The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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  2. PattyC

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    Got my DB blazer this morning, just wanted to give a shoutout to Crohnoes and Plei89, both gentlemen went above and beyond for my proxy order, can't recommend them enough. This is the best picture I managed to take, unfortunately I don't have any decent full length mirrors in my house. I'm 6'2 160 lbs, and size small fits great, kind of wish it was double vented but ah well.

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    Is the duffle closeable with a zip or something? Otherwise it's pretty useless in the windy winter...
     


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    PattyC,
    Sorry but the fit looks off. Shoulders don't seem to fit right and the sleeves are too short. Just my 2 cents, take it for what it's worth. But I do agree that double vents would have been much better. I would definitely keep mine if it was double vented. Now I'm on the fence.
     


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    I think it's just mostly the way I'm positioned that's having the sleeve ride up a tad, I think the shoulders fit perfect to be honest but thanks for the feedback.
     


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    Sorry if this has already been asked but do they have US sizing in store? I am doing a proxy with sudenlee and want to make sure I order the correct size, but the only thing I can find on their site is based on centimeters and it doesn't have an inseam listed.
     


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    bumfp
     


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    No zip on the duffle.
     


  9. Timbaland

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    Go to the UK site and click on an item's size chart. It will show measeurements.
     


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    I did that but for some reason it only showed waist sizes and no inseam.
     


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    Anybody have the hidden placket shirt? It's probably the only piece that really interests me, I'm wondering how the quality and fit is
     


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    Trousers are typically 34 inseam unless stated, but there are exceptions...
     


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    i dont know about this year, but in previous years it has had a zipper hidden behind the toggles.
     


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    Very slim and very thin.
     


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    shawl collar jacket still around?
    according to measurements I would need XL
     


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