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post #3121 of 4960
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

The average height in Denmark is 6ft tall. Yes, average. Anybody who think they're supposed to wear SNS long is just fooling themselves.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_height#Average_height_around_the_world

LOL!! So starks are short and fitted on these guys who are an inch or two taller than me yet my stark would be long as fuck on them too in size medium.

Makes sense.

PS. Short knits look dumb as fuck.
post #3122 of 4960
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

LOL!! So starks are short and fitted on these guys who are an inch or two taller than me yet my stark would be long as fuck on them too in size medium.

Makes sense.

PS. Short knits look dumb as fuck.

Cool story, bro
post #3123 of 4960
Please provide us with more of your brilliant perceptions benjamin.
post #3124 of 4960
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Please provide us with more of your brilliant perceptions benjamin.

Not brilliant by any stretch. But you might have lower standards...

Good fit



My Grandma has better fit fit

post #3125 of 4960
ok benjamin the time has now come for you to stfu
post #3126 of 4960
If your shirt's hem is seen poking out under the stark it's too short imo. That granny must be steezy as fuck.
post #3127 of 4960

I'm Swedish, 6'3, and my Stark from 2011 in size M goes over half off my ass. The old longer fit sure wasn't meant to be short. With a 42 chest it is quite fitted though with an ocbd underneath.

post #3128 of 4960
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Originally Posted by sexonfabric View Post


So for unfashionable body types? Cool marketing decision. Fucking shit that SNS is now built for midgets.

 

Dude I'm 6 feet tall with like a 29/30" inseam, meaning I have a really long torso, and the new stark is pretty much perfect to wear under a bomber-type jacket.  Hardly built for midgets.  I don't think I'd dislike a longer knit either but I like the fit on this.

 

I feel like some people are just trying to build up a stupid justification for why their "OG" stark is better.

post #3129 of 4960
This thread is going to become another brand centric thread that will go to complete shit very soon
post #3130 of 4960

Current season Stark knockoff made by unknown Tovar and being sold the truly crappy company Jack Threads -- 70% acrylic, 30% wool for $99, wow.

post #3131 of 4960
good thing the knockoff didn't try to copy the impressive Stark collar
post #3132 of 4960
Nope - but JCrew tried last winter.
Quote:
Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

The average height in Denmark is 6ft tall. Yes, average. Anybody who think they're supposed to wear SNS long is just fooling themselves.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_height#Average_height_around_the_world

Wat if Im 6ft...? CANH I WERE TEH SNSz?!?!
post #3133 of 4960
Hi there, I'm a midget (5.4) for SNS Herning, what about buying a stark and wearing as a trench coat? biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
post #3134 of 4960

supposed to be long bruh, if it aint hitting your knees you ain't doing it right

post #3135 of 4960
I am considering picking up an Amalgam cardigan. There is little info on the forum about this line. What are the pros / cons of thsr Amalgam versus the Stark? For reference I am 6'1 and weigh about 165 lbs, relatively slim build and usually an M in sweaters.
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