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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. unipair guy

    unipair guy Well-Known Member

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    I got the large stark and have to change it for a medium. Large is just too long for me. I am 5'9.
     
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  2. superego

    superego Well-Known Member

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    nice and [​IMG]img>
     
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  3. superego

    superego Well-Known Member

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    he's concealing his identity
     
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  4. who8mahrice

    who8mahrice Well-Known Member

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    I've found it runs pretty TTS. I'm XS/S in most stuff. S in oxblood memento fits great. Oversized/looser fits on large triple grey stark (from current fw that runs small) and a medium in a basic wool v-neck (forgot the name, but as basic as you can get).
     
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    einstine Well-Known Member

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    What color is it?
     
  6. zielschuss

    zielschuss Well-Known Member

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    Price drops at Gentry.

    Selection is not great but they have full size runs in a couple things.
     
  7. CelliniEVO

    CelliniEVO Well-Known Member

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    how is the fisherman full-zip sizing in relation to the stark? In some of the pics, the collar looks pretty massive
     
  8. JezeC

    JezeC Well-Known Member

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    The fisherman is a bit bigger in respect to the starkm, but not by much. If the stark fits a tad slim to you, then the fisherman might be perfect. The sleeves are definitely much longer, but it's meant to be folded up.

    The collar from the fisherman looks fine to me. If you tried folding the stark's collar, it would look similar.
     
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  9. NAMOR

    NAMOR Well-Known Member

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    im torn about whether to keep ion cardigan. i was already hesitant to sell and then i took these pics in some sunlight, making the decision even harder

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    p.s. it would be great if sf had a simple, built in photo editor..
     
  10. zazaza

    zazaza Well-Known Member

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    keep it, you'll regret letting it go.
     
  11. ChetB

    ChetB Well-Known Member

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    ^ I would have bought that from you a while ago if I hadn't just bought a navy Stark. Looks good.
     
  12. mothball

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    Keep it, man. I wore mine yesterday; it's a great sweater.
     
  13. unipair guy

    unipair guy Well-Known Member

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    I already changed for a medium and the length is much better for me. A little tight in the chest but better overall. Amry green
     
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  14. LA Guy

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    Keep it. I find myself reaching for the navy mix much more than for the oxblood. The oxblood is more immediately arresting, but the navy mix sorta creeps up on you,
     
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  15. fobe46

    fobe46 Well-Known Member

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    Should defnitely keep the ion,looks great! I need one in oxblood
     
  16. johnH123

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    Keep, it looks awesome.
     
  17. JezeC

    JezeC Well-Known Member

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    I bought the ion cardigan in size S and it doesn't fit me. I would have definitely kept it if I were an S. It is a very nice piece.
     
  18. LA Guy

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    Beatlegeuse Well-Known Member

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    I wish they made the Ion in the same fit as the older Starks. The recent stuff is all too short for me. Hopefully they start making longer items again at some point.
     
  20. movoblast

    movoblast Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, I'm a SNS herning noob and was wondering if it was just the stark's that fit tighter/slimmer or all their cardigans/sweaters in general. I have a 41 inch chest, but usually wear a size 42 or 44 sport coat because of my shoulders. I am interested in their private cardigan, and was wondering if I should go with a large or x-large. I like a casual fit, and don't like my cardigans as tight as how some of you guys are sporting your starks. I would appreciate just about any piece of advice.
     
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