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post #3586 of 4975
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

^will keep that in mind

still liking memento too

Probably for you, especially being in LA, I'd recommend the Memento, which is a less dense overall, and since it's sorta a jacket, is a bit more loose, which is what you seem to prefer. The Ion is not really slim either. It's definitely less slim than the newer Starks. In most pictures, including the one I took, it looks more slim because for photos, you pull it down, and smooth it out. Because it's a static picture, it's easy to get a wool "muffin top" because of the heaviness of the knit, that is not there in real life, since people move irl, and don't just stand there with their arms at their side.
post #3587 of 4975
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Originally Posted by Hobbs View Post

Better look at the oxblood Ion at Mr Porter: http://www.mrporter.com/product/378183

ion is officially stark 2.0, liking oxblood even more too.

no way I'm paying 400 bucks for it though
post #3588 of 4975
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Probably for you, especially being in LA, I'd recommend the Memento, which is a less dense overall, and since it's sorta a jacket, is a bit more loose

Why's the price point so much higher than the Stark, if it's lighter?
post #3589 of 4975
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Originally Posted by Mehmet Korkmaz View Post

Why's the price point so much higher than the Stark, if it's lighter?

I didn't mean to say that the Memento is lighter than the Stark. The weave is lighter than the Ion, it seems, which is quite dense.

Of the three cardigans, the Stark is by far the lightest.
post #3590 of 4975
someone needs to stock the ion cardigan in that green
post #3591 of 4975
Interested in the Memento, but I can't get a handle on the sizing. I'm about 5 feet 7 inches 160 with broad shoulders... usually take a 36 in mall brand suits... or a size 38 in slim suiting. Ervell pocket sweaters I'm a small. Measurements from endclothing say the pit to pit is around 17 to 18 inches for a small... which is about an inch to two inches smaller than sweaters I currently have. Just curious on if this model stretches or keeps shape. Would really like some help before I shell out 400 dollars.
post #3592 of 4975
medium
post #3593 of 4975

Ordered a sweater from the official online store on Sep 21 and haven't heard anything since. Got a payment confirmation from Paypal, but no order confirmation or shipping notice from SNS. Sent them two emails (to their info email & the web shop one) but they haven't replied. Is this normal for SNS? It's no biggie if the sweater shows up in the mail after a while, but it's weird that they don't respond to emails.

post #3594 of 4975
They did reply to one of my 6 emails..........after a couple of months.



The guy was very helpful though!
post #3595 of 4975
Call them
post #3596 of 4975
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Originally Posted by quicksilverXP View Post

Interested in the Memento, but I can't get a handle on the sizing. I'm about 5 feet 7 inches 160 with broad shoulders... usually take a 36 in mall brand suits... or a size 38 in slim suiting. Ervell pocket sweaters I'm a small. Measurements from endclothing say the pit to pit is around 17 to 18 inches for a small... which is about an inch to two inches smaller than sweaters I currently have. Just curious on if this model stretches or keeps shape. Would really like some help before I shell out 400 dollars.

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Originally Posted by jet View Post

medium

Either a small or a medium, depending on how you like it to fit. For reference, I am 5'11" and 175 (well, 178, but whatever) lbs, and have an exact 40" chest, but my frame is really more like that of a larger 38. A medium fits me "regular", and is slightly long in the arms (and I have a big wingspan for my height). A medium, given your preference in other things, is going to be pretty drapey on you. A small will be more fitted. I am a solid medium in the Ervell pocket sweater. Much smaller, and it would be anatomical, even a bit obscene. fwiw, S.N.S Herning knits do have a fair bit of stretch in them.
post #3597 of 4975
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Call them

 

Yeah, I'll probably do that next week if I haven't heard anything by then.

post #3598 of 4975
looks like ion in my size is long enough

what size is yours fok
post #3599 of 4975

6'1..180 lbs..thinking a Large in Stark would be a good fit, but curious to know what y'all think. Thanks!

post #3600 of 4975

I'm 5'11 195 and L is my Size...

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