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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. JackTheRipper

    JackTheRipper Senior Member

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    Damn. It's like what, 10C in Finland and the jacket isn't warm enough already?
     


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    I'd disagree, it's not far off the same temperature here in britain and it's fine with the lining, really warm.
     


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    ^ at night, that is. ~5 degrees + wind is putting it through its paces.
     


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    Just by itself or do you wear like a fleece/sweater under the parka?
     


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    I wore it zipped up with just a tee in ~5/10 degree weather the other day and felt fine, but i guess some people feel the cold more than others
     


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    Just layer under it. Done.
     


  7. JackTheRipper

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    Ha, well I know that... Just wanted to see how warm the thing is by itself as a way to gauge how useful it'll be during winter.
     


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    I've never heard much of uniqlo.

    Am I correct to assume it's in the ballpark similar to H&M and Zara? in terms of price and quality
     


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    Is the t-000 cut I see mentioned here the same thing as the skinny tapered models on the website?
     


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    Better quality.
     


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    I'd say the ratio of quality:price is higher for Uniqlo than H&M and Zara.
     


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    so on the fence over this.

    y/n?

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    I like it. The curved stitching above the chest looks quite Nordic somehow, and the colourway is good.
     


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    Someone posted fit pics of that in here. It looks better there than on the website. I say go for it.
     


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