uniqlo shirts

#2
from their online store. But they are so quickly sold out with every collection I just wonder why they sponsor Nole and Nishikori when they do not want to cash in.. strange
 
#3
^^^^^ Both of you need to use the Search feature.

They've had (some) of his shirts/shorts/warm-ups online for a few years now. And on the 'big US auction site' you can find them.

As far as Uniqlo 'cashing in', it's been talked about in many threads. Uniqlo isn't in the tennis clothes business. They make affordable dress and casual clothes and are sponsoring ND and KN to get their brand name known outside of Japan. It worked with me - I love their dress shirts - always buy a few on my yearly Asia trips.

H&M is now using the same business model with Berdych.
 
#4
so , online only if you not live in japan but my country still sell uniqlo gear ( vietnam) :p -import by any small seller , but price is higher than uniqlo 's website ,of course !they are not authorize dealer
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#7
But Djokovic Rome and Montecarlo polo no for sale.
They usually only sell his GS stuff. The FO2015 is available now at their US site. I have his old FO, AO and USO stuff. I am wondering if they will release the newest wrist bands? Also, the UNIQLO tennis socks are great and very long lasting and I stocked up on them (and white/red wrist bands).
Excellent quality stuff that looks like new after couple of years and weekly machine washes and driers...
 
#8
so , online only if you not live in japan...
Nice collection.

The biggest Uniqlo store in Shanghai also had a limited amount of his tennis clothes - at least while the tournament was going on last October. Red collared shirt with thin blue vertical striping on the sides and plain black (or very dark blue - hard to tell). White shorts.
 
#9
Uniqlo

If you want to get Uniqlo tennis apparel i can recommend you their big store in the very centre of Paris. The only thing you should do is to come there BEFORE Roland Garros starts. I usually come at the end of first week and i can not get anything, they have at that time very limited choice of stuff, usually in XL only.
But this year i was smarter, i came three days before the main draw starts and, wow, i see a lot of Nole and Nishi apparel there. Except socks (they have only very small sizes) and Nole's orange/black wrists i find everything:
3 types different Ken's polos and shorts each, 3 types polos and 2 types shorts of Nole, track suits (different colours tops and bottoms of Nole and Ken), 3 types of wrists. I never before used Uniqlo tennis stuff, only casual, but from the first view i like more Lacoste, Adidas and Nike, but they're more expensive. Uniqlo polo and shorts cost 40 euros each, Lacoste polo - 85-90 euros, Le Coq Sportif - 75 euros (you can also get Gasque collection here in Paris).
 
#10
Uniqlo

In addition i have to say that it seems to me that Uniqlo tennis apparel is quite simple, basic, shorts, for example, looks not so technical as Adi and Nike top models.
 

heninfan99

Talk Tennis Guru
#16
I like the Uniqlo shirts Djokovic has been wearing. Yes the blue and I also like the gold.

3 years ago I was in Paris, went to a Lacoste store, held a polo I really wanted in my hands but couldn't bring myself to pay. My frugalness overtook my wants.
 
#17
Lacoste

I can find real players technical polyester Lacoste polos only in Paris.
They are quite expensive but the quality worth of it. Plus to the highest quality you get style also.
You can find previous collection models in Lacoste outlet 30% cheaper, but no shorts.
 
#18
H&M is now using the same business model with Berdych.
It seems like H&M is offering a much smaller quantity online (if at all). I checked frequently but never saw the shirt that Berdych wore for clay season on sale at their site and they sold out of the Hawaiian print shirt from a while back in a few days. Pretty disappointing.
 
#21
I love the looks of that new T-shirt. but I hate the fact that it Is 100 % Polyester. I don't like the feel of that. I like 100 % dryfit cotton......which is very soft.
 
#25
Mick - Where did you get that Djokovic polo? I've never seen one with the Peugeot patch.
I got it at:

store dot novakdjokovic dot com

they charged 16 euro to ship the shirt but it was worth it: two days to ship from Italy to my house in California. This was the fastest delivery I ever got for a purchase from Europe :shock:

 
#27
Do you have to pay duties (import tax) on top of the purchase price? I once purchased an item from overseas and was tagged with tax that the local shipper request from me before they will release the item.

I must have missed this notification from the seller website.

Nice shirt, btw.
 

kimguroo

Hall of Fame
#28
Do you have to pay duties (import tax) on top of the purchase price? I once purchased an item from overseas and was tagged with tax that the local shipper request from me before they will release the item.

I must have missed this notification from the seller website.

Nice shirt, btw.
it's case by case.
sometimes, you need to pay tax and sometimes, it's lucky to pass custom without paying import tax. it can be related to total amount which you spent and it depends on items (Shoes, apparel: usually material determine the import duty rate). Also usually Fedex and UPS charge import duty plus they take a role as custom brokers and charge additional fee. they will not release the package unless you paid pax and broker fee.
 
#29
Yeah, we don't even have one in So Cal yet - they opened a 'flash' store before Xmas. NYC and SF are very fortunate.
We have two now, actually. The one in South Coast Plaza has been open for a while and there's a newer one in Cerritos. However, the one in SCP didn't have tennis stuff last time I was there and I've never been to the one in Cerritos.
 
#31
Hi Mick, how does the size fit? Did you have to order one or two size bigger? Or did you order the size as advertised? Thanks.
the shirts fit 1/2 size smaller, i'd say so I always order the next size up. I wear the shorts in my regular size. Adidas: shirt/shorts L/L; UNIQLO: XL/L
 
#32
the shirts fit 1/2 size smaller, i'd say so I always order the next size up. I wear the shorts in my regular size. Adidas: shirt/shorts L/L; UNIQLO: XL/L
This is pretty accurate for me as well. Overall I like their shorts a little more than the shirts. My local store just had a bunch of the dry-ex stuff for half off - hard to beat $9.90 shorts.
 
#33
Do you have to pay duties (import tax) on top of the purchase price? I once purchased an item from overseas and was tagged with tax that the local shipper request from me before they will release the item.

I must have missed this notification from the seller website.

Nice shirt, btw.
Thanks.
nope. all I paid was the price of the shirt and the shipping cost, Paid that at the website. 2 days later UPS delivered it and that was it.
 
#34
Hi Mick, how does the size fit? Did you have to order one or two size bigger? Or did you order the size as advertised? Thanks.
I usually would wear a Medium
but for this shirt I ordered a Large.
I would say, this fits like a looser medium which is good for me because I don't like shirts that are too tight.

The tag on the shirt says Large, so this appears not be one of those asian size shirts.

by the way, I also ordered the black Uniqlo shorts on the auction site and shorts size Medium fits me perfectly.






 
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#35
We have two now, actually. The one in South Coast Plaza has been open for a while and there's a newer one in Cerritos. However, the one in SCP didn't have tennis stuff last time I was there and I've never been to the one in Cerritos.
Thanks for the info. Before Xmas the one at South Coast was the flash store I mentioned - I found out the day after it closed. Cerritos isn't that far - out the 105 - I can do that. Looks like Northridge and Beverly Center too. Santa Monica, maybe - one part of their site says it was a flash; another lists store hrs.
 

kimguroo

Hall of Fame
#37
OK guys. Where do I buy this Federer 100 win T-shirt ? and when will it be released ??

Not sure they will release the shirt. They are super slow. They congratulated to Fed yesterday at their Facebook (two days after the tournament haha).
I am thinking of making one by myself.
Just made the Graphic ^_^. Looks like it’s cotton but prefer Dry-ex shirt since it’s poly so it will be more durable and can play tennis with it.
 
#38
Not sure they will release the shirt.
I am thinking of making one by myself.
Just made the Graphic hahaha. Looks like it’s cotton but prefer Dry-ex shirt since it’s poly so it will be more durable and can play tennis with it.
How did you copy the Graphics exactly ?? I can't even see the entire graphics ? also will you also copy the Uniqulo graphic on the shoulder ? and Where can you get a Drifit T-shirt that is plain with no graphic on it ?
 
#39
How did you copy the Graphics exactly ?? I can't even see the entire graphics ? also will you also copy the Uniqulo graphic on the shoulder ? and Where can you get a Drifit T-shirt that is plain with no graphic on it ?
You can look up their "dry ex crew neck t-shirt" on their website - just released this year. It's my new favorite shirt for tennis! Great ventilation and sweat drying fabric, and smooth colors.
 

kimguroo

Hall of Fame
#40
How did you copy the Graphics exactly ?? I can't even see the entire graphics ? also will you also copy the Uniqulo graphic on the shoulder ? and Where can you get a Drifit T-shirt that is plain with no graphic on it ?
I think I am doing decent jobs to recreate stuffs hahaha.
This is federer’s practice shirts. Uniqlo adds logos for him.
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-dr...d=men-activewear#start=28&cgid=men-activewear

I made practice shirts with logos before so won’t have a problem but it will be heat transfer material instead of screen printing.
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#45
Not sure, it looks like those could be an older version so I've never tried it!

The current shirts I linked felt close to the Adidas climalite polyester shirts in terms of sturdiness but a little more soft feeling and more ventilated around the back and side areas.
I bought this Uniqlo graphics T-shirts today. I saw the t-shirt, and fabric was 100 % cotton and it was pretty thick, not cheap looking at all. but not sure if it is good T-shirt to play tennis in ?? I have no idea how Federer practices in these ?
 

kimguroo

Hall of Fame
#46
I bought this Uniqlo graphics T-shirts today. I saw the t-shirt, and fabric was 100 % cotton and it was pretty thick, not cheap looking at all. but not sure if it is good T-shirt to play tennis in ?? I have no idea how Federer practices in these ?
I don’t know which shirts you are talking about but rarely he wears cotton t shirts for practices nowadays. mostly he wears dry-ex shirts for practices. Looks like he likes faded color version more and regular white and blue dry-ex shirts.
Tested shoes version of the graphic for 100 shirts and looks decent. Ordered white dry-ex shirts. Hope it will turn out great.

 
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#47
I don’t know which shirts you are talking about but rarely he wears cotton t shirts for practices nowadays. mostly he wears dry-ex shirts for practices. Looks like he likes faded color version more and regular white and blue dry-ex shirts.
Tested small version of the graphic for 100 shirts and looks good. Ordered white dry-ex shirts. Hope it will turn out great.
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/ut-graphic-tees/magic-for-all-archive-collection

Roger was wearing some of these Mickey mouse T-shirts at practice and they are Thick cotton. Do you have a link for the Dry ex shirts that Federer wears ?? as you were saying ?
 

kimguroo

Hall of Fame
#48
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/ut-graphic-tees/magic-for-all-archive-collection

Roger was wearing some of these Mickey mouse T-shirts at practice and they are Thick cotton. Do you have a link for the Dry ex shirts that Federer wears ?? as you were saying ?
Tomato123 already posted the link above.
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-dr...d=men-activewear#start=29&cgid=men-activewear

https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-dr...d=men-activewear#start=28&cgid=men-activewear

Mostly, I am in between size for uniqlo items and go down and up depending on products.
I usually wear size L for Nike nowadays but need M. Bottom opening is wide and it’s not slim cut.
 
#49
Tomato123 already posted the link above.
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-dr...d=men-activewear#start=29&cgid=men-activewear

https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-dr...d=men-activewear#start=28&cgid=men-activewear

Mostly, I am in between size for uniqlo items and go down and up depending on products.
I usually wear size L for Nike nowadays but need M. Bottom opening is wide and it’s not slim cut.
Where is the Uniqlo Logo ?? Roger's shirts had it on. but these don't have it
 
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