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post #3751 of 4981
perfect fit, too bad all sns now are too short to purchase

at least saves me a lot of money to spend elsewhere these days
post #3752 of 4981
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Originally Posted by xizenta View Post

So, someone in the sales thread said I was going to fit into my large Stark like a sausage casing (I just ordered it). While we will know for sure in about a week when it gets here, I wanted to ask:

6' 205 pounds... typically wear a size 42 jacket (though I fit into 41's snugly), and my waist measures 37".
Should I have gone XL?

I have an XL before-dinner WvG shirt that fits me pretty well, but I usually go with Large in almost every other brand of clothing, so I'm kind of surprised.

Curious to know how this fits, our measurements are almost identical; I am 8 lbs lighter with broader chest/shoulders (42-43 in jackets). I will wait to pull the trigger until your feedback. Thanks!

 

I see a navy in large on Need Supply, any other recommendations for purchase, or can I just grab it here? 

 

Thanks for all the great input!

post #3753 of 4981
I am 6'0" 200lbs and a 43 chest. New Stark L fits me quite well. It is definitely more of a fitted look but not overly tight.
post #3754 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

I am 6'0" 200lbs and a 43 chest. New Stark L fits me quite well. It is definitely more of a fitted look but not overly tight.

Any pics bud? That seems like around my size (smaller chest by 1 inch, prob bigger waist).
post #3755 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Costa View Post

Curious to know how this fits, our measurements are almost identical; I am 8 lbs lighter with broader chest/shoulders (42-43 in jackets). I will wait to pull the trigger until your feedback. Thanks!

I see a navy in large on Need Supply, any other recommendations for purchase, or can I just grab it here? 

Thanks for all the great input!

should be fine in a L, as ref below

enjoy

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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

I am 6'0" 200lbs and a 43 chest. New Stark L fits me quite well. It is definitely more of a fitted look but not overly tight.

it'll stretch
post #3756 of 4981
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Originally Posted by xizenta View Post

Any pics bud? That seems like around my size (smaller chest by 1 inch, prob bigger waist).

Here you go, not a great pic but you get the idea:

post #3757 of 4981

got my fisherman. it's pretty toasty all right

 

 

 

Size S. Fits really well. (179cm, ca. 85kg)

post #3758 of 4981
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Originally Posted by ReversoLover View Post

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

Now you are just being silly.  Your preferences are your preferences, but appeals to "authenticity" are highly inaccurate.  Traditional fishermen's sweaters are usually a little longer than waist length, and they typically have low arm holes and baggy arms, for ease of movement.  And they are not particularly flattering in a "modern" way, and especially don't fit smaller frames or gym build frames particularly well.  While arguments re. authenticity are probably valid if you are a poster like zissou, for most of us, myself included, it's really not.

post #3759 of 4981
Fok said it well earlier - old Stark and new Stark both have their place - I like them both. One nice thing for me about the new Stark length is I can wear it with shorter jackets.
post #3760 of 4981
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Now you are just being silly.  Your preferences are your preferences, but appeals to "authenticity" are highly inaccurate.  Traditional fishermen's sweaters are usually a little longer than waist length, and they typically have low arm holes and baggy arms, for ease of movement.  And they are not particularly flattering in a "modern" way, and especially don't fit smaller frames or gym build frames particularly well.  While arguments re. authenticity are probably valid if you are a poster like zissou, for most of us, myself included, it's really not.

Lol didn't mean to offend or make any objective claims about one fit versus the other - just an inane comment (on my part) about my own romanticized concepts on what a fisherman sweater is like, hence the "IMO". Hell if I know what fishermen really wear, I basically live in the desert.
post #3761 of 4981
I wish they would remake the marked cardigan in the new sizing, I think it's the best knit they've made. I need a small in that marked cardigan if any lurker any lurker a have one hit me up. Black,blue or clay.
post #3762 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Fok said it well earlier - old Stark and new Stark both have their place - I like them both. One nice thing for me about the new Stark length is I can wear it with shorter jackets.

But its not really meant to be worn with shorter jackets... it's best either worn as the outer layer or layered under a heavier long coat. It always looks ridiculous when someone tries to layer a stark under say, a bomber.
post #3763 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Nicolai View Post

got my fisherman. it's pretty toasty all right


Size S. Fits really well. (179cm, ca. 85kg)

How the hell, did you manage to get in to a small, I'm a little shorter and a kilo heavier and I can't fit into anything smaller than a medium.
Edited by Find Finn - 11/3/13 at 2:07pm
post #3764 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

How the hell, did you manage to get in to a small, I'm a little shorter and a kilo heaver and I can't fit into anything smaller than a medium.

Different build I guess, I work out a few times a week. I'll post a better fit picture tomorrow if I have a chance smile.gif
post #3765 of 4981
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Here you go, not a great pic but you get the idea:


Thanks that looks great.
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