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post #3691 of 5015

thanks man, but I didn't see any starcks on that site. looking for this one -- sz M or S

 

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post #3692 of 5015
size S my man. that's a nice color too
post #3693 of 5015
what do you guys thing of the dry grass color? or the dry grass mix? i think sns does green best when its dark
post #3694 of 5015
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Originally Posted by thinman View Post


No cardigans in oxblood mix. frown.gif

The Stark "bardeaux" at Unionmade does not look like bordeaux at all, it might even be oxblood.

BTW the oxblood mix is everywhere, Très bien, Centre commercial etc. 

post #3695 of 5015
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

thanks man, but I didn't see any starcks on that site. looking for this one -- sz M or S

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They have it give them a call
post #3696 of 5015
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Originally Posted by Lollie View Post

The Stark "bardeaux" at Unionmade does not look like bordeaux at all, it might even be oxblood.
BTW the oxblood mix is everywhere, Très bien, Centre commercial etc. 

Yeah, but I was hoping that unionmade would have better pricing and I wouldn't have to hassle with customs duties. I assumed the "bardeaux" was bordeaux, but I'll take another look.
post #3697 of 5015
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

what do you guys thing of the dry grass color? or the dry grass mix? i think sns does green best when its dark

agreed. sns definitely does green best in darker shades, that dry grass is less than flattering

anyone get the customs hammer ordering from fransboone? been thinking about the ion sweater over the card.
post #3698 of 5015
Can anyone comment on how the Fisherman zip-up fit compares to the 'new' Stark fit? I want to get one to use as a liner underneath my lighter jackets (stark is sometimes too warm/thick).
post #3699 of 5015

Hi guys. Long time lurker here, and I'm really liking the fit and look of the Stark cardigan, like many others. I was wondering what a good size would be, since I'm super skinny (145 lbs, 6'3"). The Uniqlo heavy gauge cardigan that is kind of a knock off of the Stark fit me reasonably well in size S.

 

Also, since these things are pretty expensive, are there any places that sometimes run sales on them? I like the triple grey and navy melange ones a lot, but if any of them are deeply discounted then it's enticing, regardless of the color...

 

As a final question, what is the comparison of the fit like to something like an Inverallan 3A in XX-Small/X-Small/Small? I noticed that some colors in these sizes were available on End.


Edited by N E B - 10/27/13 at 10:09pm
post #3700 of 5015
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Originally Posted by N E B View Post
 

Hi guys. Long time lurker here, and I'm really liking the fit and look of the Stark cardigan, like many others. I was wondering what a good size would be, since I'm super skinny (145 lbs, 6'3"). The Uniqlo heavy gauge cardigan that is kind of a knock off of the Stark fit me reasonably well in size S.

 

Also, since these things are pretty expensive, are there any places that sometimes run sales on them? I like the triple grey and navy melange ones a lot, but if any of them are deeply discounted then it's enticing, regardless of the color...

 

As a final question, what is the comparison of the fit like to something like an Inverallan 3A in XX-Small/X-Small/Small? I noticed that some colors in these sizes were available on End.

 

I recommend a Medium at least for the Stark, simply for length. A good Small of the old fit would have fit you well though (I have one, it's very long).

post #3701 of 5015
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Who's gonna be a baller and get the blankets?

Blanket in navy available in-store at CSC! Give us a call if you'd like to order one! (We only have two left, though.)

post #3702 of 5015
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

Can anyone comment on how the Fisherman zip-up fit compares to the 'new' Stark fit? I want to get one to use as a liner underneath my lighter jackets (stark is sometimes too warm/thick).

New Fishermans are similar in length/cut to new Starks. The thicker/more open knit of the Stark is def bulkier than the Fisherman, but it's not like the Fishermans are lightweight. Guess it depends on your locale and layering approach...
post #3703 of 5015
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

Can anyone comment on how the Fisherman zip-up fit compares to the 'new' Stark fit? I want to get one to use as a liner underneath my lighter jackets (stark is sometimes too warm/thick).

 

Below are measurements of the Fisherman zip-up in a SMALL (we are out of MEDIUM, apologies):
 
Length (From Shoulder): 25"
Back: 24"
Sleeve (From Pit): 27" (NOTE: Sleeve ribbing/cuff is extra long and meant to stylistically be folded up)
Pit to Pit: 18"
post #3704 of 5015
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Originally Posted by carsonstreet View Post
 

 

Whoa, don't know what happened there. Again, Fisherman Zip measurements on a SMALL:

 

Length: 25"

Back: 24"

Sleeve (Measured from pit): 27" (extra long and stylistically meant to be cuffed)

Pit to Pit: 18"

post #3705 of 5015
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Originally Posted by carsonstreet View Post
 

Blanket in navy available in-store at CSC! Give us a call if you'd like to order one! (We only have two left, though.)

I have one in oxblood - wife loves it.  Really warm on cold nights - great for the bed, great for the couch.  Honestly, was probably the purchase of the season that I'll have for a long time.

 

I would highly recommend them.  Now I have a blanket that matches my sweater.  tbh, I've already misplaced my sweater on my bed a couple of times, and it took a while to find it, camoflaged as it was. 

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