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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. wttm

    wttm Well-Known Member

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    How are the vintage chinos nowadays?

    I don't see them at Uniqlo around my way.
     
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    Decent for the price. Fabric and construction is fine, fit is pretty much straight, ut not way too loose.
     
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    Heads up, stopped by today, MA-1 released in GREEN, Green with a little bit of sheen, same cut, same price. IMO the best color outta the collection. Didn't buy due the roomy arm hole.
     
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    What's up with UniQlo UK being almost out of the OCBD?
     
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    I can't seem to find the ss pocket tees on the website, anyone know if this model was from a previous season? They were still there just a few weeks ago
     
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    those exact ones, thanks!
     
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    How often does Uniqlo release a Herringbone blazer? Is the dark grey tweed closest that can be expected for the year?
     
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    I don't think they've ever released a Herringbone blazer.

    The tweed jackets are pretty nice. They're not as thick as last year's (which were pretty great), but still a good buy.
     
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    Stopped in today and was actually contemplating their herringbone blazer, it seems they've solved some of their fit problems. Still, I'm having a hard time justifying $100 for something that I know is sub-standard. It definitely won't last more than a few seasons, and seems to wrinkle pretty easily. Has anyone actually bought one of these pieces that can speak to their longevity?

    MA-1 fits/looks great as everyone else has stated.

    Also, they're using a much better material on their colored jeans this season. Definitely picking up a few pairs for $20 a pop.
     
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    [​IMG]

    I'm liking the MA-1, except the trim is already pilling after two or three wears. That's what you get for a $40 jacket I guess.
     
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    Are those the uniqlo sweats? How'd you size.

    Just saw they rolled out wool blend suits. 40% wool. If that's going to replace the Tasmanian wool suits I'm very disappointed
     
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    Seriously, someone talk me out of this before I buy it on my way home from work. Not sure if I can find something similar without spending ~$300-400.
     
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    Do you know of a better option for $100?
     
  17. oboy_oboy

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    I'm not sure it's "better" but it's another option. Not sure about the super slim lapels.

    Gap X GQ Bespoken blazer (image goes to gap.com). $118

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  18. jet

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    lol @ uniqlo sweats
     
  19. ChetB

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    They're Nike.
     
  20. AntiHero84

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    You make a good argument.



    Yes, it's an option. But what I liked about the Uniqlo version is that they're finally cutting the jacket hems lower, so the actually cover part of my ass.

    It looks like my choice is made. Thanks for the input.
     

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