Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by ShahofTennis, Jul 9, 2014.
This post was up here a while ago, but I think TW took it down. Can anyone find this shirt online?
If you can find it at uniqlo, it will be player exclusive shirts.
Nope, these are player exclusives.
You can get the same shirt but only with one colour and no logo
I would love it if they sold these though
I'm trying to find the same shirt(but without the red logo on it), but I don't think its on the website.
There was a similar post like this in the tennis shoes and apparel section of this forum. I believe someone posted a link of the shirt without the logos on the uniqlo website.
UNIQLO r so bad for not releasing none of his training stuff with logos
think uniqlo is going for making their brand noticable rather than market. Although they do sell the shirts that he uses during matchs, however they dont advertise it like nike does with roger/rafa or adidas with murray
LOL That was me. Unfortunately that particular shirt is only left in a L or XL. I should have bought it when I had the chance.
I have the shirt, with no logos, of course...
Nice, It's a really cool shirt.
I am a frequent Uniqlo shopper. I have a couple Djoker shirts. Although they are cheaper than Nike or Adidas player shirts, I'd say their Djoker shirt with no special collar (like the zipper from '13), the shirts are pretty much exactly like their regular shirt in terms of material, but a lot more expensive. They do not sell the same colorway without the logo. They do sell them in solid one color though. Some of their poly shirts now got the 2 little square logo as well.
Unless I walk into a store and see the Djoker shirts there and I like the colorway, I may pick one up. But I will never hunt for them. It's not really worth it. Regular Uniqlo for the price but regular Nike/Adidas tennis shirts are of higher quality IMO.
I definitely found that UNIQLO tennis apparel is better quality than Adidas. Also, better for extreme temperatures (It feels much better on at 110F in Dallas vs. Adidas stuff). I also like their fit better than other brands.
How does the UNIQLO fit compared to Adidas, size wise? Is a large a large in both brands for example?
Uniqlo is a bit smaller. I order a L adidas and XL uniqlo. However, uniqlo XL is bigger than L adidas. It is like 1/2 the size larger...
The bottoms, I go with L for both, adidas and uniqlo. Uniqlo is definitely tighter fit but I like it that way better than "baggy" adidas L fit.
Thanks, appreciate the help.
went into a UQ store once- they didn't have a size above LARGE. Lots of smalls and mediums.
I don't see them moving much merch in the US with those options.
That is why their actual sizing differs for the US and Asian markets. I have the XL Djokovic USO12 outfit in XL that I purchased in Hong Kong. I have the L FO14 purchased online in the US. The L US outfit is bigger than the XL Asian size. Also, they do offer an L and XL in the US but those sell quickly.
I got my hands on some of the Dry Mesh V-Necks with the accents on the sleeves. The elastic on the sleeve is very nice, and the shirt is less stiff compared to some of the Adidas shirts I own. A Barricade or Bermuda crew from Adidas(100% Polyester) are softer than the Uniqlo V-Necks, and Nike UV Crews are made with a flimsy fabric so I'm not sure where it is in terms of quality compared to Adidas and Uniqlo. Generally I stick with Adidas because its less likely to stick to me while I sweat. Nike crews stick to me, which along with the fabric, Is why I buy them with discretion and in low quantities every now and then. The Uniqlo shirts fit well, and don't stick. Just a nice shirt overall that I'll definitely buy more of once the 2 tone crew necks are back in stock.
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