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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. ruahatu

    ruahatu Active Member

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    Uniqlo x Plokov become Uniqlo x Cancer :

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    translation :
    "this product contains preventive fungicide, the triclosan and carbendazyme to protect the product. these properties do not protect users or their surroundings against micro-organisms. Always clean and wash this carefully before and after each use"
     
  2. hamm23

    hamm23 Senior member

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    Can anyone give some insight on how the flannels fit? I'm usually a medium in most regular fit J.Crew, although they can get a bit snug across the chest. Not sure if I should go medium or large with Uniqlo.
     
  3. notwithit

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    Offhand, I would guess you would want a large.
     
  4. Kid Nickels

    Kid Nickels Senior member

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    Where do you live? I'm pretty sure they were only supposed to send those to Canada.
     
  5. phosej

    phosej Senior member

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    Re: ULD sizing, imo they run large. I'm a 36 chest, take a small in tops across the board, and I went with a XS. The S would've worked for me though if I wanted a baggier, looser fit
     
  6. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    got my +j order in. didn't get a chance to try on the dress shirts, but the denim shirt is nice. nice slim fit, definitely a "tuck" length. pretty lightweight. i'd honestly consider it a chambray more than a denim shirt.
     
  7. Timbaland

    Timbaland Senior member

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    Did you get the pants? Anyone know if the quality is the same as before?
     
  8. t3hg0suazn

    t3hg0suazn Senior member

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    does any place in NY still have +J tapered pants in 29? Might use suddenlee again if they do...or hope they still have some in a month
     
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    Looks like the new tapered wool pants are more flannel-like than the previous iteration. My older pants have a smoother hand.

    Or maybe my older pants aren't even the flannel ones. I don't remember.
     
  10. K. Nights

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    Armholes on the short down parka are extremely high. I'm sending it back, I don't want a coat I can't wear a sweater underneath.
     
  11. randomkoreandude

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    if anyone sees the +J grey flannel suit jacket/blazer in small (non stripe version) let me know. cant seem to find it anywhere :(
     
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  12. noobedloser

    noobedloser Senior member

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    ^im pretty sure I saw one at south coast but there wasnt much left of anything for the suits in general
     
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    I think the SF store had one. But that was last Saturday. No idea if it's still there.

    I am looking for the navy stripe pants in 29 though.
     
  14. arcturuz

    arcturuz Well-Known Member

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    the +J slim fit dress shirts feels tight at my shoulders, need to size up
     
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    How does their UL down parka compare to your outdoor staples (patagonia, mountain hardware, etc.)? As well constructed and warm?
     
  16. Raindrop

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    Yeah the fit is a bit awkward. Medium is too tight on my shoulders and L is a tad long.

    Bought 3 in L and will try to make them work though.

    I tried the down parka (both the wool short and the polyester long) and they both pretty warm but you can't really compare to the outdoor stuff (the fit is infinitely superior however).
     
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  17. Melbush

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    Need to know that too. If anyone has received a 29 black wool trousers that does not fit, send me a message please.
     
  18. notwithit

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    Long shot, but does anyone have a spare pair of urban sweat cargo pants in black in a small? They restocked the grey ones but black is still sold out.
     
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    diniro Senior member

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    black and grey just restocked in most sizes
     
  20. notwithit

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    Damn, thought you were responding to my post for a second. :confused:
     

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