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post #3736 of 5091
Have fun? What does that even mean? Was that indended for me? Now I'm even more confused
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Ugg and not the shoe, I now need a perfectly brewed espresso pulled on my double boiler espresso maker before I can continue.....

post #3738 of 5091
Triple Grey Mix... oh god there must be more of these on the internets, there must be...
post #3739 of 5091
There is now one less on the internetz:

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Thank you
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Can any Americans comment on the best (cheapest, easiest shipping, etc) way to get a Stark? Leaning towards navy but could go with oxblood/bordeaux. Cheapest I've found is endclothing.co.uk but they don't have navy in large.

post #3743 of 5091
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Originally Posted by scrolls View Post
 

Can any Americans comment on the best (cheapest, easiest shipping, etc) way to get a Stark? Leaning towards navy but could go with oxblood/bordeaux. Cheapest I've found is endclothing.co.uk but they don't have navy in large.

You have to factor in duties if you're in the US buying from overseas.

post #3744 of 5091
tres bien is an excellent source
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Have used both Tres Bien & End, they were both fast and have yet to have a problem with "duties" but always something to look forward to.

 

Just got the "Stark" in navy and its nice.

 

GL

post #3746 of 5091
End is notorious for people getting hit with duties; they use Fedex. Not sure about TBS.
post #3747 of 5091

Mr Porter has the Stark but only in Green.  I wish Porter had the navy mix I would get it on the black friday sale.  

post #3748 of 5091
Got an old fit Stark in size S off the Marketplace - like the longer length
post #3749 of 5091
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Originally Posted by ReversoLover View Post

Got an old fit Stark in size S off the Marketplace - like the longer length

Yep, new lengths are terrible.
post #3750 of 5091
it just feels/fits more like how an old-school style chunky "fisherman" knit should be, IMO - slightly baggy and a little on the longer side
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