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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. sholom

    sholom Senior member

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    If anyone wants a NWT slim fit oxford in XS in light blue at cost PM me. I just bought one and its a tad big
     
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  2. JezeC

    JezeC Senior member

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    You bought an XS but it's slightly big? I'm not sure which brands will fit you then.
     
  3. baxter0

    baxter0 Well-Known Member

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    I don't know why you're surpsised, even the slim fit isn't slim.
     
  4. SmileForum

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    You guys really need to look at their size chart, it's quite accurate and specific about every top...
     
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  5. Mark_Y

    Mark_Y Senior member

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    Eat a cheeseburger.... or two.
     
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    I'll disagree with this - I bought the gray and black - not sure what you mean by shape? It's nice and slouchy, like sweatpants should be. I like my inseam to be longer on my sweatpants because they stack nicely. Slimmer than the last iteration of sweatpants too.

    Material is fleece, similar to their sweatshirts.
     
  7. misterburns

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    looking at ordering a pair of the seamless low rise boxer briefs, has anyone tried these? the only review mentions them not being as comfortable because theres no pouch

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  8. baxter0

    baxter0 Well-Known Member

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    I'm wondering how accurate the size chart is for their polo shirts, because according to it i need to get a small and i've never worn a small in my life. A S is the same as a M polo that they had late last year.
     
  9. reedobandito

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    I have a few pairs of those low rise boxers, be warned that they are fairly tiny, and when I bend over wearing them they do not cover my ass completely haha

    I personally would pass
     
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    I'd pass on the low rise unless you're a very small person and wear low rise pants only.
     
  11. momentoftruth

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    measurements aren't accurate then. If anything a S this year sizes smaller than last year. At least if you're talking about the dry pique polos
     
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    Here's the chambray in XS, site measurements are correct except pit to pit is just shy of 19.5". I'm about 5' 6", 135

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  13. j0emama

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    Opinions please: which one is the keeper? FYI it's mostly gonna be worn mostly untucked.

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    or 2.)
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    Also how much shrinkage can I expect from these? Could I get significant shrinkage in the length and waist area?
     
  14. K. Nights

    K. Nights Senior member

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    Number one is WAY too tight. Number two is probably too tight.
     
  15. Walt Thizzney

    Walt Thizzney Well-Known Member

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    both those look stupid fam....
     
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  16. einstine

    einstine Senior member

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    Calvin Klein makes the best briefs, worth the money.
     
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    edit
     
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  18. ChetB

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    • Yeah but they all have "CALVIN KLEIN" in 120 pt type on the waistband.
     
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    And that's why they're the best briefs. I feel invincible when my junk's adorned with Calvin's name.
     
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    They are HORRIBLE. Here are some reasons why:

    • Very flat hardly no pouch (trust me it hurts!) (Uniqlo is forgetting us Americans got big ones!)
    • The material feels like female panties.
    • Runs very TIGHT. Poof your junk is gone!

    I've given up on Uniqlo underwear.

    I'm now rocking some Urban Outfitters trunks (3 for $24) that have a much bigger pouch, good comfy cotton with spandex.

    I might try out some Calvin Klein. :foo:
     

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