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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Winston S.

    Winston S. Senior member

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    I feel different on these particular points.

    Socks: Happy socks are garbage as stated elsewhere. They don't hold up very well at all.

    Belts: I've had two since they opened in Soho (NYC) and they both feel cheaper than other belts that I have and it's tough to get a good size on them since they don''t do it by waist size.

    T-Shirts: I think you're better off with American Apparel on this one, but there is a price difference in the two.
     


  2. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    everything is longer too.
     


  3. slstr

    slstr Senior member

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    By using the search function

    (size up)
     


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    Really helpful
     


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    Pretty sure Uniqlo does the specific sizing for the items on each page. Just check their measurements.


    Edit: just realized they aren't on the website (from what I can tell)
     
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  7. Coldsnap

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    They are there, but no leg opening
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    because the size on the label matters apparently
     


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    im wondering about this too
     


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    man... i want +J back
     


  11. Winston S.

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    I think this was discussed earlier in the thread. If you search Tasmanian only in this thread it should be pretty easy to find. Think there were pictures too.
     


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    me too.. me too
     


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    Regarding heattech sizing, I think if you're wearing it solely as an under layer you should go TTS. But I wear my heattech on its own sometimes on brisk days (I live in Cali) and I sized up one. I'm a typical M across the board, but for heattech I go for an L and it fits near perfectly. Of course, I don't get the skin tight fit that some people were talking about earlier in the thread. It fits more like a normal t would. My heattech has also been through multiple washes and it doesn't really stretch or shrink all too much. Really good buy though.
     
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    Heattech is TTS. And I find Japanese sizing way better for me, M in US - XL in Japanese. It's more shruken so length is better for me
     


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    For heattech wear large normally and sized up to x-large for a regular shirt fit. It's a bit longer and a touch looser than their regular large t's, but I didn't want a baselayer fit.
     


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