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post #976 of 1042
Thread Starter 
missoni is nice but grossly overpriced i'm coppin other shit at that pricepoint
post #977 of 1042
I'd wear the one on the left but ya not for what they're asking. And those hats need to die.
post #978 of 1042
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

missoni is nice but grossly overpriced i'm coppin other shit at that pricepoint

 

The quality on some of their patterned stuff is unparalleled, but I mostly agree.  I bought one cardigan which is really cool but had I not paid 30% of retail I don't know that I'd feel the same about it.

post #979 of 1042
I got a green cashmere pullover that is crazy nice and knit coat that's probably softer and as thick as my sns paragon knit. They're stuff is great but is overpriced and retail doesn't really drop even on sale which sucks.
post #980 of 1042
Thread Starter 
Pretty sure my jil 13 ply cashmere chunky marbled jumper is better than anything ever made by missoni.
post #981 of 1042
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Pretty sure my jil 13 ply cashmere chunky marbled jumper is better than anything ever made by missoni.

In terms of what? I mean you could be right but missoni knits are at least consistent in pretty much every way.
post #982 of 1042

Pretty sure a Jil 13 ply cashmere is better than anything.

post #983 of 1042
What if I layer a bunch of Uniqlo cashmeres?
post #984 of 1042
Elder Statesmen always makes some crazy priced knits... never handled in person though.
post #985 of 1042
jet, you talk a lot about how a lot of companies don't make knits how they used to. Out of curiosity, who, in your opinion, is currently making a quality knit?
post #986 of 1042
Thread Starter 
fuck i dont really know anymore because i don't go out and check shit out anymore to see what's good

all i know is quality has declined across all the major players due to rising costs and less consumer demand
post #987 of 1042
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Elder Statesmen always makes some crazy priced knits... never handled in person though.

elder statesman sweaters are some good stuff that's all i can say. you need to touch it to feel it. However on the other hard, design and fit is meh.
Way overpriced for a sweater 2K+ and 4K+ for a cardigan.
post #988 of 1042
What's the sizing like on Junya CDG Man? If I'm 6, 160 would I be a large? Seller on eBay is listing chest measurement for a large at 49cm; I'd expect something closer to 20/21 inches, but that works out to about 19.
post #989 of 1042

Recently bought a knit that's 50% merino, 40% possum fur and 10% silk.

 

Intense.

post #990 of 1042
That's a weird combination...but sounds interesting
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