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SNS Herning- fits?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dixonmanor, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Well-Known Member

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    Rennavate, agreed...looks good. Are you really a 38 like it says in your profile? Doesn't compute. No way you'd be a XL. I have a fisherman full zip in M and it's a great fit. And I'm a 39-40. You're giving me hope that the Paragon L I picked up might work. :)
     
  2. rennavate

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    I'm a 40 chest now, just measured. Chest's increased as I've been working out over the last few months.

    Still not sure whether I'm going to keep it or not...
     
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  3. brimley

    brimley Well-Known Member

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    It looks good, man. The XL would look good too, or if you were a 42 in a L, it would look good. Those Fisherman turtlenecks are the most forgiving fit ever, it's the combination of the heavy knit, the stretch, and the shoulder space. Do what feels right.

    Don't sweat the dropped shoulder comments (a XS would still have a dropped shoulder) or the full zip comments (no hate, but who decided the greatest sweater ever needed more late 90s Banana Republic?)
     
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  4. rennavate

    rennavate Well-Known Member

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    Appreciate the feedback. Will continue to consider keeping it.
     
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  5. Sym

    Sym Well-Known Member

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    42" chest, should I go for a L or XL?
     
  6. rennavate

    rennavate Well-Known Member

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    If a L looks like it does in the above photo on someone with a 40-inch chest like me, then XL for sure.
     
  7. El Argentino

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    Momotaro 702





    Thank you -
     
  8. Sym

    Sym Well-Known Member

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    I'm afraid a XL might be too long. I'm usually a M in J.Crew/Polo and L in slimmer fitting brands.

    Mind measuring pit to pit on the sweater? Ideal for me is usually 21-22.
     
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    oboy_oboy Well-Known Member

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    If you wear those sizes, you will be a L. XL will be giant.
     
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    correct me if I'm wrong, but if I take an XL in the old stark, with the L being very tight, I'd be ridiculous to consider buying the fisherman full zip in size L, correct? old stark and fisherman are basically going to fit the same.
     
  11. Liam123

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    Hey SNS-guys. Looking for some sizing advice, and would appreciate your input. Im planning to purchase the Stark sweater in size Small (old fit).
    I'm 189cm tall and really skinny. I heard that the older fit is is long so I think it will work, but maybe im to tall? Please help [​IMG]
     
  12. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Well-Known Member

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    superego, in my experience full zip fisherman fits like new Stark sizing. One size slimmer than old Stark.
     
  13. irbe

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    I'm SMALL in both fisherman and old stark
     
  14. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Well-Known Member

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    It was my understanding the old stark sizing was the only marked SNS sizing difference...rest of line was same sizing. Maybe I'm wrong.

    I have a M full zip fisherman that fits v well but the Mr Porter old stock Stark in M was big in the waist and LONG. 5'10 150 chest 39, waist 30 for reference.
     
  15. Liam123

    Liam123 Well-Known Member

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    Do you think old stock of Stark in small could fit me? 189 cm tall, skinny
     
  16. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Well-Known Member

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    My L fisherman crew measures 20.5" pit-to-pit.
     
  18. M4xime

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    [​IMG]

    Fit on the Navy Stark in M that I received today. I'm 5"7 158lbs
     
  19. ipractice

    ipractice Well-Known Member

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    Looks quite good, I'm assuming you're going to keep it then? :D
     
  20. El Argentino

    El Argentino Well-Known Member

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    That is a great fit. Good job. Overall outfit looks great too.
     

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