Uniqlo Djoker line filppers - good for you guys!!

martini1

Hall of Fame
I was going to buy the Djoker black/grey shirt the first day it was on sale in Hong Kong (only in one store). I walked in and saw an a hole with 4 shopping baskets full of Djoker shirts and jackets on the floor, waiting for his people to help him buy them. The only ones left were the all black shirts and jackets along with some shorts. It was kind of stupid for Uniqlo not to do a limit item per customer policy and just let somebody comes in as soon as the store opens and took everything.

I was kind of in a hurry and in no mood to fight for a shirt. So I left. On the way out I have heard the store employee talking on the phone telling her peers that some of the shirts are all taken by somebody. But it seems like they are not doing anything about that.

Now that Djoker has exited so early and I am sure these shirts are not gonna sell. Take that flippers! Have fun with your loads of Djoker stuff that is now not worth much. Hahahaha! :twisted::twisted::twisted:
 

MAXXply

Hall of Fame
I'm a fan of Uniqlo's men's apparel, the basics like jeans and collared shirts. The Djoker stuff however is boring and given their retail prices, I can't see how the flipper is gonna make more than $10-$ 20 on each Nole garment. What's the point for a couple of bucks?

The only interesting sports stuff is the red, white and navy blue multi-colour block shirts and shorts that Nishikori wore before his current yellow shirt.
 

martini1

Hall of Fame
I'm a fan of Uniqlo's men's apparel, the basics like jeans and collared shirts. The Djoker stuff however is boring and given their retail prices, I can't see how the flipper is gonna make more than $10-$ 20 on each Nole garment. What's the point for a couple of bucks?

The only interesting sports stuff is the red, white and navy blue multi-colour block shirts and shorts that Nishikori wore before his current yellow shirt.
I suppose fans in Europe may pay a higher price for those stuff? Who knows. I agree with you that the Uniqlo Djoker line is not as exciting as some of the previous Nike Fedal stuff. I also don't see buyers from mainland china are crazy about the Djoker line, given Nike is still the king.
 

Borrelli

Semi-Pro
Given that he is maybe the most popular player? and that the stuff is still really hard to find, they will def make money!

It's like saying Fed's stuff won't sell because he didn't win that particular major. His stuff always sells and it's not nearly as limited as Djoker's.

I'd be doing the same thing if I lived near that Uniqlo store.
 
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martini1

Hall of Fame
Djoker is nowhere near as popular as Fedal. And now he is not even in the QF. People start watching slam tennis in QF and pays attention to the SF and final only.
 
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