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post #2221 of 4960

I've got the Roentgen Sweater in size L. It's a 20" pit-pit or maybe even less.

Can't fit in it any longer. 

 

Will put it up on B&S soon.

post #2222 of 4960
Quick question, is it just the STARKS (in the new colors) that are smaller and shorter this year or does this apply to any of the other styles?
post #2223 of 4960
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

I've got the Roentgen Sweater in size L. It's a 20" pit-pit or maybe even less.
Can't fit in it any longer. 

Will put it up on B&S soon.

Supposedly the fishermans stretch? I don't want that shit looking like a muscle shirt on me man. I think we need zissous' opinion on it for the 54th time.
post #2224 of 4960
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Supposedly the fishermans stretch? I don't want that shit looking like a muscle shirt on me man. I think we need zissous' opinion on it for the 54th time.

I had a fisherman in M, definitely fit looser than a stark from what I remember. Really regret selling it
post #2225 of 4960

Just got my Stark in Black..I don't know why but the Navy looks so much better confused.gif

post #2226 of 4960

The Starks have a 39" p2p in Large now, this is what I've been sayin for months

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Originally Posted by jet View Post


Supposedly the fishermans stretch? I don't want that shit looking like a muscle shirt on me man. I think we need zissous' opinion on it for the 54th time.
post #2227 of 4960
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I had a fisherman in M, definitely fit looser than a stark from what I remember. Really regret selling it
Weird - I have two Fisherman sweaters (naval and bubble) and I take XL for those, while L fits me perfectly for Stark. Fairly logical to me since Stark stretches and has a very loose knit. IME, the Fisherman doesn't stretch at all and has a tighter knit. I would think most people would size up from their Stark size for a Fisherman
post #2228 of 4960
g, large for me or what homie
post #2229 of 4960

So I'm fucking confused about sizing after reading much of this- 

If I'm a 37-38" chest, at 5'10", what should I be sizing for the stark?

post #2230 of 4960
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Quick question, is it just the STARKS (in the new colors) that are smaller and shorter this year or does this apply to any of the other styles?

I think it's the new ones, but can't be sure.
post #2231 of 4960
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Originally Posted by DividedWay View Post

So I'm fucking confused about sizing after reading much of this- 

If I'm a 37-38" chest, at 5'10", what should I be sizing for the stark?


I would say medium. (In the untainted pieces)
post #2232 of 4960
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

I would say medium. (In the untainted pieces)

Agree.

I am 5"11 40" chest and the L fits me well.
post #2233 of 4960
Yeah I'm buying my next 2 sns pieces in a large, I bought my first stark in a medium but I think I should have sized up.

Is the stark considered a tight knit?
post #2234 of 4960
Just pulled the trigger on a Paragon Shawl Neck in black melange from Tres. Pretty excited as this will be my first SNS piece.
post #2235 of 4960
Stark is knit loosely - it will stretch/spring significantly when worn , which is why people have such different views on sizing. I could actually wear a M and wouldn't have any issues buttoning it - it would feel tight around my chest but the loose weave stretches out.

jet - I would size up for the Fisherman so if you're typically a 40, go L. If you're typically a 42, go XL
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