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post #286 of 5015
I went for the XL. I have a 45" chest(I take a 46r suit). I could have probably fit into an L, although it would have been annoying for the first week or two. It stretches and insane amount. If your chest is 44 or less, I would probably say go for the L.
post #287 of 5015
The sizing with this brand sure is something. Luckily I'm sure it won't be hard to get rid of if it doesn't fit.
post #288 of 5015
Weird that bigger guys than me fit into a L. Im 185 and 6´3+, and a large is definitly really slim on me, esp over shoulders and upper arms. The shoulder seams are in the perfect place. Also an XL in the slim merino cardigan...
post #289 of 5015
Tall mothers up in this thread. I have a Fisherman turtleneck in L that fits well (6'5", 205, 42" chest). Honestly, I think it would have fit fine in M (definitely room in the shoulders, probably would have stretched fine in the body, would need to be a slim build though) and possibly XL too for that oversized look. The chunky knits are pretty forgiving.
post #290 of 5015
I just received a Large Stark and it is very long in the sleeves and body. I'm 6'2, 175, 40 chest and it is slightly tight in the body (I'm sure it would stretch out fine) but the length and sleeves just won't work for me. I ordered it from CHCM on sale so I don't think I can return it.

It's a Large Brown if anyone is interested in it drop me a PM. I'll post it in B&S tomorrow.
post #291 of 5015
^surprised medium doesn't work for you my chest is the same if not bigger
post #292 of 5015
Just got the Fisherman Full zip, in Small. fits well enough for me to layer a button down. Shit is steez for sure...
post #293 of 5015
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
^surprised medium doesn't work for you my chest is the same if not bigger

The medium would probably fit in the body, I'm not sure how much these stretch. The sleeves and shoulders are fine but I think it is too long. The bottom of the sweater almost covers my ass. I have a short torso though.

Damn, I really want this thing to work...
post #294 of 5015
http://www.endclothing.co.uk/brands/...an-knit-1.html So now a Large is 19" p2p? are these measurements off or should they stretch 2-3 inches...
post #295 of 5015
^measurements are deceiving, plenty of good fit advice in this thread

if you go by measurements of their chunky knits you will be sorely disappointed
post #296 of 5015
Got the marked cardigan. Fit is as expected, identical to the stark.
post #297 of 5015
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Originally Posted by SuperBobo View Post
Weird that bigger guys than me fit into a L. Im 185 and 6´3+, and a large is definitly really slim on me, esp over shoulders and upper arms. The shoulder seams are in the perfect place. Also an XL in the slim merino cardigan...

Agreed. I'm 6'3+ 200-205 and the L would've been too slim as well. Wish there was half an inch or so off the length, but I'm still thrilled with it.
post #298 of 5015
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post
Got the marked cardigan. Fit is as expected, identical to the stark.

Good cops lately, everything jet approved.

May pick that up too on deep discount later.
post #299 of 5015
The things I would do for a stark.
post #300 of 5015
Quote:
Originally Posted by jet View Post
^measurements are deceiving, plenty of good fit advice in this thread

if you go by measurements of their chunky knits you will be sorely disappointed

I actually own a stark in Large and was wondering if the new sweaters (at End and StreetAmmo) fit the same since End Clothings measurements were so different.
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