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nepats81

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you're definitely wrong bro. Uniform truly epitomize the elevated basics approach and they are second to none in this space. They create their own fabrics further separating themselves from tons of other brands offering basics. The newest twisted supima is some of the best material ive ever felt, and that comes after the twisted tri blend, which is right up there as well

Name me one company doing what they are doing, using the materials they do, at the price points they offer these premium pieces for

if copying a company is defined by selling premium basics such as tees, sweats, and hoodies, the whole streetwear industry is in trouble. Uniform is a leader in this space to boot

This past year alone, JE has released black waxed denim and a shoe that looks eerily similar to converse. Their edition one runner can easily be mistaken for another brand, and their chelsea boots look identical to boots released by several separate companies. Im not calling JE a copier, but you're out to lunch in pointing your finger at uniform, of all companies

On another note, I received the rubbers in. Really impressed by how they fit more like carbons vs obsidians. Very comfortable. In comparison to other waxed denim I have, they fall short of the treatment in my opinion. Saint laurent's waxed denim has a regular denim feeling hand, almost like its woven into the fabric somehow, alongside some baked in creases. Where the rubbers feel more like the treatment is on the surface layer only, sticking to everything and attracting lint way more than comparable waxed offerings. Out of the bag, they also look more like leather vs waxed denim just due to no creasing for what thats worth

all in all, they look dope and are a solid effort. On sale, they came in just under the saint Laurent joints which is a plus. With higher price points come higher expectations


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Agree 100%. Go buy a UniformLA t-shirt, their new fabric is the GOAT.

I dont get the hate, more quality options for us to buy is a good thing.
 

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I love a Uni tee as much as the next guy but what's with the lack of love for Anti-Expos these days? I only have one but I'm thinking of getting another off the SSENSE sale, the raw detailing adds a nice touch to a simple fit and they're still pretty relaxed fit
 

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I love a Uni tee as much as the next guy but what's with the lack of love for Anti-Expos these days? I only have one but I'm thinking of getting another off the SSENSE sale, the raw detailing adds a nice touch to a simple fit and they're still pretty relaxed fit
I love the AEs. I'd say the one thing JE does better than most in the same bubble of fashion is colors for basics. I'm not much into the tie dye stuff, but when the product photos are accurate (acai was way off, for example) the tee colors can be really good. I have one of the new Uniform pocket shirts in black which seems decent for the one time I've worn it thus far, but I think more could be done in the way of colors there.
 

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I love a Uni tee as much as the next guy but what's with the lack of love for Anti-Expos these days? I only have one but I'm thinking of getting another off the SSENSE sale, the raw detailing adds a nice touch to a simple fit and they're still pretty relaxed fit
I recently tried one of mine on after a long long time of them sitting, and I hated the front length. It was excessive. Everything else about the tee is still great, outside of that. Unfortunately, that’s what stands out when worn. The best AE cut was the Marble AE. Had to size up but if you did, it was more of a boxy, shorter cut. Still has some length in front due to the AE design, but the wash made them run shorter.
 

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I recently tried one of mine on after a long long time of them sitting, and I hated the front length. It was excessive. Everything else about the tee is still great, outside of that. Unfortunately, that’s what stands out when worn. The best AE cut was the Marble AE. Had to size up but if you did, it was more of a boxy, shorter cut. Still has some length in front due to the AE design, but the wash made them run shorter.
Yeah I regrettably sold my Marble AE because I felt like it was too short at the time. Now I feel like my regular AEs are too long!
 

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I love a Uni tee as much as the next guy but what's with the lack of love for Anti-Expos these days? I only have one but I'm thinking of getting another off the SSENSE sale, the raw detailing adds a nice touch to a simple fit and they're still pretty relaxed fit
Replica is still my favorite but 95% of my JE tees are AEs. Can't get enough of them. Thanks for alerting me to the sale. You can get pretty crazy low prices for AEs off here too.

Also agree w/ others about the Marble AE. My favorite AE for sure.
 

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