Norse Projects Clothing?

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  1. tonio028

    tonio028 Senior member

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    Hey guys. Does anyone have any personal experience or heard any feedback regarding Norse Projects clothing? I ran a search here and online and didn't find too much information regarding this line other than on a few product shots and write ups on blog pages. With winter around the corner, I'm not having sucess finding a mid-tier I guess you would say quality knit wear. I like what NDG is even W+H have put out in the past while searching, but the retail is a bit more than I would like to shell out (maybe come sale time).

    In that search I came across Norse Projects. I especially loved the chunky shawl and cardigans as they seem really nice for the price. I'm just curious as to fit, construction, etc. if any of you forum-ites know. Help a man searching for good knit wear out!
     


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    The brand itself is relatively new but it has developped a following as a pretty decent streetwear retailer.

    I guess the best you can do is look at their list of brands stocked and sort of assume that they work with brands that do some decent quality stuff and make assumptions based on that.
     


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    Hey guys. Does anyone have any personal experience or heard any feedback regarding Norse Projects clothing? I ran a search here and online and didn't find too much information regarding this line other than on a few product shots and write ups on blog pages. With winter around the corner, I'm not having sucess finding a mid-tier I guess you would say quality knit wear. I like what NDG is even W+H have put out in the past while searching, but the retail is a bit more than I would like to shell out (maybe come sale time).

    In that search I came across Norse Projects. I especially loved the chunky shawl and cardigans as they seem really nice for the price. I'm just curious as to fit, construction, etc. if any of you forum-ites know. Help a man searching for good knit wear out!

    Hello Becks. I just noticed your post. regarding our qualities, all norse Projects clothing is made In Italy and Portugal, our woolen yarns are all Italian, Lanerossi,and others, and our shirts mostly of Italian fabrics as well. Our fit is medium / regular, nether tight nor slim. you can see more in details /measurements at one of our retailers oi polloi. We take pride in building the best quality we can make , I would characterize our quality as "Luxury workmans / casual clothing in terms of quality. In the near future there will be a complete brand site with all details available. Kind regards Norse Projects
     


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    Hey guys. Does anyone have any personal experience or heard any feedback regarding Norse Projects clothing? I ran a search here and online and didn't find too much information regarding this line other than on a few product shots and write ups on blog pages. With winter around the corner, I'm not having sucess finding a mid-tier I guess you would say quality knit wear. I like what NDG is even W+H have put out in the past while searching, but the retail is a bit more than I would like to shell out (maybe come sale time).

    In that search I came across Norse Projects. I especially loved the chunky shawl and cardigans as they seem really nice for the price. I'm just curious as to fit, construction, etc. if any of you forum-ites know. Help a man searching for good knit wear out!

    Regarding our qualities, all norse Projects clothing is made In Italy and Portugal, our woolen yarns are all Italian, Lanerossi and others, our shirts mostly of Italian fabrics as well.
    Our fit is medium / regular, nether tight nor slim.
    you can see more in details /measurements at one of our retailers oi polloi.
    We take pride in building the best quality we can make , I would characterize our quality as "Luxury workmans / casual clothing in terms of quality.
    In the near future there will be a complete brand site with all details available.

    Kind regards

    Norse Projects
     


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    this thread has never really come to life, but I've been perusing the norse projects store and they carry tons of great stuff. i'm curious if anybody actually has any/how they like it. i'm considering picking up the chino shorts, but I can't try them on anywere, so it's a gamble.
     


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    Does anyone know of a retailer in North America carrying Norse Projects caps? Need Supply has one in olive, but I am looking for other colors. Thanks in advance...
     


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    hmm when i was at the woodlands recently, they had em in blue and olive i believe. the caps arent listed on their website but maybe if you gave em a call? http://www.woodlandsshop.com/
     


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    I have one of their fleece cardigans, and the quality and fit are both good. I like their lambswool beanies, but the shipping to the USA off their web store is the price of the cap. Anyone know where I can get one in the US?

    Did you see any at Woodlands Portland?
     


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    I have a lot of their stuff and I love it, only issue I have experienced is that their shorts last year was a bit fucked up in the sizing, but other than that really pleased.
     


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    yeah actually a lot of retailers carry the items and i never really bothered to try them. they tend to be in a lot of streetwear places too which seems odd to me
     


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    well small fits like a real medium in this one ;)
    i wear medium to large in tshirts and can wear this parka with a hoodie underneath, so its not like a tshirt small at all :)
     


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