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NonChalant321

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Really like the mainline heattech warm lined pants, and even more the jwa fw19 version. The one con about both is that they pick up lint like crazy. My wife noticed the same thing with her heattech jeans, although the men's version i have doesn't have this problem. Anyone else notice this and figure out a solution?
 

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Does everything on the Japanese site eventually make it to UK / EU / US etc? They had those really nice half zip fleeces in a new set of colours but they've never appeared on the UK store... and have now gone from the Japanese site (presumably after selling out). There are some interesting oversized shirts currently available too (hickory and denim) but who knows whether they'll turn up.
 

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Hell yea on the new +J collection. Looks like there's some wide fit stuff in there which is great. +J is now too slim for me.
 

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I'll wait for better product shots but nothing really catches my eye (but i'm not surprised). It's all a bit too 'clean' for my taste. Might be interested in the bomber.

I saw that here in the UK they've got rid of free returns and instead now charge £2.95. They've done it under the guise of sustainability and cutting down on unnecessary orders... which feels a bit galling considering how inconsistent sizing can be, the mostly terrible product / model shots (i still find it hilarious that for the zip fleeces they have people wearing 3 or 4 layers underneath them... how is that helpful?), not to mention there's still a pandemic on and shops are closed.
 

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I'll wait for better product shots but nothing really catches my eye (but i'm not surprised). It's all a bit too 'clean' for my taste. Might be interested in the bomber.

I saw that here in the UK they've got rid of free returns and instead now charge £2.95. They've done it under the guise of sustainability and cutting down on unnecessary orders... which feels a bit galling considering how inconsistent sizing can be, the mostly terrible product / model shots (i still find it hilarious that for the zip fleeces they have people wearing 3 or 4 layers underneath them... how is that helpful?), not to mention there's still a pandemic on and shops are closed.
Same feelings, too. There may be some interesting stitch details and cuts best seen in person. I'm actually only interested in the double pocket blouson and stand collar shirt. The suiting I feel is like mainline Uniqlo already (which is actually improving somehow), I may just be looking for that +J tailored silhouette the initial seasons had - and the lining is polyester which they could've used cupro for a bit more breathability. The selvedge looks interesting, although it's slim fit and has 2% polyurethane for stretch. We'll see on launch day to judge properly, but I feel like I can save more money this season haha.
 

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