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post #3316 of 4885
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Steven how warm is that paragon and the stark too if you have it? I've always held off on buying 1 because I figured it'd be too warm for it 90% of the year in the Bay Area.

I have the Paragon in purple melange and live in the Bay Area and I can tell you it's significantly nicer imo, thicker, softer and I like the design better but I usually just wear it open I never button it up. I rarely use my Stark anymore...over it.
post #3317 of 4885
I tried so hard to find a stark in medium and I agree, I'm over it now. I don't think it got more then 2-3 wears out.

I'm in the bay too. It's not too warm for weather around here but it's as much as you're going to need if you go out.
post #3318 of 4885
Nah I meant I like the paragon over my stark anyday, probably 9/10 times I'll go for the paragon, I still use it, just not as much.
post #3319 of 4885
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Steven how warm is that paragon and the stark too if you have it? I've always held off on buying 1 because I figured it'd be too warm for it 90% of the year in the Bay Area.

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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

I don't mind the Stark being decently warm because I can later and just remove as needed. I don't like pullovers like the Paragon because taking them off screws with my hair.

Feel SNS are good layer pieces, they are super warm if no wind, once wind comes it blows right through. I spend most of my time in LA now, it's mostly too warm minus maybe 3 months and evenings. I just got the Paragon shawl, would have preferred the cardigan but green is pretty rare and I had never seen it before. I'm from the bay originally so I think Starks are perfect for SF weather most of the time. Paragon feels heavier though but haven't worn so can't say.
post #3320 of 4885
Thanks guys
post #3321 of 4885
really steven I wear my stark like 6 months out of the year over a v, it is my least fire knit but it's a good workhorse since i don't care too much when anything happens to it bc it's so cheap
post #3322 of 4885
yeah starks are pretty cheap and i got a really cheap one in my sig. too bad its summer in the northern hemisphere. its definitely too warm for one now.
post #3323 of 4885

Do the collar sizes differ in the old and new Stark fits, or are the differences just localized to the body?

post #3324 of 4885
Anyone pickup the Emergent sweater?
post #3325 of 4885

^ I did @ the porter sale, blue medium...likely going back, was just excited to buy something

post #3326 of 4885
What was your impression of it? Hard to tell from the photos about material, fit.
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post #3328 of 4885
Got the fisherman and torso from Porter sale, weight seems crazy light. Any ideas if this is because of S/S weight or what? Feel both have been on site since winter
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post #3330 of 4885
Damn...I want that.
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