The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    i wish uniqlo would just have a online webstore so i could see what is in stock in xs. i hate to put a order in with suddenlee to find out none of it is in stock. do they automatically put a hold on the amount on your card before they go to see if its in stock?
     
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    You can try calling customer service - wouldn't trust their info on +J 100% though since they aren't always accurate
     
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    ceoceo Senior member

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    yes
     
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    i'm about to cop everything +J LOL
     
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    Was honestly surprised to see the +J Wool Tapered Pants were $30 when I brought them to the register today.

    Just hemmed them. Awesome fitting pants for the winter.
     
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    Damn didn't even realize those were down to $30. The pair I bought fit me great. Might see if they have any left, that and a duffel in M or L
     
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    Yeah, those wool pants are nice for winter, got 3 pairs . Still need to get them hemmed though.
     
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    How heavy are they? Looking for some cheap year-round / 3 season pants.
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    How much is the +j stretch cardi now shit ain't updated on the site.

    Which of the pants in your guys opinion is the best, tapered obviously.
     
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    They're definitely not heavy. They actually remind me of just regular suit pants (I think they're supposed to be part of the +J suit, lol, oh well). I can definitely rock these for 3 seasons.

    Here's a pic from the site:

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    Looking for those wool flannel in black and navy, 31, if anyone's looking to sell.
     
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    All this pants talk made me wish the wool flannel tapered pants worked for me. The top block was just too baggy. I can't seem to find anything similar.
     
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    Which oxfords is the best currently from uniqlo? for f/w
     
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    Ayo, what size do you wear in the shawl collar knit? I may make a suddenlee order soon.
     
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    M , they run pretty big
     

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