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[UNIQLO] UNIQLO MENS DOWN LONG COAT $129.90

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Nov 27, 2014
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London, ON

UNIQLO MENS DOWN LONG COAT $129.90

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129.90
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50
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UNIQLO
I've been tracking the price on this jacket for a while.
It was on sale 3 weeks ago 179.90 ,then two weeks ago it was 150, and now its 129.90
Not sure what the actual original price is, but 129.90 is good deal for anyone looking for long down parka
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Feb 14, 2006
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I have this coat, it is well worth it at this price.
Very clean cut, lightweight and good to probably about -10.
They run a tad bigger in size so I would recommend going down one size.
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Feb 13, 2007
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yea it just dropped this morning, was gonna wait for it to be 99.90, hopefully I can.
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as if I needed another coat... I run like 7 coats per season depending on the occasion, temperature and style.

Damn you RFD! Gotta check this out later.. lol
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11. All returns to our warehouse cost $9.90 and will be deducted directly from your refund once processed. Returns brought directly to store locations will NOT be charged the $9.90 returns fee. Returns to store locations cannot be mailed in via carrier. They must be physically brought to the store cashier in order to process refunds.

So, basically you can return to the store for refund if size doesn't fit right?
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Feb 2, 2020
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You can return to stores without penalty or use their Click and collect in store option with no minimum.
I usually buy online and use click and collect if my subtotal isn't enough for free ship.
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Jan 28, 2008
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Vancouver, BC
I wouldn't recommend buying uniqlo, it's a cheap brand in Japan, low profile quality, not even Japanese wear the brand.
Not worth the money.
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ccomkim wrote: I wouldn't recommend buying uniqlo, it's a cheap brand in Japan, low profile quality, not even Japanese wear the brand.
Not worth the money.
Is it worse than the so called -40C Mountain warehouse down jacket that I got?

How does it compare to this -60C down jacket?
https://www.mountainwarehouse.com/ca/an ... aspx/grey/
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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ccomkim wrote: I wouldn't recommend buying uniqlo, it's a cheap brand in Japan, low profile quality, not even Japanese wear the brand.
Not worth the money.
You gotta be joking! Uniqlo is huge in Japan, they are in train stations and have a 9 story store in Ginza with stores dotted everywhere in between.

The bang for your buck at uniqlo is great for basics. Uniqlo down coats are great too.

It's inexpensive, not cheap :)
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ccomkim wrote: I wouldn't recommend buying uniqlo, it's a cheap brand in Japan, low profile quality, not even Japanese wear the brand.
Not worth the money.
BS.

Uniqlo is excellent quality. I have Uniqlo tshirts, jeans, jackets, sweaters that are nearly 10 years old. Higher quality than other places like Gap, Banana Rep, etc. and significantly higher quality than fast fashion junk like Zara, H&M, etc.
It's not a "cheap brand in Japan". It's a Japanese staple. It's everywhere. Super fashionable people in Japan might not wear Uniqlo as an outer layer (because it's kinda plain and ubiquitous), but they still use it for base layers.
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coolwasabi wrote: BS.

Uniqlo is excellent quality. I have Uniqlo tshirts, jeans, jackets, sweaters that are nearly 10 years old. Higher quality than other places like Gap, Banana Rep, etc. and significantly higher quality than fast fashion junk like Zara, H&M, etc.
It's not a "cheap brand in Japan". It's a Japanese staple. It's everywhere. Super fashionable people in Japan might not wear Uniqlo as an outer layer (because it's kinda plain and ubiquitous), but they still use it for base layers.
Uniqlo, while good, is not nearly on the same quality level as GAP/Banana Republic.
Perhaps on par with the Factory Outlets but those are made specifically for the outlet.
Uniqlo has modern designs etc., but this is a different argument of quality vs. aesthetics. They are two separate things.

IMO in the last 10 years, we have a shift in brand strategy with new players:
1. Uniqlo competes with Zara, H&M.
2. J. Crew competes with GAP, Banana Republic
3. Ted Baker competes with Club Monaco
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georgecantstandya wrote: Uniqlo, while good, is not nearly on the same quality level as GAP/Banana Republic.
Perhaps on par with the Factory Outlets but those are made specifically for the outlet.
Uniqlo has modern designs etc., but this is a different argument of quality vs. aesthetics. They are two separate things.

IMO in the last 10 years, we have a shift in brand strategy with new players:
1. Uniqlo competes with Zara, H&M.
2. J. Crew competes with GAP, Banana Republic
3. Ted Baker competes with Club Monaco
BS.

Uniqlo is equivalent or better than anything I ever bought from GAP. It is miles better than Old Navy, Zara or H&M.

Only thing which truly sucks from Uniqlo is their socks! Their no show socks are fine but rest are garbage.
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Hahahapxl wrote: BS.

Uniqlo is equivalent or better than anything I ever bought from GAP. It is miles better than Old Navy, Zara or H&M.

Only thing which truly sucks from Uniqlo is their socks! Their no show socks are fine but rest are garbage.
LOL no. Not even remotely close.

Maybe try shopping at a GAP store and not the outlet LOL.
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georgecantstandya wrote: Uniqlo has modern designs etc.,but this is a different argument of quality vs. aesthetics. They are two separate things.
I find it interesting that you linked Uniqlo with aesthetics and/or modern designs. Because they're mostly single colored clothing with... no design. And that has been their motto since their founding, just bland, basic clothing that is affordable.

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