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should we just reconvene next fall?

edit - mr porter s/s sale?
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Yeah shut it down till winter drops.

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Anyone have a large Stark in the new fit they'd like to trade for my large Army Green?  Open to most colorways.

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So the Stark Cardigan was first made in the 30′s...are there any photos of people wearing it back there?
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should we just reconvene next fall?

edit - mr porter s/s sale?


Looks like they are not carrying SS14
post #4761 of 5005
thats a shame. they are going to lose alot of cheap ass customers during their 70% off sale. me in particular
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So the Stark Cardigan was first made in the 30′s...are there any photos of people wearing it back there?

 

That's reaching, dude.

 

@CelliniEVO Green was all you could kop on sale too, eh? Wish I snagged a triple navy. There's always next year. Or trolling ebay. Hmm, actually this one is kind of tempting.... 

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Edited by ChetB - 3/2/14 at 8:20pm
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Any shops still carrying the fisherman navy crewneck in S or M? I've found 1 but they only have large left. If anyone might sell pm me.
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So i've been reading this thread trying to determine what size I might take in SNS herning, and i'm even more confused than ever haha. I want to get a stark, a fisherman roll neck, and a crew neck (not all at once, but eventually). I am 6'4, 205lbs, normally wear a 40L suit, and L in most things. What size should I be looking for in these things? Some say M, some L, some XL, and all the p2p measurements I see online seem insanely small for the sizes. Any info would be much appreciated.

 

Edit: 40" chest, shirt size 16.5 with 38 sleeve, if that also helps. Super long arms, but normal torso size for my height.

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I'm also a 40 L, though I'm 6'2" and 170 lbs. I take an XL in Stark and an L in most other stuff. Based on your height and weight, I'd say you probably want to look at an XXL Stark and XL other stuff, but your suit size throws me off.

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I'm also a 40 L, though I'm 6'2" and 170 lbs. I take an XL in Stark and an L in most other stuff. Based on your height and weight, I'd say you probably want to look at an XXL Stark and XL other stuff, but your suit size throws me off.

 

Thanks. Im fairly lean up top, hence the 40L. Lots of my weight is in my legs (I'm black and I like to squat...), so i'd probably be close to the same measurements as you, so i'll look for XL and L. Thanks again.

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Yeah, @Nakedsnake I can't imagine you'd be a M in anything SNS.

Goit my Ion crew. Thick as hell! Amazing fabric. But jesus, size Large feels huge on me. May just have to put it in the closet until next fall and then re-asses/sell.

Good deals on a couple items still in stock over at Mutiny DC...
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They usually do.

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Yeah, @Nakedsnake I can't imagine you'd be a M in anything SNS.

Goit my Ion crew. Thick as hell! Amazing fabric. But jesus, size Large feels huge on me. May just have to put it in the closet until next fall and then re-asses/sell.

Good deals on a couple items still in stock over at Mutiny DC...

Really? My medium ion crew is a good fit, even fitted, on my 5'11", 38-40 frame.
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Really? My medium ion crew is a good fit, even fitted, on my 5'11", 38-40 frame.

Well, I'm 6'3, but only 175 so I'm pretty lean. I typically wear a 40, and I have somewhat broad shoulders for my build (thank you, years of competitive swimming as a kid) but I don't have much of a chest.

It feels quite big through the body and is long in the sleeves. I kept "hearing" your post in my head about just going w/ a size and sometimes having it be looser and sometimes more fitted, but this one just feels kinda sloppy to me. It's exacerbated (in my mind anyway) by how thick and chunky the knit is--even more so than Starks, etc (though there are a few of the big cardigans I've not handled).

On the one hand, I don't need to overthink it. On the other, I do care about having things fit in a way that's pleasing to me. Either way, it's suddenly seeming more and more like spring everyday so this piece may just sit for a while anyway...
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