The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    not enough pockets [​IMG]
     
  2. ArsenalDan

    ArsenalDan Senior member

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    Note: Please refrain from buying Uniqlo selvage denim. The only denim you should buy from Uniqlo is the T-000/S-001 ($30-40 range).
    Why's this? And also, that cheaper line is not raw and can be bought TTS, correct?
     
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    lemmywinks Senior member

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    ^ I don't know why he would do that. My first pair of raw denim were a pair of Uniqlo selvage raws and I couldn't be happier for the $20 I paid for them.
     
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    My mistake, don't buy any Uniqlo selvage denim at retail or if they are the newer released ones. The quality is horrendous. Save up for APC, which recently jumped up to $175, I believe. The UJ denim (cheaper line) is indeed not raw and it's best if you size down 1, considering it stretches.
    not enough pockets [​IMG]
    I gotta keep my stash somewhere. [​IMG]
     
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    ville_e Senior member

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    @ pseudonym : What are the T-000/S-001 models? Can you find straight leg jeans in these models?

    If looking for raw selvage jeans in a straight leg cut which models should one go for?
     
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    NaTionS Senior member

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    Straight is T-002 I believe.
     
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    Yika Senior member

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    Straight is T-002 I believe.


    Found this info on the net

    S - Straight Leg
    B - Boot Leg
    T - Tapered Leg

    000 - Lowest rise; skinny fit through thighs.
    001 - Lower rise; slim fit through thighs.
    002 - Regular rise; Regular fit.
     
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    Found this info on the net

    S - Straight Leg
    B - Boot Leg
    T - Tapered Leg

    000 - Lowest rise; skinny fit through thighs.
    001 - Lower rise; slim fit through thighs.
    002 - Regular rise; Regular fit.


    ok i'll guess i'll go for mij raw selvage in either T002 or S002
     
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    If I am have a 40 inch chest, would I need a M or L for the blue +J jacket?
     
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    ManofKent Senior member

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    Need a few basics.

    Is the fit on the long sleeve T's and Oxford shirts pretty close to their Flannel shirts? (Been caught out with their sizing before...).
     
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    Never bought an Oxford, but I can happily rock a S or even a XS in their flannel, while an S in the long sleeve t clings to me like oil on a Kentish goose.
     
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    im goin to uniqlo either tommorrow or thursday so if you need proxy send me your list by noon tomorrow.
     
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    ClambakeSkate Senior member

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    I wear size XS in the Oxfords and Flannels, but more comfortable in S for the few knit pieces I have from them (s/s tees, crewneck sweatshirts). I could probably get away with an XS but do not want to look like a douche.
     
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    I'll be there tomorrow morning to get a +J parka.
     
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    i have a small savings till the day uniqlo comes to LA and blow it all ....
     

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