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The Uniqlo Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. fireflygrave

    fireflygrave Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone speak to the accuracy of the measurements on the outerwear? considering the black duffle coat for a winter beater (don't need it to be ultra warm, in memphis here) and want to size it right, particularly as its got structured shoulders

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  2. c00kz

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    I tried it on, it seemed really soft and unstructured like a fleece. I didn't like it. Is there only one version floating around?
     
  3. fireflygrave

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    unstructured actually sounds preferable to me, i can always return it if it sucks right? :eek:
     
  4. jay3429

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    He's not talking about the toggle coat.
     
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    For what its worth, I heard people complaining about the quality of the peacoats this season. I'm assuming that the toggle coat is made out of the same fabric, so you probably should expect the same level of disappointment.
     
  7. jet

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    i thought about the pants for work beaters (can pick up rl suit for 150 if i was goin that route)

    tasmanian suit looks pretty decent
     
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  8. Bexcellence

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    any idea when Uniqlo restocks their website?
     
  9. jet

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    i imagine all the time just check that shit every other day they pump out 2 million pieces of clothing a day on a conveyor belt bro
     
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  11. Coldsnap

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    all sizes avail on that one for me
     
  12. gort

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    Damn Hurricane Sandy. I want to buy more stuff.
     
  13. rolledcollar

    rolledcollar Well-Known Member

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    The former UNIQLO pop-up location here in San Francisco on Post St. is reopening today. I walked by it yesterday and saw a sign out front.
     
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    ohhhh shhiet, im guessing itll stock some UU?
     
  15. corneliusparky

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    Wow, I'm loving this down jacket. Pretty slim and awesomely warm. Feels like it was made for me. I'm so prev level... I enjoy my Uniqlo purchases most out of any. Thanks for sizing advice guys, S fits me perfect. I got the colorblock one which seems to be an inch smaller in the chest than the main one.
     
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    Blues still available but the purple's sold out. Color options not even listed anymore. :(
     
  17. ipractice

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    My Uniqlo order came in the mail today... I picked up one of these after your recommendation and its easily my favorite purchase in the order. Warm and comfortable, especially with the thick collar. And $20!

    Also got some fair isles socks which are longer than I had hoped, but I like the design and they were cheap. The Fair Isles sweater I got is kind of disappointing though. Material feels light and crappy. Now I remember why I don't even bother with cheap knits...

    BTW, everything I ordered, from sweatshirts, to jackets, to knits fit TTS. I've always been a medium in Uniqlo stuff except for the oxfords.
     
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    wearing a heat tech tee today. need to pick more of these up. glad i sized up.
     
  19. WhiteFox

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    The price of the knits weren't the problem, it was the fact that they were made mostly out of synthetic fabrics.
     
  20. Coldsnap

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    heat tech under flannel is pretty awesome. I need to re-buy all mine in Medium now, smalls are skin tight.
     

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