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post #3511 of 4885
the paragons have. other two were recent. kafka ships fedex too soo expect 15% customs
post #3512 of 4885
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

good prices on SNS paragon and others, only a handful of sizes though

http://www.kafka.co.uk/sale/SNSHerning_0_474_0_de_c.html

Google search gives kafka10 for 10% off as well.
post #3513 of 4885
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Originally Posted by who8mahrice View Post

This might be sacrilegious to some here...but I'm thinking about trying to shrink my wool purple melange v-neck. I'm kinda in between a small and medium. I'm trying to decide if I want to attempt shrinking the medium a bit or stretching out the small. Since the shrinking depends so much on the sweater's weave, I wanted to ask if anyone here has any experience with shrinking SNS knits.

I tried it and ruined an SNS Herning Fang. I wouldn't mess with it.
post #3514 of 4885
agreed, great way to ruin something

if you want to shrink it maybe try it in the dryer for a little bit at a time
post #3515 of 4885
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Originally Posted by jimney View Post

Has anyone ordered from Frans Boone or End and had to pay import duties to the U.S.?

Ordered a Navy Blue Mix Stark from End Clothing on Friday, got a call this morning from Fedex wanting to pre-clear the item through customs (Asked for whether it was knit/woven, for men/women, material, manufacture and manufacture address). Wondering if this means I'll get hit with fee's, never had them call before.
post #3516 of 4885
Boiling wool is a century old treatment. I'd call in transformative, rather than ruining. Whether you like it transformed or not is another question altogether. Knits can easily be washed, dried most of the way, and then stretched to the fit you want. Wovens, now that is tough. If you are going to do post-construction processing (like garment dyeing), then you have to either do a good job of shrinking all the fabric before hand, or you'll probably have to make a bunch of samples before getting it right.
post #3517 of 4885
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Originally Posted by nothclif View Post

Ordered a Navy Blue Mix Stark from End Clothing on Friday, got a call this morning from Fedex wanting to pre-clear the item through customs (Asked for whether it was knit/woven, for men/women, material, manufacture and manufacture address). Wondering if this means I'll get hit with fee's, never had them call before.

Please post photos ones you've got it!

Regarding the fees, I don't know where you live so i'm not sure of your regulations but it should depend on what you told them it was worth.
post #3518 of 4885
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Please post photos ones you've got it!

Regarding the fees, I don't know where you live so i'm not sure of your regulations but it should depend on what you told them it was worth.

I live in the U.S. and oddly enough they didn't ask how much it was worth with all the other questions. Just got it in today and no fees yet.

End Clothing's photos aren't too far off in color, just a bit less grey/green look to it. I'll see if I can get a better pick when there is better light out.
Stark navy mix
post #3519 of 4885

you'll get a fee notice in the mail from fedex about a week later.  i just got hit up for like 16.5% of the cost of my stark... :(  oh well.

post #3520 of 4885
Thanks nothclif I appreciate it. Sure, would love some more photos too!

I plan on getting the Triple Grey Stark, End is sold out in size Medium. Anyone know a stockist that carry it? Thanks in advance.
post #3521 of 4885

I've got a black Stark (old fit, size XL) that's too long on me and an army green Stark (new fit, size L) that's not quite big enough. Thinking about selling them both and getting it right with an XL in the new fit...

post #3522 of 4885

Haberdash has some interesting pieces I haven't seen at other retailers so far... http://korvue.shophaberdash.com/products/?section=302&tAction=Search&brid=1250

post #3523 of 4885
Hey guys,

Sorry if this has been covered, I did a search of the thread but didn't find what I was looking for. I'm looking at buying a prior season full zip Fisherman - I'm 5'9 140 and wear Small in most everything (including a SNS Herning t-shirt I have). Fit should be fine for the jacket, right? Thanks in advance...
post #3524 of 4885
I think this is the first stockist I've seen with the Ion cardigan in oxblood:

http://www.43hostem.co.uk/shopping/men/designer-sns-herning-textured-wool-cardigan-item-10512365.aspx

Doesn't look as good as the photos Fok took at Pitti.
post #3525 of 4885
looks booboo
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