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Uniqlo Now Offers Online Shopping in Canada

Uniqlo Now Offers Online Shopping in Canada

By Thomas Kenzaki

If you’re a fan of Uniqlo but don’t have a store nearby (or just hate going out), you’ll be pleased to hear that they just started offering online mobile shopping today. You’ll be able to order to your heart's content using their mobile website or mobile app.

For those of you new to Uniqlo, they’re a Japanese fashion retailer that entered Canada back in fall of 2016. The first 2 stores opened up in Toronto and they now have 5 across Canada with another 4 locations scheduled to open this fall.

Uniqlo offers many popular special collections throughout the year. Some of these have included collaborations with Disney, Doraemon, Peanuts, and the upcoming Jump 50th collection which celebrates the 50th anniversary of world-renowned magazine Weekly Shonen Jump! Online shoppers will gain exclusive early access to the Jump 50th collection on August 9th ahead of it's in-store release on August 10th.

Online shopping at Uniqlo offers many advantages beyond just not having to leave your home and dealing with the crowds. You’ll find extended sizing from XXS to 2XL, online exclusives, and seasonal items available all year long. Until August 19th you’ll also receive free shipping on mobile orders of $49 or more.

Will you be shopping online at Uniqlo? Let us know in the comments below.

8 Comments

    • DONT BOTHER. The website doesnt work. either showing error page or everything is sold out.
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    • For anyone that has shopped from Uniqlo in Canada and Japan...do you know if the S/M/L sizes here are the same as Japan?
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    • @JonahL - it will vary depending on the type of fit, but in my general experience, I was a medium in Japan, but a small in Canada
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    • anyone else seeing different prices between the desktop and mobile site?
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    • I see different inventory stock from the website (which doesn't let me order anything) and the mobile app (which does let me order). It's kinda annoying to be honest, why solely the mobile app route?
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    • This is approach is so Japanese it hurts. It reminds me of Nintendo. I can't understand why the Japanese can produce amazing items, have wonderful customer service, but fail so hard at online solutions.
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    • The online ordering will likely mean special collections will sell out faster. IDLF comes to mind.
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