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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Eupfhoria

    Eupfhoria Well-Known Member

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    if anyone cares:

    the blocktech fullzip jacket fits a little big: I have mediums in all the shirts, sweaters, and whatnot, but got a small in this

    sweatpants also seem a little bigger than the size chart says on the US site. The medium size sweats are about an inch longer than according to the chart

    the navy heattech fairisle beanie actually looks more like purple (but fits fine)
     
  2. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    So, I think I have to size up on those damn twill jeans :fu:

    I don't want to go to the city this weekend either :fu:

    Shit sucks. If anyone wants some pairs in 32x34 PM me.
     
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  3. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    toast u in the bay? wat wat
     
  4. ILikeBacon

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  5. gettoasty

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    Yup

    So, does anyone actually own the twill jeans aside from me? Wondering if the thigh will stretch.
     
  6. Fycus

    Fycus Senior member

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    I had to size up on my twill jeans, but ymmv. The thighs stretch like any other pair of jeans, but I keep mine washed so it shrinks down. I'm normally between a 32-33 and I sized 33. I could probably do a 32 no problem but I preferred the slouchier fit. To be honest, the powdersoft overdyed black jeans I sized up to a 33 in are way too big in the waist and I'll probably have to get a 32 or the waist altered.
     
  7. gettoasty

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    I picked up green, gray and black.

    31 I tried on back in Aug/Sept were way too tight. I tried on the 32x34 real quick and found them comfortable, but now I'm wondering if a 33 would have been better. I think we the same size. :fu: which means I probably would be better suited in a 33. My bro thinks these are skinny jeans and I keep telling him they slim fit. #dead
     
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    I sized up one in the slim twill (from 31-32) and they were a little bit tight in the thigh but they have stretched some after a few wears.
     
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    Well my TTS I would say typically is 32/M/48/38. So, sounds like I need a 33 :fu:

    You guys in the bay think it would be safe to take the BART this weekend, Sat.? Takes an hour for me to get to Powell.
     
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    this one?
     
  11. mythage

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    toasty how much you sellin your twills for? im tts 31 so i think they might fit me
     
  12. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    I sized down 1 on twills. Like sizing down 3 on APC NS. As a matter of fact the fit is pretty similar
     
  13. McCurry

    McCurry Senior member

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but there is no such thing as Twlight jeans. It is just some slang that we made up on SF? Google can't even find it, Googles finds everything
     
  14. sexonfabric

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    Twills definitely require sizing up...I too can confirm this. If anyone want 34x34 in grey/blue/black then holla at me.
     
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    Does anyone know if the Extra Fine Broadcloth shirts fit similar to the flannel shirts? I'm a large in the flannels, but was wondering if I need to go XL in the broadcloth?

    Thanks!
     
  16. Coldsnap

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    I sized up one then sewed down the box pleat.
     
  17. Ecco

    Ecco Senior member

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    Does anyone proxy Uniqlo from England/have a method to get stuff off that site? I want to get some shit that the US Uniqlo doesn't have on their site.
     
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    I offer a free proxy service. More details in the thread in my signature.
     
  19. Ecco

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    Thanks. I'll be in touch.
     
  20. dunelly

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    I got the tasmanian wool pants in grey 29 waist if anyone wants b4 i return
     

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