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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    Nothing is ever that nice, nothing is perfect - Fok
     
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    MA-1 Blouson in Burgundy fit pics:
    http://imgur.com/a/f46e3

    I am 6'2" 195.. in Size L.
    A bit poofy like usual:

    Thoughts?
     
  4. tried on those uniqlo sneakers. they're really uncomfortable
     
  5. nepats81

    nepats81 Well-Known Member

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    how are the undershirts these days? The ones I bought in 2014 or 2015 all ended up shrinking really badly.
     
  6. jet

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    Crew, fits baggy so may not be what some are looking for. It could easily sell for over $100, the material is great.

    The olive knit turned out to be a very nice color.

    I got an extra warm and ultra warm thermal, the ultra is unbelievable thick for a tee.
     
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    ^ Jet, you approve of the Heattech Ultra Warm tees?

    I tried them on in-store and like the fabric, but the insulation is ridiculous (basically traps all body heat).
     
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    Crew looked real dumb on me.

    I'm on to fence about stocking up on heattech vs merino wool. I gotta use a laundromat and heattech gets me about 2-3 days before washing vs merino almost week.
     
  9. mythage

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    Do people size up on the uniqlo U stuff? I sized up on my uniqlo lemaire from last season
     
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    I think if anything you size down.
     
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    I've only tried it on will have to see what it's like when I wear it.
     
  12. Coldsnap

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    Do the regular cotton sweatpants (10% poly) stretch / bag out a ton?
     
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    Mine have stayed tts. any bagging out or stretching goes away in the drier.
     
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    The one that is on promotion today?

    Yes, they stretch a bit.
     
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    how are the:

    seamless down coat
    warm tech down coat
    stretch wool blended down jacket

    looking for an affordable piece of outerwear for this already-brutal NYC winter

    thanks
     
  16. jet

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    This ultra warm heattech ain't ultra warm. I don't know man almost feel as if it breathes instead of retaining heat, not sure how that works since it's all synthetic.

    Wore it around the house and at no point was I warm and toasty while inside.
     
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    I got some Ultra warm heattech for homegirl and she said they sucked. I'm going full Merino wool base layer this winter it's going to be a cold one
     
  18. Zassiliss

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    yeah, not a fan of the ultra warm heat tech, regular heat tech + merino wool is more than enough
     
  19. jet

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    What's good for merino? You guys seen duckworth brand? Made here and like 60 bux.
     
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    Any recommendations on merino long john's?
     

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