&M or Zara, and willing to let clothes sit on the shelves for much much longer.

It's also because they place huge orders with the producers so they have a lot of negotiating power.
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