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post #3526 of 4995

Gotta agree with Jet.

 

It looks oversized on the model, I guess when I saw Fok's pictures I was envisioning something a bit tighter and more militaristic. But damn, those sleeves are long.

 

Memento in Blue it is then.

post #3527 of 4995
That dude is wearing his about 3 sizes too large. For reference, I have 2 colors of the cardigan, and it fits about the same as my Starks (slimmer and shorter than FW11, but a bit more loose compared to FW12).
post #3528 of 4995

can you post a normal fit pic of the ion cardigan, Fok?  color doesn't matter.

that model isn't doing anyone any favors in terms of real fit....

post #3529 of 4995
whoa hold up man you're asking for too much there lol
post #3530 of 4995
Does the fearless leader not show himself or something? Lol
post #3531 of 4995
it is asking for a lot, but I gotta get one photo more than Jet has posted in the last 3 years, so...

post #3532 of 4995
bro that fits like a thermal on you LOL

fuck you i got way more pics up than you
post #3533 of 4995
It's a pretty heavy knit, heavier than the Stark, so I pulled it down so that there was not so much bunching, which I find with all S.N.S Herning knits before they wear in and "fall out" a little. I've gotten a single day's use out of it so far, so it feels a little stiff. I think that people who own the heavier SNS Herning knits (The Stark is among the lightest of the knits, ime) will understand what I am taking able. The fit is looser than the FW12 Stark, and about the same tightness as the FW10 stark. Not sure what else to say.
post #3534 of 4995
i want one of those.

been wearing my stark on the daily lately. its so good in rainy overcast climates, can see why this stuff comes in handy out a sea.

it's like chain mail that keeps you warm
post #3535 of 4995
I find that with a sweater like this, a heavier leather jacket (my Margiela 5-zip is about my lightest leather jacket,) and you are pretty set for pretty much the coldest weather. The knit keeps you warm, and the leather cuts the wind. If you are in Montreal or Edmonton during a blustery day, you need a thick scarf, a toque and some warm gloves, but your core is pretty much good to go.
post #3536 of 4995
ion in oxblood doesn't look as good as in fok's pitti pics

some nice pieces so far, nothing I love enough to kop at retail though
post #3537 of 4995
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I find that with a sweater like this, a heavier leather jacket (my Margiela 5-zip is about my lightest leather jacket,) and you are pretty set for pretty much the coldest weather. The knit keeps you warm, and the leather cuts the wind. If you are in Montreal or Edmonton during a blustery day, you need a thick scarf, a toque and some warm gloves, but your core is pretty much good to go.

yep, it's the ticket for sure. a nice little furnace for the darker months. also like the fact it's not a shawl, keeps the lungs and all that stuff warm.

gonna go for the scandinavian formula and wear it under a stutterheim. rain, what rain?
post #3538 of 4995
Quote:
Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I find that with a sweater like this, a heavier leather jacket (my Margiela 5-zip is about my lightest leather jacket,) and you are pretty set for pretty much the coldest weather. The knit keeps you warm, and the leather cuts the wind. If you are in Montreal or Edmonton during a blustery day, you need a thick scarf, a toque and some warm gloves, but your core is pretty much good to go.

Appreciate the Edmonton shoutout. You ever been?
post #3539 of 4995
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

Appreciate the Edmonton shoutout. You ever been?

A lot of my extended family has been based on Calgary for a generation, and I used to hike a lot to Banff and Jasper, so I've been to Edmonton many times - usually during the summer though.

I find that I don't really need it in rainy weather, and that in the fall, a S.N.S Herning over a tee is pretty much all I need to wear until it dips below about 50F (10C).
post #3540 of 4995
Thanks for posting the pic Fok. Agreed the red is underwelming in the pic that was posted...
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