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post #3601 of 4995
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

looks like ion in my size is long enough

what size is yours fok

Mine is a medium.  Unless you have really wide shoulders, I wouldn't recommend that you size um, since the Ion has defined shoulders at the seam, unlike their other cardigans.

post #3602 of 4995
l has 20" p2p tho son
post #3603 of 4995
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

l has 20" p2p tho son

Me too.  Pretty much dead on, +/- .25" depending on any number of factors.  The medium is probably the right size for you.  It is really not tight at all.  When I sit down, there is considerable loose material in the front (the arms are "semi-fitted",but I'd be comfortable layering a shirt underneath.  If you want something that would work oversized, probably go with the Memento, but the overstitch at the shoulder of the Ion would make it look a bit awkward if you oversized that.

post #3604 of 4995
sorry meant the large has 20 p20 not I
post #3605 of 4995
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

sorry meant the large has 20 p20 not I

I think that measurements of knits are often not very useful, since they are elastic and drape. and the "fit" depends critically on the knit pattern,  A lightweight stockinette or garter stitched garment with a P2P of 20" is very different from a heavy, bubble knit with the same, is going to be different from a stretchy ribbed stitch knit.

post #3606 of 4995
right but point is it's smaller than my chest so it has to still stretch to fit so not unreasonable to think it would fit right and not be too big
post #3607 of 4995
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

right but point is it's smaller than my chest so it has to still stretch to fit so not unreasonable to think it would fit right and not be too big

I suppose so.  I just know that I'm about your size, and a large would be huge on the shoulders and the arms would be really long - and I have pretty long arms for my height.  As it is, the shoulders hit just right.

post #3608 of 4995
ok will skip thanks
post #3609 of 4995
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

ok will skip thanks

Get the Memento.  From what you seem to like, it will be more your style anyway.  Plus, in LA, you will never need more than that as a piece of outerwear.

post #3610 of 4995
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post


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.

Wow thanks a lot... that was super helpful. I'm gonna go with the small and hopefully I'll have time to decide before the place sells out of the medium.
post #3611 of 4995

This is what I got as measurements for the size Large Ion cardigan

 

Shoulders: 19-20"

Chest: 21-23"

Length: 26" (from bottom of collar)

Arms: 37" (center of collar to shoulder seam plus the length from the shoulder seem to the end of the sleeve)

 

These were taken with the sweater laying flat 

 

Overall fit assessment: Fits well in the front chest, a little baggy around my waist, a little baggy on the back waist area, a little too big in the shoulders, sleeves are too long

 

For reference: I'm similarly sized with LA Guy, 5' 11"  185 lbs, semi-athletic build, shirt size is usually 16" collar, 19" shoulders, 22-23" chest with 35" sleeves. 

post #3612 of 4995

best place to cop a stark right now?

post #3613 of 4995

how does the old stark sizing compare to the new one? The small in the new one fits slightly tight, but if I go medium, it gets crazy. May just buy the old fit depending on how it compares.

post #3614 of 4995
anywhere carrying the ion in oxblood yet? likely, size XL
post #3615 of 4995
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

anywhere carrying the ion in oxblood yet? likely, size XL

You can get one via FarFetch: http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/designer-sns-herning-textured-wool-cardigan-item-10512365.aspx?storeid=9081

Just one XL left.
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