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post #9841 of 11568
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

flannels finally!!!!

purple and black camo flannel crew?
post #9842 of 11568
3 new plaids and crip shirt
post #9843 of 11568
Thoughts on the new knits? Some of the cardigans look good but are 60–70% synthetic. I may try one or two out. The lambswool cardigans, crew necks, and v-necks are up too.





post #9844 of 11568
like the first one, curious to see how they wear though
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Those knits look decent in person (especially cable shawl cardi) but feel like shit.  

 

They're only like 40 though so not too much of a loss to try out, I guess.  I'd rather just spend it on an EFM that I know is nice.

post #9846 of 11568
^ Good to know. I'll probably go elsewhere for heavier knits then. I have a few of the extra fine merinos and like them. I'll probably order some of the basic lambswool sweaters too; I'm hoping they're slightly thicker than the merinos.
post #9847 of 11568
I'd stay away from the blends, invest in higher quality knitwear if looking for something substantial
post #9848 of 11568
You know what really grinds my gear? That Uniqlo flannels are 4/5 the quality of BoO flannels and costs 1/7 the price. I've been a sucker, got damn.
post #9849 of 11568
good looking forward to them
post #9850 of 11568

http://kotaku.com/uniqlo-folds-t-shirts-better-than-you-do-1441912169

post #9851 of 11568
Uniqlo knits SUCK.

You can spend $40 and get a few WEARS before it starts to look like shit or spend like $200 and get a few YEARS of solid wear... and even when the more expensive sweater is full of holes it will probably look better than the uniqlo one.

I will likely never stop buying their oxford shirts though, they're great for the price.
post #9852 of 11568
why would you buy uniqlo knits when woolovers exists?
post #9853 of 11568
i've tried a total of 6 shirts from uniqlo different seasons/years all in the same size which is my regular size extra small slim fit/regular fit. fit was always bad on me. i don't mind paying more for a shirt if i know the cut works better for me. right now the only things i own from unqilo is the ma-1 and heattech items. heattech longjohns and longsleeves are great for staying warm without bulking up on layers too much in the cold.
post #9854 of 11568
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Originally Posted by ClambakeSkate View Post

Uniqlo knits SUCK.

You can spend $40 and get a few WEARS before it starts to look like shit or spend like $200 and get a few YEARS of solid wear... and even when the more expensive sweater is full of holes it will probably look better than the uniqlo one.

I will likely never stop buying their oxford shirts though, they're great for the price.

what cashmere are you dropping $200 on and getting years of wear? have both a merino and cashmere v neck and totally impressed by the quality/cost on these
post #9855 of 11568
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

why would you buy uniqlo knits when woolovers exists?


because a lot of the designs are completely different?

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