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Thanks, yea I'm leaning towards black. A think the contrast with the buttons looks cool and would go with any color ocbd. I guess there's a black and a black melange? I'll have to research the difference between the two...
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From experience I would say the charcoal/dark grey has been the most versatile. I would also say that anything I've worn that with also could have worked with the burgundy.

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Looking for the Stark Rollneck in white/back. They call it White noise or triple grey?



Anybody seen it around or know of any similar ones? Looking for a size L. Prefer something with a rollneck. I can't seem to find a catalog of all the sweaters herning did this season. Your help is much appreciated.
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Looking for the Stark Rollneck in white/back. They call it White noise or triple grey?



Anybody seen it around or know of any similar ones? Looking for a size L. Prefer something with a rollneck. I can't seem to find a catalog of all the sweaters herning did this season. Your help is much appreciated.

 

I'm fairly certain that the AW15 stock is still in the process of being released. The only retailer that has any of their 2015 stock, at the moment, is endclothing.com . They have the same crewneck version that you've linked a picture of as well as a stark version, but the rest of their style selection seems to be fairly limited. I'm hoping that in a couple more weeks more their stock will start to trickle in, not just at endclothing (not a fan of the fedex customs hit), but also at some other retailers. Personally, I'd love to grab a memento cardigan this year in oxblood or navy, so I certainly hope they don't just focus on starks and crewnecks.

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Gradient in Blue - Kopped

https://www.eastdane.com/gradient-crew-neck-sweater-sns/vp/v=1/1588329882.htm?folderID=32112&colorId=82440

Crappy model pic, but I can't wait to get this one.
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Gradient in Blue - Kopped

https://www.eastdane.com/gradient-crew-neck-sweater-sns/vp/v=1/1588329882.htm?folderID=32112&colorId=82440

Crappy model pic, but I can't wait to get this one.

 

Would be really interested in a fit pic when you get this. I've always waffled on those patterned/bubble weaves.

post #5242 of 5373
dropped off the stark at the dry cleaners today. first time sinze my 2011 purchase from inventory shog[1].gif

cant wait to see how it feels without the layer of shit

edit - oh and bring back the old stark! or atleast begin offering them in much bigger sizes. I found that i need a xxxl in the new fit to replicate my old fit xl
post #5243 of 5373
man sizing on everything has gotten fucked, so tired of tight little man fitting clothes I think they're just trying to save money on materials
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Looking at buying a torso sweater but I'm unsure of sizing. END lists a medium as an 18" chest? Do their sweaters fit that tight?

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Picked up the Blue Gene colorway Stark from East Dane's sale last week (sale + free returns). I'm quite surprised that a Large was pretty much perfect. I opt for Medium in most US marketed things and Large in some Irish sweaters and after all I've ever read on this thread, I was expecting to have to go XL at the least. Turns out L is solid, if slightly fitted (in a good way). Length is solid - sleeves are perfect for my monkey arms and torso length...maybe a bit long, but not problematically so. Regardless, I'm quite happy and wish I had bit the bullet sooner.

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man sizing on everything has gotten fucked, so tired of tight little man fitting clothes I think they're just trying to save money on materials

try out the amalgam and ion. both fit like old stark sizes even bigger in ion's case. but i agree with your frustration specifically with regards to the stark. just means more love for pieces already in wardrobe
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Picked up the Blue Gene colorway Stark from East Dane's sale last week (sale + free returns). I'm quite surprised that a Large was pretty much perfect. I opt for Medium in most US marketed things and Large in some Irish sweaters and after all I've ever read on this thread, I was expecting to have to go XL at the least. Turns out L is solid, if slightly fitted (in a good way). Length is solid - sleeves are perfect for my monkey arms and torso length...maybe a bit long, but not problematically so. Regardless, I'm quite happy and wish I had bit the bullet sooner.

congrats! what does the color look like in real life relative to online pics?
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congrats! what does the color look like in real life relative to online pics?

I'd say it's closer to a lighter blue/teal with flecks/strands of olive (makes me think of something between faded indigo and a bluish-sea green if that makes any sense). Odd sounding, I know. Definitely not as solidly gray-blue as the EastDane pics and a bit lighter than on my computer screen at least.

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I ordered a black melange stark from the Sns website during the Black Friday sale. I debated between medium and large, but went with medium in the end. I'm 5"10, 160 lbs... Hoping it works out!
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You should be good .. I'm 5'10 173 and was planning on a medium
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