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post #9691 of 11868
Limited designs massive color choices to compensate, massive buying power equates low price
post #9692 of 11868
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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.

Hey Chet what's the waist measurement on the size 33?

Thanks
post #9693 of 11868
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post

Limited designs massive color choices to compensate, massive buying power equates low price

 



Most of its stuff is definitely worth the price point. I'm not too sure about the $29.99 poly/cotton constructed zip-up hoodie though.

Would you guys consider any of its poly/cotton blends?
post #9694 of 11868
Just wondering, is it possible to return online items by shipping it yourself instead of using the $7 prepaid label?
post #9695 of 11868
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Originally Posted by dEX View Post

Just wondering, is it possible to return online items by shipping it yourself instead of using the $7 prepaid label?

 

i get the impression that once they get the return, you are refunded the cost of the item minus $7. you're paying a return fee, not a shipping cost. when it comes to exchanges they will waive the $7 fee, but it seems like you have to call them.

post #9696 of 11868
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Just wondering, is it possible to return online items by shipping it yourself instead of using the $7 prepaid label?

you can use your own carrier. the $7 is for the return prepaid label.
post #9697 of 11868
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

crips shirt would have been better in linen.

somebody out there with dry boxer briefs, how do they fit?

True-to-size and very comfortably.
I also recommend the AIRism boxer briefs.

post #9698 of 11868
purple flannel and black camo flannel got here and uniqlo killed it again...both respectable quality, slim fit, but mostly TTS. sleeves are a little slimmer wrt body on each, and black camo flannel felt even slightly more fitted throughout, but was still a L.
post #9699 of 11868
same size on flannels as oxfords correct?

what's your chest ego
post #9700 of 11868
44 jacket
post #9701 of 11868
Just had to shout the Perfect Shape Cargos by Uniqlo. Was lounging around in these today, and realized it's been exactly a year since I first copped. Most comfortable pants I own, save for some Dries stuff, and the pair I have are still looking good. Goodish taper if you care about that. I think I was recommended these by an SF member actually.
post #9702 of 11868
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Originally Posted by dEX View Post

Just wondering, is it possible to return online items by shipping it yourself instead of using the $7 prepaid label?

Yes, you can use your own label and you won't be charged by Uniqlo for it.

post #9703 of 11868
anyone have the wool blended jersey blazer?
curious what it is like...
post #9704 of 11868
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Originally Posted by nowiremember View Post

anyone have the wool blended jersey blazer?
curious what it is like...

 

I don't have the blazer but have had a fair number of woolen Uniqlo cardigans, sweaters etc. and they start pilling pretty quickly and dramatically. I mostly stick to their cotton stuff now.

post #9705 of 11868
If it's the one I tried on, itchy.
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