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post #2911 of 4921
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Don't know, but would guess it is the same. I am wearing my ideal triple blue crew right now I got from TBS and it is not overly thick. Wouldn't wear it in an LA summer, but perfect for our 50 degree LA winters.

Thanks appreciate the feedback
post #2912 of 4921
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Originally Posted by wizzeak View Post

Should I get this sweater or no?


Do you like it? We're not the ones who will be wearing it.
post #2913 of 4921
haha I know I'm on the fence about it. probably won't I guess since I'm "on the fence".
post #2914 of 4921
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Just bought two.

No fit pics, but the fit is the same as the crew neck/ideal sweater.
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

is it the same thickness in wool or thicker bc its for the FW? the ideal I have is from the summer

Went to Mohawk to try a few out, wool felt really thin, and quite similar to Uniqlo EFM, didn't even get to trying on as I had zero interest. Fit looked to be standard
post #2915 of 4921
Ok, I know the fit questions get old...but it's a tricky sweater...so stretchy. This is my black melange large that came today.



Before it showed up today I grabbed the concrete in XL from the Unionmade sale. Figure at sale prices on both I can sell the one that doesn't work easily enough. We'll see what happens when the XL shows up.

For reference I'm 6', 194lbs.
post #2916 of 4921
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Went to Mohawk to try a few out, wool felt really thin, and quite similar to Uniqlo EFM, didn't even get to trying on as I had zero interest. Fit looked to be standard

Anybody confirm this. If this is true I'm going to jump ship to UO
post #2917 of 4921
i doubt anything sns is remotely close to efm which is paper thin lol8[1].gif
post #2918 of 4921
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

i doubt anything sns is remotely close to efm which is paper thin lol8[1].gif

Stop by Mohawk man, sweaters are quite thin and you know I'm an SNS fanboy
post #2919 of 4921
S13 it's maybe short in the arms?

Stark resale campaign gathering steam.

Picked up on of those v-necks off mohawk. Thickness not an issue as I'm moving to Vancouver in April. Laters winter.
post #2920 of 4921
stop teasing by blowing up the sns thread

logged in and saw 24 new messages, figured unionmade had gotten an extra shipment of the triple blue fisherman in xl and were selling below retail
post #2921 of 4921
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Went to Mohawk to try a few out, wool felt really thin, and quite similar to Uniqlo EFM, didn't even get to trying on as I had zero interest. Fit looked to be standard

Interesting. I mean I think the quality of the Ideal crew I have is nice. I wouldn't say it is thin, but no it is not too thick, which considering today is about as cold as it gets in LA, I think the heft is perfect here. Can't compare to Uniqlo, but for $120 a piece (on sale at Unionmade), I think it's a good deal.

How much were they at mohawk?
post #2922 of 4921
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Interesting. I mean I think the quality of the Ideal crew I have is nice. I wouldn't say it is thin, but no it is not too thick, which considering today is about as cold as it gets in LA, I think the heft is perfect here. Can't compare to Uniqlo, but for $120 a piece (on sale at Unionmade), I think it's a good deal.

How much were they at mohawk?

$112 I think, it was 50% off. I was just expecting something a little chunkier from SNS. Current sale prices are pretty solid but I just didn't see it for myself, earlier post may have been a bit too harsh
post #2923 of 4921
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


$112 I think, it was 50% off. I was just expecting something a little chunkier from SNS. Current sale prices are pretty solid but I just didn't see it for myself, earlier post may have been a bit too harsh

 

I think certain SNS knits are meant as a base layer; that naval sweater I got from Porter for $80 is also thin but it's surprisingly warm and looks nice under a knit or even an oxford.

post #2924 of 4921
this looks quite nice. great design on the back and nice color:

http://www.dot-mi.it/shop/dettaglio-articolo/prodotto/sns_herning_torso_sweater_188/

$170 shipped to USA after you request for vat removal in the comment section of checking out.
post #2925 of 4921
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

I think the fang is the same weight as the fisherman, just by looking at it. I have both the stark and the fisherman and they are both equal in warmth

By pure weight:

Fang (1.4kg) > Stark (1.2kg) > Fisherman (1.0kg)
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