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carbon007

XXXL underwear and clothes

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Decathlon in Tesco HD has some pretty large sporty-type shirts (I wear a US XL and their largest size is too big for me).  Like the shirts at the import shop on Huay Kaew previously mentioned, though, while they fit OK in the shoulders (an issue for me- I don't have a big gut, though), they tend to be on the short side if you're tall (I'm 187cm)- I'd like them to be a bit longer.

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On 5/12/2019 at 4:35 PM, DonDoRondo said:

The Export Store on Huay Kaew / south side of the street / just before HWY 121 has

some XXL clothing and I believe I saw some XXXL tee shirts the last time I was there.

 

IMO their selection of large sizes was better before they closed for 2 years for remodeling.

 

 

I Think this shop has been closed for some years nov. There is a motor bike shop instead? Or are you thinking of another shop?

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On 5/13/2019 at 12:49 AM, elektrified said:

Go to the Pratunam market and you will find everything you can imagine. It's the most amazing clothing mall in the world. They literally have everything.

Isnt that in Bangkok ?

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I buy my boxers at Robinsons, xx  & xxx sizes fit pretty good & are comfortable, Jackeroo is the brand I get when I see them. I grab tshirts and shorts at the Jutta Juk mall when we are in Bangkok, you can find them elsewhere if you look around

 

 

 

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Shirts: A shop in Meechok Plaza (ask around), and in the breezeway to the food court in Makro. 

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4 hours ago, carbon007 said:

I Think this shop has been closed for some years nov. There is a motor bike shop instead? Or are you thinking of another shop?

No it is open.  I was there the other day.  You must be confused.

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15 hours ago, carbon007 said:

I Think this shop has been closed for some years nov. There is a motor bike shop instead? Or are you thinking of another shop?

It's just before (second or third building back) the intersection of Suthep Road on Huay Kaew on the left side heading toward the zoo.  It's a big building with decorative vintage gas pumps out front- you can't miss it.

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1 hour ago, flare said:

It's just before (second or third building back) the intersection of Suthep Road on Huay Kaew on the left side heading toward the zoo.  It's a big building with decorative vintage gas pumps out front- you can't miss it.

Suthep Road does not intersect with Huay Kaew Road? Do you mean intersection with Canal Road (road 121)?

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22 hours ago, carbon007 said:

Suthep Road does not intersect with Huay Kaew Road? Do you mean intersection with Canal Road (road 121)?

Oops- yes, sorry- Canal Road.

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On 5/15/2019 at 2:33 PM, sanemax said:

Isnt that in Bangkok ?

Yes.

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On 5/15/2019 at 5:48 PM, Trujillo said:

Shirts: A shop in Meechok Plaza (ask around), and in the breezeway to the food court in Makro. 

The place in Makro is excellent for t-shirts. They have every color you could imagine. 100% cotton and they last a long time.

 

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Just remember Asian produced size XXXL is barely equivalent to XL in the west.

 

My advice would be ignore labels and ask the measurement or carry a tailors tape (cloth type tape) in your pocket and check the garments.

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13 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

Just remember Asian produced size XXXL is barely equivalent to XL in the west.

 

My advice would be ignore labels and ask the measurement or carry a tailors tape (cloth type tape) in your pocket and check the garments.

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Thank you. Fully agree. That is one reason why one cannot rely on internet sales companies. I carry a measurer in my pocket and also have a good tailor

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