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Nice Max, i am about to use mine for work again shortly, looking forward to seeing some more evo on them. 

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Max Power signature honeycomb fadez looking extremely sick, for a change!

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They look great! The cut and denim are perfect,  maybe I'll get a size 36 in a few years.

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21 hours ago, spitfiredealer said:

My 400T are being worn again for manual work. 

 

Love this cut so much, @Danny @ Rivet & Hide any progress on a collaboration with them in some heavier denim?

No but I'll be seeing UES next month in Japan and will discuss it again with them.

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My 400Ts - I've had them for 1yr 11mos, but only 11mos wear. 3 machine washes at 50 degrees.  

I live in the subtropics and sweat like an SOB wearing denim in the summer, so my jeans don't get a lot of wear. 

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UES flannel. Quality is good & I love the colorway. The fit is fine except for a fairly wide neckline.

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UES is one of those brands i'd like to try but they seem to run out of stock pretty fast, especially shirts. their fabrics and patterns look pretty cool

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Yeah I'm interested in their flannels, I like the acorn pocket shape.
It's nice that they make a XXL too, might pick up the sax blue in a couple weeks.

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I really love ues shirts, they are one of those Japanese brands that makes shirts that will actually fit me. Just picked up a new denim shirt from them, I will get some pics up soon.

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Great shirts, I have 2 flannels and denim shirt from them. Their sizing  works well for western guys. The flannel colour choices are nice to, a little different to a lot of brands.

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yes, I think once they started making the size 5 versions full-time they became the best Japanese shirt option for me, at least... I have a couple of flannels—my best-fitting and most reliable shirts. Burgus seems to "get" Western sizing as well... I've not tried many others though, really, except TFH which did not work for me.

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Is their size 4 the equivalent to a large? The measurements provided would suggest this is so. Can any of you tell me your height/weight in relation to size? 

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That shirt in the pic is size 4. I'm 5'9", 183ish lbs.

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5 '10 and 165 pounds,  size 3. 

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Thx guys. I'm thinking I might be a 4. Would you guys say the UES fit charts are accurate for their shirts? 

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I know Rivet and Hides are spot on.

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UES make shirts with shorter length compared to other brands, which is great for me. I only have 1 UES shirt, but that will change over time I think.

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I prefer shorter length. 

Really dig the flannels though. They seem good at producing vintage patterns and interesting color combos.

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49 minutes ago, Niro said:

UES make shirts with shorter length compared to other brands, which is great for me. I only have 1 UES shirt, but that will change over time I think.

Exactly the reason why I love my two (so far) UES flannels, too ;) 

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