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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. juliettes

    juliettes Active Member

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    i got one of the solid colored flannels, fits a little looser than an ocbd i bought 2 months ago. def thinner than my flannel from 2 years ago. still pretty happy about the way the texture looks though, for $20.
     
  2. Melbush

    Melbush Well-Known Member

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    Ok cool. Hope there will be some left on Sat afternoon
     
  3. t3hg0suazn

    t3hg0suazn Well-Known Member

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    thanks! just ordered some black tapered + some normal (non-urban) sweatpants. the urban ones didn't seem worth the extra money
     
  4. ruahatu

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    I'm living in France.
     
  5. jwusoccer

    jwusoccer Active Member

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    Just got some of the flannel in and I'm really liking the cut. They're slimmer than last year's flannel and there isn't any billowing in the back anymore.
     
  6. sepp

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    The flannels has great slim cut but I find the sleeves abit too short for me. Need to size up from M to L.


    Perhaps they take into account for wearing an under layer for winter countries.
     
  7. cirno

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    anyone try on the premium down coat? is xs a lot more slim compared to the small?
     
  8. lowk

    lowk Well-Known Member

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    so size up on this years flannels from last years?
     
  9. CityMap

    CityMap Well-Known Member

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    I stopped by Uniqlo yesterday.
    Peacoat or Duffel Coat?
    I liked the duffel coat, my gf prefers the peacoat, but my sister hates both and suggests non-Uniqlo brands [​IMG]
     
  10. ClambakeSkate

    ClambakeSkate Well-Known Member

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    Your sister sounds smart.

    For outerwear, go for quality if you can afford it. It'll last you a lot longer and a peacoat or duffle will never really be out of style, so might as well buy a decent coat.
     
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  11. hipster

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    only have this years flannels so cant compare to last years but im 6ft 155lbs and size S fits pretty much perfectly
     
  12. anonymouz

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    I have this year's camo flannel and in the same size it's definitely slimmer and shorter (both sleeve and overall length) than last year's flannels. I like the new fit but I'll have to avoid putting it in the dryer.
     
  13. bennyy

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    finally got to order my size 29 +J pants[​IMG]
     
  14. derv

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    Does anyone know if the +j down parka has a hoodie and is it removable?
     
  15. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    I just got the black watch flannel, which as far as I can tell, fits exactly the same as my green frankenstein from last year. (I literally just changed out one for the other). I guess I could get some measurements later. (IIRC, the fit last year might have even varied by color. :facepalm: )
     
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  16. caseyfud

    caseyfud Well-Known Member

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    my tapered pants came in yesterday and they seem as great as I'd hoped they'd be.
     
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  17. jhwendland

    jhwendland Well-Known Member

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    I think you might have sold their lambswool short. I stuck away from the cardigan and V-neck, but the crewneck isn't that bad. Granted, I've only been wearing mine for a day, but so far it at least seems better than anything J Crew has to offer, which is pretty impressive considering it goes for one third the price of a comparable J Crew sweater.
     
  18. kindofyoung

    kindofyoung Well-Known Member

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    Black/some other color? And how did you size?

    Oh you weren't talking about jeans, nevermind
     
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  19. Melbush

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    Just checked them and wasn't really impressed. The striped pants seem to be made of a ticker wool. The shirts look good but it's still fifty bucks for a uniqlo
     
  20. Bortelli

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    The New mountain parka is not that warm
    More or less the same except its much thicker and contains less nylon.
     

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