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I think others have expressed this sentiment before... but if there's any possibility of the Inis Meain birdseye in XS, I'd buy it in an instant.

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IS - that looks great.

thanks you kindly!
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I guess I always picture members looking like their Avatar. For instance, Namor will always be a hot blonde to me.

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Tits, if you don't mind me asking, how sturdy does the sweater feel?

Very. While it's soft and beautiful, it feels like it was made to be worn. It very much gives off the vibe of "I was made in Ireland from Irish wool and linen. Treat me like an infant and I'll punch you in the face - then run off to find someone who can appreciate me appropriately." This is not to say that I don't intend to take care of it, but it maintains the acknowledgement of utility that such a sweater should have.
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Thank you very much for the reply. I was hoping that is what you would say. In my experience with less expensive (read: terrible quality) knitwear, it always feels like it is about to unravel. This makes me excited.
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Very. While it's soft and beautiful, it feels like it was made to be worn. It very much gives off the vibe of "I was made in Ireland from Irish wool and linen. Treat me like an infant and I'll punch you in the face - then run off to find someone who can appreciate me appropriately." This is not to say that I don't intend to take care of it, but it maintains the acknowledgement of utility that such a sweater should have.
In other words, F@*k Off I'm a baller and you can't afford this...srsly, the birds eye pattern always present a unique vibe. nice choice Tits...


@Stitch, what size is that button neck? looks great btw
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thanks, man. its a size L.
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I second the size question Stitchy

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In other words, F@*k Off I'm a baller and you can't afford this...srsly, the birds eye pattern always present a unique vibe. nice choice Tits...

I don't know that it's quite that. There are items of clothing though that we may pay ludicrous - whatever ludicrous means in the context of whoever - amounts of money for that we then coddle because we don't want to ruin them. From its construction, I am less worried about ruining the sweater than I am most other things.
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Thread Starter 

Alright, so the first No Man Walks Alone trunk show (and first SF NYC trunk show!) is now all set for Nov. 16 and 17 in New York City.  There will be at least three vendors from what I understand - watch for Fok's announcements for which affiliates will be there - I know we will.  More details to come but location is a loft in Soho.

 

 

Now, who would likely come to see us, shake Edouard or my hand, and see some of our assortment?   And what would you like us to bring there?   Let's make a mini-thread of posts - please quote and add your name/handle and some of what you'd like to see :

 

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Planning to attend

1.  gdl203

2.  

 

Please bring:

1. Cantarelli navy blazer

2. 

 

 

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IM knits don't have that kind of F off feel to me. There arent really "luxurious". The one that tits has maybe a bit more than the others, but they aren't like, say, the massively expensive LP knits.
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I think others have expressed this sentiment before... but if there's any possibility of the Inis Meain birdseye in XS, I'd buy it in an instant.

What size are you? My suit size is 38 and a small fits me very well. If you're a 36 it should fit fairly well.
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Inis + hirsute awesomeness = ... not much else to say

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G, can you compare Inis knits to Schneider knits?
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As your current avatar--a young Hitler Youth looking punk shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

I don't know that it's quite that. There are items of clothing though that we may pay ludicrous - whatever ludicrous means in the context of whoever - amounts of money for that we then coddle because we don't want to ruin them. From its construction, I am less worried about ruining the sweater than I am most other things.
I get where you are coming from. I have been looking for a hardwearing sweater. I was leaning towards Herning until I learned about IM. Now, I just need to figure out my sizing. I plan on purchasing 2 of them and be done and it should cover that part of my wardrobe. I figure bite the bullet once and be happy/satisfied .
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