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I graduated from a fairly no name state school with >3.5 GPA with an Econ/Fin degree. I wasn't even graduated yet before I had a full time position with the army corps of engineers as an economist. My only regret was similar to the above, as I wish I would have taken more programming courses. I work with SQL/SAP databases on a regular basis and a familiarity in programming would have gone a long way.
I am 5'11 155 pounds and I bought a new small.The fit is tight but the stark stretches. Its really your call - if I could choose again I would have gotten a med.
When I ordered from frans boone and missed my package, they fedex/UPS guy left a note saying I owed $87, but when I changed shipping location to the nearest shipping facility I picked it up no cash needed.
Last year I had Barbour's repair facility take a couple inches off my sleeves. I have heard in the past that they can also alter the cuffs. I would call the customer service number at the following link to find out, unless others on here know for sure.http://www.barbour.com/us/repairs-reproofing-usI must warn you though, just to get my sleeves altered costed upwards of $60.00+ so it could be more than your willing to pay.
Thanks. Its too bad they only have one heavy knit and its almost sold out.
Any long term (>6 month) stark owners know how much their stark stretched out? Or if any at all?
The following is a frans boone triple blue stark size small. Sorry for the bad camera phone mirror pictures, when I got home from work the sun was setting. Can post better pictures tomorrow. I am 5'11 155 pounds 39 inch chest. Left = pit to pit =17.25 across laid flat. Right = bottom to top. Again my camera phone and poor lightning does not do the color justice. In the sun its a unique purplish-blue. Overall thoughts: It fits slimmer than my other SNS knits,...
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