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post #391 of 1030
Muff is nice and so is Derrybeg.
post #392 of 1030
I love all the purple shades but decided that muff would be easier to mix with other stuff. Really glad you got purple and blue cards because that's what I wouldve asked for anyways hah
post #393 of 1030
^ Cool man, happy it helped. Was just trying to think of what would work best with quote unquote sf approved stuff. You own a lot of nn type stuff right? Muff should really compliment that well.
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Muff is nice and so is Derrybeg.

Derrybeg is sweet. Super colorful. Nice avy btw.
post #394 of 1030

what's sizing like?  are the sizing charts on end for 6as accurate?

post #395 of 1030
Received my A3 in the mail today and my first impression is they fit extremely slim. I'm 6'0 160-165 lbs and a 42 was snug on me with just a t shirt on. It seems like it will give a lot but I would suggest sizing up. The quality is on par with my ervell and SNS knits but looking at them side by side you can tell that the inverallan is hand knit which shows that these knitters put into these sweaters.
post #396 of 1030
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Lol. Most of them come up as towns in tada county donegal Ireland. Didnt search muff tho. I ended up going with the crolly cause im boring like that.

They have a diving club that might be of interest:



http://www.muffdivingclub.ie/index.html
post #397 of 1030
i like how dotcom was self appointed as ambassador
post #398 of 1030
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It's very warm and I feel as though I can wear it with just a longsleeve tee and be alright in 20-30F weather. It's also quite heavy. The weave is thick and the wool is on the coarser side. It's like a beefier version of SNS Herning knits.

I'm having such a hard time deciding between Inverallan and SNS Herning for my first cardigan.  How would you compare the fits?

post #399 of 1030
inverallan is 2x as thick and you can't wear anything over it
post #400 of 1030
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what's sizing like?  are the sizing charts on end for 6as accurate?

I sent her the End chart in my last email. Hopefully she can vouch for it. She did say the sizing is pretty literal, ie a size 42 will measure 42" across. Would be cool to hear about the rest tho. She also said they'll stretch a bit with wear, due to the weight and the fact they're handmade. She also said to expect some variance from piece to piece on account of them being hand sewn.

Cyc mentioned it help to check out zissou's group order for the 3A from a while back (I'd pull some quotes but I'm on my phone). The cut and weave are different but still. Food for thought and all.

Anyone out there who's put some wear into one of these please chime in.
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i like how dotcom was self appointed as ambassador

Sup peanut gallery. Suggestions? jus trying to avoid a Dayton type scenario.
post #401 of 1030
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Originally Posted by abracadabra View Post

what's sizing like?  are the sizing charts on end for 6as accurate?

 

I normally wear size mediums and I got a 6A Sz 40 (based on the End Clothing size chart). The Sz 40 fit is definitely snug, but that's the fit I was going for (rather than a more slouchy relaxed fit). Even when buttoned up it doesn't really restrict my torso/arm movements since the knit can stretch quite a bit.

 

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Sup peanut gallery. I'm jus trying to avoid a Dayton relapse. Course you never really took part in that either did you.

What happened with Dayton?

post #402 of 1030
^read dayton thread from the beginning for mega lulz
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

I sent her the End chart in my last email. Hopefully she can vouch for it. She did say the sizing is pretty literal, ie a size 42 will measure 42" across. Would be cool to hear about the rest tho. She also said they'll stretch a bit with wear, due to the weight and the fact they're handmade. She also said to expect some variance from piece to piece on account of them being hand sewn.

Cyc mentioned it mentioned it help to check out zissou's group order for the 3A from a while back (I'd pull some quotes but I'm on my phone). The cut and weave are different but still. Food for thought and all.

Anyone out there who's put some wear into one of these please chime in.
Sup peanut gallery. Suggestions? jus trying to avoid a Dayton type scenario.

nah i just sit back and watch the peanut gallery do its thing yall already shitted up one decent brand lol8[1].gif
post #403 of 1030
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^read dayton thread from the beginning for mega lulz

True story. Lulz (and tears).
post #404 of 1030
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inverallan is 2x as thick and you can't wear anything over it

That certainly clears things up!  Thanks!

post #405 of 1030
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^read dayton thread from the beginning for mega lulz
nah i just sit back and watch the peanut gallery do its thing yall already shitted up one decent brand lol8[1].gif

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