The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. JinxyJ08

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    I'm so glad you're here to guide us. Thanks sooo much.
     


  2. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    anyone see the COTTON MILITARY SHORT BLOUSON?

    Where can I find the shoulder and most importantly chest measurements for the small and medium.
     


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    Maybe try the UK Uniqlo site
     
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    Does anyone have measurement for the 32" waist Tasmanian Wool pants? (slim fit)

    Curious to see how they compare to Howard Yount pants:
    Knee 22" down - 9.75"
    Ankle - 8.125"
    Rise - 10.25"
     


  5. RicPac

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    Anybody think its worth to pick up the cord pants? Or is it just a passing trend?
     


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    I bought a pair of $20 jeans from Uniqlo months ago and I'd like another pair in black. But I haven't seen any jeans for $20 at all now. Are they ever coming back?
     


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    Hey, earlier this year Uniqlo in NYC had some Dri-Fit black slacks (54% cotton, 43% Poly, 3% elastane). If anyone knows where I could get another pair in black 29" Waist, please let me know. Also, they're not the dri-fit chinos, which are 100% cotton and, well, chinos.
     


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    Desi Senior member

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    The full +J item list. In Japanese: here ya go
     


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    Would you find out if there are any plans for an LA store? This thread fills me with envy.
     
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    Thanks for the link. Collab is going out with a bang. Lots of good pieces.
     


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    Man, I wanna cop everything. Why must it be so difficult
     


  12. gettoasty

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    i want everything ...
     


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    Desi Senior member

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    I plan to just go in and pick up a duffle (gray or blue) and the gold ring belt. If I stay too long I'll end up with knits and and another jacket like the wool/nylon hybrid or the 2-in-one . Come back mid October to stock up on shirts.
     


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    Just a quick question, but are the sleeves shorter in general for the JP Uniqlo in comparison to the UK and US ones?

    Looking at size charts, and it seems to be ~1-1.5" shorter for outerwear.
     


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    I can always count on you!! Must buy ALL the pants! Outerwear is excellent.
     


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