The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Depends on which Uniqlo jeans and which Levi's jeans. If you're talking about the made in Japan Uniqlo jeans and the 514 Rigid Selvage jeans (pictured below), the Uniqlo jeans are way better. I wouldn't recommend the other Uniqlo selvage jeans (the made in China models), and I can't speak to other types of Levi's selvage jeans.

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    i mean the 501's shrink to fit
     
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    a price as well would be great.
     
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    Talked to a sales rep at Uniqlo yesterday. He said they'll be getting a few new +J pieces here and there toward the end of September, then a whole new batch beginning of October or so.
     
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    Tasmanian Wool suit [vs.] +J suit for everyday/year-round wear (e.g. for interviews, weddings, etc.)?

    - +J = slimmer
    - Tasmanian = not as great quality/fit

    Let me know what you think! XS + sz 30 pants fit me well in the +J.
     
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    also, non flannel VS flannel

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    Anybody have experience with the +J outerwear (down parka) ? Would be used in mild SF bay area winters only.
     
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    is 250+ too much to pay for their +j peacoat?

    and anyone have any experience with how it fits?
     
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    Selling a great +j blazer from past season for a steal. If it fit me, I would definitely keep it.
     
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    is it too big or too small?

    I tried on the peacoat. its nice, but kind of thin for a New York winter.
     
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    small :(

    never realized how slim +j ran.
     
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    i usually like to layer a small sweater so it should be amiright? quality and fit worth paying that amount?

    also, anyone else having a problem viewing their catalog on the US website? it only displays 1 or 2 items when you click on their categories outside of their +j line.
     
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    us website sucks, us the UK one.
     
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    How does Tasmanian Wool blend flat front trousers fare this season? I know its fit is nice, need some info about its durability and fabric quality.
     

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