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Does anyone have any recs for a lightweight windbreaker, plenty of pockets, slimfitting, with a packable hood? Need something for a summer vacation

Nau Urbane jacket has a snap off hood.
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are there any good new, affordable, tees for summer? or should i just get them from aa/uniqlo.
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^^ I like H&M´s new "premium cotton" tees, a bit shiny, supima-like. Seems to hold the shape after a couple of washes, but who knows further on.
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Get some summer uniqlo heat techs.
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are there any good new, affordable, tees for summer? or should i just get them from aa/uniqlo.

Check the wolfvsgoat thread - range of tees dropping for summer
post #9816 of 13895
On the subject of tees I have quite a few from silent that work pretty well for me, but doesn't look like there is a collection this season. Looks like Damir might have dropped the silent range?
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I have a hypothetical question. Would any of you guys ever be interested in jewelry boxes? For storing watches and such, something like the male range here: https://www.wolf1834.com/category/jewelry-boxes/

 

I know it's viewed as quite feminine, but many of my guy friends have theri expensive accessories just lying around. Seems odd they wouldn't consider it. It's for a an upcoming birthday anyway, but some opinions would be good.

post #9818 of 13895
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Get some summer uniqlo heat techs.

All my fucking regular Uniqlo tees seem to be super short now, same with Muji. I think I need L or XL for them to remain ok over the long run (note I have asian and european uniqlo so I might mistake one for the other).
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All my fucking regular Uniqlo tees seem to be super short now, same with Muji. I think I need L or XL for them to remain ok over the long run (note I have asian and european uniqlo so I might mistake one for the other).

Dunno if this is your swag, but Club Monaco t's are cheap-ish and don't shrink like Uniqlos
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All my fucking regular Uniqlo tees seem to be super short now, same with Muji. I think I need L or XL for them to remain ok over the long run (note I have asian and european uniqlo so I might mistake one for the other).

I wore the shit out of uniqlo supima shirts since 06 but stopped buying them about a year and half ago because new ones shrank at least four inches in length. This was with a cold wash and low heat, it went from an xl to a medium. Absolutely horrid.
post #9821 of 13895
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Dunno if this is your swag, but Club Monaco t's are cheap-ish and don't shrink like Uniqlos

I don't really care where they come from TBH, Uniqlo and Muji are just more convenient.
post #9822 of 13895
I'm a muji t stalwart but they do shrink. Was buying L for a while as a true medium and now I'm finding I prefer XL. After a wash the L basically turns into a medium. eh. I go for the organic ones, they feel slightly nicer to me. possibly projected.
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I've had sizing consistency issues with J-Crew and Uniqlo t-shirts pretty frequently so I've been looking elsewhere for go-to t-shirts. DSTLD has some nice t-shirts with a more modern cut and nice washes. They are cut pretty slim and long though, so not really that great to wear with just jeans or shorts but good for layering. I tried some Buck Mason t-shirts recently that I was pretty pleased with. If you look past the cliched "timeless, updated classics" copy on the website their t-shirts are pretty nice. Fits and drapes nicely and has a curved hem and good length. The neck opening is a little tight for my liking and the sleeves are maybe a bit short, but otherwise pretty solid. Both are around $30. Not sure what other options are out there that are reasonably priced. John Elliot looks nice but no way I'm paying $100 for a t-shirt.

post #9824 of 13895
Isaora (merino ones are thin, but have a good cut), bread and boxers, Hanes, 3sixteen, merz (they are shortish though)...
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