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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post


That kinda depends on your overall build I think. I'm 6'3/175 w/ slightly more broad than not shoulders, ~40 chest. I wear an L in the Fisherman sweaters I've owned. Seems like an XL would be ideal, but an L could work depending.

Is it that you can't find any XL's in stock, or that you think they won't fit? It's the wrong season for seeking right now. In a short bit, you'll have plenty of options.

I'm shorter (5'9") and considerably stockier at 180, so I feel like that might be a stretch. I can't find XL's in stock for the particular sweater I'm in the market for, but I also don't want to pay full price for it. I saw someone on here selling an L in the Fisherman sweater in gray that I liked but I've never worn SNS before so sizing is speculative for me.

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I'm 5'10, athletic build with a 40 inch chest.

 

What sizing would you recommend for a stark?

 

M or L?

post #4893 of 5088
Similar build to me and I go with medium. I have a Stark and a Portal cardigan and both are nicely fitted - just how I like it. But if you like knitwear to be loose or you'll layer with thicker garments then you might want to get a Large.
post #4894 of 5088
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Originally Posted by nmoore82 View Post

Similar build to me and I go with medium. I have a Stark and a Portal cardigan and both are nicely fitted - just how I like it. But if you like knitwear to be loose or you'll layer with thicker garments then you might want to get a Large.


Hmmm, did you have a fit pic?

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Hmmm, did you have a fit pic?

 

There's one somewhere on here from around November / December last year when I received my Stark. Wasn't a great picture in regards to showing the fit as I remember trying to take a selfie with the iPad.

 

I like knitwear that I wear casually to be more on the fitted side. Not tight - but a point where I can feel it just about hugging. The most I'll really layer underneath would be a t-shirt - but would recommend to size up if wanting to wear with more layers underneath.

post #4896 of 5088
I'm also a size 40, would go for a L unless you want a pretty tight fit. I was unable to wear anything except for a tshirt underneath, and felt like a sausage when buttoning it up.
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Originally Posted by hens View Post

I'm 5'10, athletic build with a 40 inch chest.

What sizing would you recommend for a stark?

M or L?
post #4897 of 5088
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Anybody get a tee yet? Ordered a few from Haberdash to try but of course they didn't actually ship it

how do they fit?
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

how do they fit?

Haberdash did not ship due to inventory issues - they are moving to opening ceremony business model
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post #4900 of 5088
How does segment jacket fit?
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supersmall
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AW14 up on end

http://www.endclothing.com/brands/sns-herning
Edited by el es dee - 7/24/14 at 7:04am
post #4903 of 5088
Sorry if this has been mentioned before but do the STARKs run small this winter? END has the medium at 19" pit to pit which seems small. Last FW13 I took a large in the Stark because they ran smaller than FW12 in which I took a medium. I'm about a 40" chest.

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks.
post #4904 of 5088
Too bad the Starks are short again. The appeal of the Stark, to me anyway, was that it was a big ass chunky sweater, not some cropped fashion piece. Oh well, the search continues for an older version.
post #4905 of 5088
Those new 'mix' colour Starks look great.
If only I hadn't spent a small fortune on the Porter summer sale...censored.gif
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