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^ could you post a fit pic?

will +rep :D

didn't have much time to put things together, but hopefully this shows the jacket well enough

5'11, 160lbs. Size is XS. Label says chest: 32-35 inch.

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if it's not good enough i'll try to put something together after FNO

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5'11 160 and you fit XS? Did you try on the premium down parka? I would like to know what size I would fit.

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5'11 160 and you fit XS? Did you try on the premium down parka? I would like to know what size I would fit.

yeah i was really surprised, figured a small would work.

i didn't try anything else on because this was the only item i planned on getting and i was dead tired.

in terms of other uniqlo items, these are my sizes:

premium cotton tee: small

original oxford: XS

linen blend shirt: XS

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Can anyone comment on fit of the trousers? The thigh measurements are huge

Flannel pants are a bit slimmer than the wool. It may be because of the fabric.

Bought this shirt.

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went to check out the +j stuff today. outerwear is all solid. really good colors overall. blue duffle in XS is perfect for layering.

i think i bumped into mellowfellow as i was walking out of the fitting room. lol.

- duffle (blue, XS): $230

- premium down parka (black, XS): $250

- wool tapered trousers (not flannel) (dark gray, sz30x34): $70

- 5'7 / 140 lbs

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thoughts on the fit of these wool trousers (sz 30)? i was surprised by how tapered these are.

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What are the crowds like? I gotta go downtown tomorrow and was thinking of stopping by but I don't wanna stand in line forever.

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I went late around 8:30PM, and the line was short.

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+repped except for ohsnap(must spread)

those fit pics don't inspire much confidence for me. I was thinking of copping but since I'm 5'5 it looks like it would be too big =/. Although I was kind of hoping for a longer coat anyways, I could always take in the arms. Thoughts???

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Posted · Hidden by aure, January 13, 2012 - No reason given
Hidden by aure, January 13, 2012 - No reason given

can anyone proxy the wool pants for me in a 32? or 30?

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+repped except for ohsnap(must spread)

those fit pics don't inspire much confidence for me. I was thinking of copping but since I'm 5'5 it looks like it would be too big =/. Although I was kind of hoping for a longer coat anyways, I could always take in the arms. Thoughts???

^this seems this collection isnt that great for smaller dudes

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Not really everything this year runs really big. Like I'm 5'7, 175 lbs, and I had to search for smalls just so I could I layer a few sweaters underneath some xs pieces fit me if I didnt layer too much. My wife is typical jgirl size 5'0, 85lbs, and she looked like a little girl wearing her dad's clothes in the women's pieces.

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went to check out the +j stuff today. outerwear is all solid. really good colors overall. blue duffle in XS is perfect for layering.

i think i bumped into mellowfellow as i was walking out of the fitting room. lol.

fit pics (duffle + wool down jacket); 5'7 / 140 lbs:

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thoughts on the fit of these wool trousers (sz 30)? i was surprised by how tapered these are.

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what size did you try on for that down jacket? It's the more expensive one right?

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^ i updated my original post

- both jackets i tried on were XS and i had extra room to layer underneath. this is coming from a guy who could barely fit into sz. S +j outerwear last year. read: SIZE DOWN

- opinions on the fit on those trousers?

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Has anyone in Asia checked the new +J stuff out, and if so does it also fit big compared to previous seasons like people in New York are saying? I've always found Uniqlo stuff from New York to fit big and stuff from Asia true to size but I know I'm in the minority.

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Hi Guys, I have the asia sizing on hand with me i have a few items so I can provide measurement. I will post after coming back. Guys currently the Block Tech is not out yet so tell me what to do, The duffle coat are out and its worth every penny man, its immaculate for this range, I very well recommend this. I'm still gonna take orders until everything runs out (my proxy fee is still 5%). Those peeps who ordered the duffle coat through me will get its shipped soon. I will contact everyone once I get back home later. Ciao

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If you have the premium down parka (the wool-ish material one) could I get the measurements for that one in size medium (asia)? Also the the shawl knit one as well in medium/large whichever you have, both asia size.

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i think the sizing is up slightly. checked out a few of the pieces. ended up only getting the pea coat. nice basic. but damn, that's the most i've ever spent at uniqlo. i tried on the premium down jacket and vest. both nice pieces, but i didn't really need it.

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Duffle Coat - M

Shoulders - 19.5 inches

Length - 29 inches

Sleeves - 23.5 inches

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Shawl Collar - L

Shoulders - 18 inches

Length - 24.5 inches

Sleeves - 26 inches

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Shirt - M

Shoulders - 16.5 inches

Length - 24 inches

Sleeves - 25 inches

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Shirt - L

Shoulders - 16.5 inches

Length - 25 inches

Sleeves - 25 inches

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Cotton pants - 76cm

Waist - 15.5 inches

Length - 42.5 inches

Hem - 6.5 inches

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Wool pants - 76cm

Waist - 15.5 inches

Length - 42.5 inches

Hem - 6.5 inches

The pants I got have the same cut

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can anyone proxy the wool pants for me in a 32? or 30?

If you've got time to reply on this forum, why don't you take the time to reimburse my 300 $ I bought from your RO elephant boot your never sent to me, since you're putting them on ebay this week ?

Scammer.

The whole story there :

http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk/showpost.php?p=2837142&postcount=1137

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FYI if you size up one on the tapered trousers you can get a pretty good fit. I picked up a pair of khaki cotton trousers since the material felt pretty nice and sturdy. Would have liked to pick up the chalkstripe flannel suit in navy but not sure if I can afford that yet. Fit on suiting is WAY better than the previous years (if you have a large drop that is). Didn't spot the DB suit jacket at the Hongdae Y'Z' Uniqlo though and that was what I was really after.

Shirting is still ridiculously small. At least that should still be good for skinny guys.

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I actually think that the pants cut is good for normal size people, its not that tight at the thighs, if you have stick thin thighs and legs that will be a problem. After all its Tapered Cut not Skinny nor Slim so U cant say its a weird fit. who the hell wears pants that are tight at the crotch for business? lol

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I tried on a hidden button DB coat. It was womens and xs lol.

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Took some fitpics of the tapered trousers; think they fit really well to be honest (also the normal uniqlo mountain parka that I bought a month or so back)..

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