^ They are raw, but they are not as good of quality as the MIJ's
This confuses me. So in the shop, when you see the ones labelled UJ and the ones labelled Made In Japan, they really know to do that because they've been produced differently?
And yeah, in other news, I just bought some UJs. I fucking hate buying new clothes. I think this is my first raw pair, but they feel sooooooooo stiff. Like, I've worn skinny jeans that didn't feel this tight -- the rigidity amps it up. But it looked so good I bought it.
Soooooooo is there a chance -- since I searched the thread for "stretch" -- that the UK Uniqlo has different qualities than elsewhere? I hope not, but it'd be good to hear from someone who knows more (or enough to make an informed guess).
Oh, and something to contribute to the suspicion that different Uniqlo shops have different stocks is that I have a button fly (and no visible selvedge coin pocket), but there's no "Made In Japan" labelling, even though it's clear they are made in Japan because of the UJ logo.