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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. prophet178

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    I'm 5'6", 135lbs, chest 38". I'm short, so the sleeves and length are a bit long for me.

    I measured mine and it's 19.5" pit-to-pit, 27" length, and 28" sleeve from the shoulder opening.

    Hope that helps!
     
  4. stevefok

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    So I got a Metallic Forrest (A Mixture of white and different shades of Green) Stark from the recent Mutiny DC sale with a really great price. It is the first SNS knit that I own and I am really please with it, I am 5'7", 145lbs, chest 38". I picked a Small size and I think the fitting is spot on, the sleeves are a little bit long so I have to cuff them. Here's some photos of how it fits.

    Unbuttoned [​IMG] Buttoned [​IMG]

    Side View[​IMG] Close up of the color [​IMG]
     
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  5. rydenfan

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    Fit looks very good. I'd likely unbutton the second to last button as well. Should lay better than having just the last button undone
     
  6. stevefok

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    Thanks Ryden!! I agree, will undo last two button from now on! Cheers!
     
  7. captainfalcon

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    Sweaters look nice and chunky.
     
  8. MickeyPunch

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    Hi, does anyone know how the current stark crew fits?

    I'm interested in the silicium mix one but in the couple of stores I found it the size M (the one I usually take in sweaters, never tried on a SNS) is sold out.

    They've got some measurements on End but they seem ridiculously small, at least the P2P, 18'' in a size Large? Is that accurate?

    Shoulder to shoulder is 17.5'', which sounds better. Length is 26'', which might be a bit too long for my liking (I'm 5'11).

    My chest is around 40'', and for reference I ordered a TOJ with 21 P2P and 17.75 in the shoulders, and 24,25 in length, and I asked for a slim jacket to wear just over a t-shirt-

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I'm your same size (5'11 40 chest) and m fits great. Fitted but not ridiculous. Plenty of body length. Maybe a touch long if you prefer cropped.
     
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    Some good deals at East Dane. Scroll down for sale items. Sizing a little spotty at this point...
     
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    @stevefok Where's that Stark from? Been looking for an excuse to buy a second one.
     
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    Has anyone tried to shrink their stark? I bought one that fits a bit big, both in length and in the body. I have a short torso and short arms, so I usually have a problem with length on shirts and sweaters.
     
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    I would like to know as well. I have the same problem of short arms, short torso.

    I am debating soaking it in lukewarm water to see if it will shrink a bit.

    If it is a bad idea I'm probably going to send it to a knit alterer to get the sleeves shortened.


    Here's my fit from a while back:

    [​IMG]
     
  15. oboy_oboy

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    ^^That looks killer. Everyone's got their tastes but that looks like a great fit to me.
     
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    Thanks for the compliment oboy_oboy! Sleeves still need to be shortened though. I just moved the cuffs up to the correct position, but the

    sleeves stack up, which is hard to see in the lighting.
     
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    Just cuff them.
     
  18. m4gdelen4

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    I'm really silly and nitpicky so it bothers me when I cuff them because the width of the cuffs don't match the width of the ribbing on the hem.

    Maybe it will grow on me but I am still interested in seeking a knit alteration.
     
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    sizing looks perfect
     
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  20. dontheduck

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    That's the exact fit I'm looking for. I'll post a pic of mine here in a bit.
     

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