>>10830104 Has all the basics at a much better quality than many other places for a much lower cost. The bang for the buck there is unbeatable for basics. For example, I got an ultralight down jacket there for 50 bucks while a similar jacket from, say, Patagonia costs 120 dollars.
>>10830126 This. Ideal for basics you won't want to donate to the thrift store in a month. It's like Zara in that one or two ill-advised purchases make you learn really quickly what to buy and what to avoid.
>>10830104 Uniqlo is great for me living in New York. It's near by, at my price range and fits my minimalism normie core.
I have no experience with their outdoor apparel, like jackets. But their t-shirts, underwaear, socks, and most of the basics feel nice here. Because of my budget I come here a lot and built most of my wardrobe >>10830166 What are some alternatives?
From Uniqlo I own one graphic tee, one pair of their "windproof" sweats for lounging (pic), two pairs of heattech socks and pair of supima cotton socks. Tee is nice and soft, seems well made but I wish it fit a tad slimmer since I'm pretty skinny. It did shrink a little, but not dramatically like this one shitty H&M tee I got. The sweatpants are awesome, fleece backed with all the details minimal and sleek, hidden drawcord and side zip pockets... they're adequately warm and I haven't tested them against wind but they seem like they'd work well, once again I just wish they were tapered a bit more below the knee, not a big deal, they're just styled casually. Socks are all good. They fit snug, look nice and haven't gotten holes yet after about a month, though I don't do anything extreme in them. Heattech material is supposed to be warmer somehow but I honestly can't tell much difference from other socks.
Never been disappointed with anything from them so far. I wouldn't get any of the dry packaged tees though; I've read they aren't any good.
Gotta agree with this anon. I don't have a hard-on against reddit or anything, they have some good niche subs, but it's painfully obvious who's here from /r/4chan and who's not. I wouldn't mind redditors if they weren't so fucking obvious about it.
That said, people who call "reddit" on other posters are like cuckspammers. Once in a while it's apropos, but more often than not they're more annoying than the redditors.
>>10830839 Same boat here, but for outerwear I'd rather get a brand that specializes in making good jackets and coats. I had the ultra light down parka and the zipper was cheap shit, those things suck ass in the rain too.
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