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post #3061 of 4901
Porter's got some nice stuff in for SS:

http://www.mrporter.com/product/347925



http://www.mrporter.com/product/347931

post #3062 of 4901
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Porter's got some nice stuff in for SS:

http://www.mrporter.com/product/347925



http://www.mrporter.com/product/347931

impressive piece
post #3063 of 4901
why the fuck you quoting pics directly above
post #3064 of 4901
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why the fuck you quoting pics directly above
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post #3066 of 4901
Two questions about the Fisherman Round Neck Crewneck: First, from this current season, what would be the best sizing be for someone with a 40 to 41 inch chest? I want the fit to be trim, not ultra fitted, but not slouchy either. Secondly, what is the weight of the sweater? Would it be unbearable walking around 70+ degree weather? I know the Trope sweater is lighter, but having tried another mixed cotton/merino creation of SNS's, I find I much prefer the substantial feel of the winter knits. My Paragon jumper is both substantial and yet comfortable, because the bars of the stitching lets the entire sweater breathe. I hope I can re-create that if I buy the roundneck. What's the recommendation?
post #3067 of 4901
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Two questions about the Fisherman Round Neck Crewneck: First, from this current season, what would be the best sizing be for someone with a 40 to 41 inch chest? I want the fit to be trim, not ultra fitted, but not slouchy either. Secondly, what is the weight of the sweater? Would it be unbearable walking around 70+ degree weather? I know the Trope sweater is lighter, but having tried another mixed cotton/merino creation of SNS's, I find I much prefer the substantial feel of the winter knits. My Paragon jumper is both substantial and yet comfortable, because the bars of the stitching lets the entire sweater breathe. I hope I can re-create that if I buy the roundneck. What's the recommendation?

I'm a 41" chest & wear a large. There is no way in hell I'd wear it in 70 degree weather; it's pretty heavy.
post #3068 of 4901
Definitely go with a large. I'm normally a 38-39 chest and a medium fits very slim, to the point where wearing an Oxford under feels uncomfortable.
post #3069 of 4901

edit: Nvm, found a chart here: http://290sqm.com/sns-sizing/sns-sizing.html

post #3070 of 4901
Does anyone know if it's still possible to get the green sPark (with P) anywhere, or have they stopped producing it?
post #3071 of 4901
Basis jacket I got from volls is pretty sweet. No pockets is slightly frustrating, but typical SNS cut/quality.
post #3072 of 4901

been over a month like to post that never gotten hit by any fedex customs/duties from end clothing from that stark sale, ymmv

post #3073 of 4901

^same here. no customs duties from end, received 12/24/12. 

post #3074 of 4901
got my full zip fisherman in xl from roden grey and it's great...that said, it's REALLY slim in the arms (I even have slimmish arms for my size), and even a bit in the body, but shoulders are even a tad big. I don't remember my stark being quite this slim when I got it

anyone else have similar experience? possible this is a defect?
post #3075 of 4901
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

got my full zip fisherman in xl from roden grey and it's great...that said, it's REALLY slim in the arms (I even have slimmish arms for my size), and even a bit in the body, but shoulders are even a tad big. I don't remember my stark being quite this slim when I got it

anyone else have similar experience? possible this is a defect?

Naw man. Mine is like that. Just wear it in a bit, the arms will loosen up.
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