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post #16 of 30
Norse Projects is a fantastic brand. We have a really great FW buy approaching arrival in the coming weeks and we're excited to offer it to our customers.

Mikkel and Mikkel really have a great thing going. If anyone has any questions about NP in the US, feel free to shoot them my way. We offer a pretty extensive selection of outerwear, caps, knits, pants, shirts and shorts.
post #17 of 30
first delivery from Norse Projects is now live

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post #18 of 30

I picked up this recently: http://www.norseprojects.com/client/norse/dynamic/images/403_28848d8d2d-big.jpg. shirt is super heavy, which is good. Fits really well in the shoulders. It's not slim fit--just basic normal sized shirt. Looking forward to trying out more stuff

post #19 of 30

Norse is super solid, especially this coat+shirt for S/S 2012

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post #20 of 30

Bought an oxford shirt from them, it fits nicely and has a very durable and nice feel to it. Made in Europe = Made in Portugal, as they've already said in this thread. Just a little FYI if you really care about the country of origin.

post #21 of 30
how do their rain jackets fit? Slim and athletic? There`s a new rain coat at jcrew for their ss12 collection and fits nice from the pictures but I bet they`re clipped in the back and arms. I also would not want anything that somebody else on campus might be wearing
post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by Tequila View Post

Bought an oxford shirt from them, it fits nicely and has a very durable and nice feel to it. Made in Europe = Made in Portugal, as they've already said in this thread. Just a little FYI if you really care about the country of origin.

I have a couple of their oxfords and compared to Albam, which are cheaper, I would go Albam everytime.
post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by brokeassp View Post

how do their rain jackets fit? Slim and athletic? There`s a new rain coat at jcrew for their ss12 collection and fits nice from the pictures but I bet they`re clipped in the back and arms. I also would not want anything that somebody else on campus might be wearing

I've tried on the Elka rain jacket and it's a regular fit with a bit of extra room in the back. It also runs quite big so I'd size down one.
post #24 of 30
For you US heads, I've got some really great Norse stuff for SS12 in-stock right now. First delivery is here, one more on the way.

http://www.woodlandsshop.com/collections/norse-projects
post #25 of 30
Anyone have an idea how Norse t-shirts fit, specifically the Niels and Arvid? It's tough to get a handle - some sites say regular, others say slim. Wanted to order a few from the store, but since it's overseas, wanted to try and make sure I get the size right.

Thanks in advance -
post #26 of 30
Any input on sizing for Norse Projects tops? Looking at this hoodie and though I take a L in most things, the stated 54cm chest measurement (42") seems like it'd be slim as I have a 45" chest. Do NP tops typically run slim?
post #27 of 30
Norse Store has great customer service. Bought a Norse Projects knit from them and after only a few wears, could see some holes develop around the pit area. They offered to send me a new one/ or a full refund. Thought that was nice of them smile.gif
post #28 of 30
I'm still curious about their chinos. Are they has heavy dute as w+h westpoint?
post #29 of 30
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

I'm still curious about their chinos. Are they has heavy dute as w+h westpoint?

Don't know W+H chinos, but Norse Aros are fine, they fade a little in color though.
post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by drewtronius View Post

Norse is super solid, especially this coat+shirt for S/S 2012

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I actually have that coat :)

 

It's incredibly supple, and feels great on the skin.

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