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post #2236 of 4976
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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

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 pictures with details please, I am debating between buying it in black melange or concrete.
post #2237 of 4976
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

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

Is waist size a factor?

Lets say 42 inch chest and 33 inch waist.
post #2238 of 4976

^exact dimensions as me. Go with XL.

post #2239 of 4976
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Is waist size a factor?
Lets say 42 inch chest and 33 inch waist.

For fisherman? XL
For Stark? L
post #2240 of 4976
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

^exact dimensions as me. Go with XL.


Post a fit pit, I don't want a bunch fabric gathering at my waist.

I would think an XL would be big, especially around the waist.
post #2241 of 4976
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Is waist size a factor?
Lets say 42 inch chest and 33 inch waist.

For fisherman? XL
For Stark? L

Thanks.

like I asked smash, would a XL in the fisherman leave me with excess fabric around my waist?
post #2242 of 4976
What size triple blue stark I need at 5'9 140 pounds and 30" waist? Thinking of getting s but unsure. I have s codex in s that fits well but a modulo in s that's a bit too small. Any help is appreciated!
post #2243 of 4976

^ I recommend Small.

 

As for an update:

 

I have a Navy Stark in Small and recently recieved a Black in Medium. I think Medium suits me better (I'm 5'11", 155lb + 35.5" chest) as it drapes a little better compared to the Small which is tight but I guess will also stretch within time:

 

Here's a pic w/ Medium w/ a t-shirt only underneath:

 

post #2244 of 4976
looks good!
post #2245 of 4976
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

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

Damn I'm in between, not sure if I should size up.

Caltex you're like the sinnedk of this thread bro relax.
post #2246 of 4976
What retailers are stocking the concrete stark other than unionmade? One more stark and I'm done with cardis for this season.
post #2247 of 4976
four horsemen and mr porter have it
post #2248 of 4976
Just bought an army green stark, Need Supply has Army Green and Triple Blue for cheap, $247.5 shipped with SF code SFNOV10
http://needsupply.com/stark-65608.html
http://needsupply.com/stark-65608.html
post #2249 of 4976
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Just bought an army green stark, Need Supply has Army Green and Triple Blue for cheap, $247.5 shipped with SF code SFNOV10
http://needsupply.com/stark-65608.html
http://needsupply.com/stark-65608.html

did you buy another medium?
post #2250 of 4976
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

did you buy another medium?

Yeah
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