Alright, so by some miracle, I was able to snag the navy shetland cowichan from a board member since I missed out when they initially were released. After almost missing out on the hand knit cowichans for a second year and a row, I got lucky. I am normally a size small in all brands including knits and figured my size in the knits would be a 38. The one for sale was a size 40 so I was very hesitant at fist going up so much from my usual size as I thought it would be too much of an oversized fit, but looking at the measurements it was hard to differentiate the two sizes other than length and I figured since I didn't need to stretch it, it could work. I took a chance and this is the result. EDIT: First two pics are in natural sunlight and better depict the color. The others are night time pics that I tried to enhance.
The detailing and hand work on this piece is outstanding and it's super heavy without overheating too much, but with an undershirt, thermal, or button down, scarf (optional if left open) and gloves this thing can do the job done in a Pennsylvania winter, which is good, because I'm not getting a coat to fit over it. I love the choice not to go with cable detailing on the arms so it didn't make them seem overly inflated as it is a thick piece already. Great job on this piece Guy and Co
. Glad I was finally able to snag a piece, it's like wearing body armor haha. Thought this thread could use some more fit pics so there you have it.