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post #46 of 5080
Should serve well on the high seas.
post #47 of 5080
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Well, here is the L Naval on me. It's not quite skin tight like most Breton-type sweaters I've seen worn. And, it's about as long as I could stand to wear (these things are long!). OPinions on the fit? Keep or sell? I won't be able to find another in this color in M, that's for sure.



Honestly, I think it fits me well, but could stand to be a tiny bit smaller. Maybe not worth sizing down...

Fit looks spot on to me. I agree that it could be a tad smaller, but sizing down one isn't really going to work.
post #48 of 5080
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Well, here is the L Naval on me. It's not quite skin tight like most Breton-type sweaters I've seen worn. And, it's about as long as I could stand to wear (these things are long!). OPinions on the fit? Keep or sell? I won't be able to find another in this color in M, that's for sure.



Honestly, I think it fits me well, but could stand to be a tiny bit smaller. Maybe not worth sizing down...

http://www.streetammo.dk/commodity/2...-herning-naval - the opposite colorway, but I could see it working. They have some sort of sale going on as well.
post #49 of 5080
I have not been able to process my transaction with the above (StreetAmmo) site - or at least the ".com" version of it. I contacted them and they replied mentioning that they were currently setting up an FedEx shipping account, thus the delay. Perhaps this was just for international orders (e.g. to Canada)? Could anybody else see if they can get past stage 2 of their checkout process? (I'd pay a small proxy fee.) I'm looking for a Stark in M - preferably Navy or Burgandy.
post #50 of 5080
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Honestly, I think it fits me well, but could stand to be a tiny bit smaller. Maybe not worth sizing down...

I think it works given your wardrobe, but i feel like you could have maybe gone with a Medium too. It would stretch a bit in the chest and you may have been happier with the length on it. If you want to look at measurements on the medium i can send some over.

Also, if anyone need measurements on the Stark, Naval, or Fisherman just let me know. We still have S, M, and L in all three styles.
post #51 of 5080
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Originally Posted by thomasec View Post
TONS of SNS Herning here, and they take out VAT when shipping to the States, making the end price roughly the same as TBS:

http://www.stoy-munkholm.dk/male/sns-herning.html

Might be a few XS.
Is this site legit?

I'm so itching to try out a Stark in a medium. I understand we all have different builds, but from reading the posts, I think a medium will suit me well. I'm 5'9''-5'10'' at 155 lbs, 31 waist.
post #52 of 5080
Any sites stocking XS? Looking to buy one.
post #53 of 5080
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Originally Posted by Guy_4HM View Post
I think it works given your wardrobe, but i feel like you could have maybe gone with a Medium too. It would stretch a bit in the chest and you may have been happier with the length on it. If you want to look at measurements on the medium i can send some over.

Also, if anyone need measurements on the Stark, Naval, or Fisherman just let me know. We still have S, M, and L in all three styles.
I see the pictures and blog entry for the SNS, but I don't see it for sale on your online store?

If you can give me measurements on a small and medium in the Starks, that would be great. I think I'm a medium, but I would like measurements for a small as well. Also what are your prices? Thanks in advance.
post #54 of 5080
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post
Is this site legit?

I'm so itching to try out a Stark in a medium. I understand we all have different builds, but from reading the posts, I think a medium will suit me well. I'm 5'9''-5'10'' at 155 lbs, 31 waist.
You could probably do a small, I'm 6'2-6'3 170 - 175 and got a medium.
post #55 of 5080
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post
Is this site legit?

I'm so itching to try out a Stark in a medium. I understand we all have different builds, but from reading the posts, I think a medium will suit me well. I'm 5'9''-5'10'' at 155 lbs, 31 waist.

Agreed, I'm the exact same build as you and I got a small in the stark cardigan. Fits spot on.
post #56 of 5080
anyone who owned the under-sweater, how thick is it? any other recommendation for sns thin sweater? i am thinking of getting a sns for asian weather, ironic i know.
post #57 of 5080
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Should serve well on the high seas.
Well I did throw on the watch cap for full effect...
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Originally Posted by hobojones View Post
Fit looks spot on to me. I agree that it could be a tad smaller, but sizing down one isn't really going to work.
Usually, if it could be a tad smaller, that means it;ll eventually be too big...
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
http://www.streetammo.dk/commodity/2...-herning-naval - the opposite colorway, but I could see it working. They have some sort of sale going on as well.
My backup plan if I wasn't happy with the fit on this one was to buy that exact sweater in M
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Originally Posted by Guy_4HM View Post
I think it works given your wardrobe, but i feel like you could have maybe gone with a Medium too. It would stretch a bit in the chest and you may have been happier with the length on it. If you want to look at measurements on the medium i can send some over.
Yeah, I usually buy sweaters to be a little snug in the chest expecting them to stretch to just the right fit, which they usually do. This one has plenty of room without being huge, so I half wonder if it will wind up stretching to a poor fit eventually. Hmm, I will try it on one more time tomorrow and decide. It's not really thick enough to look good over a button down, so maybe I should size down one. The one I have is NWT, but bought off B&S, so I might have to put it back up there... EDIT: I'll STFU and keep it. I tried it on over a light knit shirt, and bunched up the bottom a bit, and I'm really liking the fit of it.
post #58 of 5080
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post
You could probably do a small, I'm 6'2-6'3 170 - 175 and got a medium.
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Originally Posted by thomasec View Post
Agreed, I'm the exact same build as you and I got a small in the stark cardigan. Fits spot on.
Thanks for the help, fellas! Glad I didn't order a medium yet. Now I just need to determine if the site is legit or not. I'm sure it is, but I want to see if anyone on here has ordered from them yet, I'd love their input on the service. Edit: Must be boredom on Friday night, but I went ahead and ordered a small from the aforementioned website. I used my Amex just in case anything should go wrong. The process was a bit of a pain since almost everything was in Danish. Total for the stark with shipping to California, USA came out to be $222.75 USD. Another edit: If anyone else plans to order from the site, I used the Google translator to translate words and sentences that confused me. Came in very handy. http://translate.google.com
post #59 of 5080
This should help people out a lot with sizing: http://www.chcmshop.com/brands.php?id=11
post #60 of 5080
^Not really, stretch makes measurements when the things aren't worn pretty meaningless. Any given size of sns knit is going to work for a large range of people, fitting slimmer or more relaxed still looks good.
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