SNS Herning- fits?

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  1. PattyC

    PattyC Senior member

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    Liking this, I think I'd like it more in the opposite colorway though.
     


  2. Banana Cognac

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    Will be listing a BNWOT navy stark in size small shortly - its only been tried on at home.

    Looking for $200 plus shipping - PM me if interested.
     


  3. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Why is there no tag?
     


  4. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Your a small?

    For some reason I remember having read you were a medium. O well lol
     
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  5. Banana Cognac

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    For a fleeting moment I thought my 40" chest could fit into a small so I ditched the tags. Then after much ridicule from family members saying that I should never be seen in public wearing a garment so tight, I have decided to sell to someone who would fit into the cardi a lot better than I.
     


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    Since we're on the subject of selling...i'm selling a BNWT Indigo Melange Stark in large. Realized that I will not be using this in Miami weather very often, asking same price as other guy if anyone's interested.
     


  7. CDHagg

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    Hey Banana, I've sent you a PM.

    Stark owners: how warm is the Stark cardigan? Right now, the only sweaters I have are thin merino wool pullovers... Is the Stark going to be much warmer?
     


  8. Brothersport

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    Yeah it's warmer than thin merino sweaters, clearly, since it's thick virgin wool. Despite its looks, though, the Stark weave is reasonably loose, so it's not super warm. I wouldn't use it without layering in winter or cold fall. Wind kinda cuts through it. It's a lot more year-round than it might first appear.

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  9. CDHagg

    CDHagg Senior member

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    I will likely be moving from Houston to Boston soon, So I'm trying to build up a warmer wardrobe. Houston averages above 90 F 8 months out of the year, while boston rarely reaches the 90s, so I'm sure I will be freezing most of the time. I'm hoping a Stark would help keep me alive.

    Haha, I'd love to buy your burgundy stark, but I need a size small. :-(
     


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    dmash Senior member

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    LOL that's funny as I literally just picked up an indigo melange stark in large last week as well. I'm a little bit more north than you though, I'm hoping I can still get some use out of mine. SNS is a great product, especially on discount.



    CD-you're crazy if you think all you need for Boston winter is just a stark. I freeze in wool coat with layers underneath with a wool scarf when I visit friends in Philly and NYC in the winter. You live in a hot climate, you don't handle the north's cold very well.
     
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  11. CDHagg

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    I've always wanted a stark, and I was hoping that it could serve as a very warm and useful and essential layering piece... Am I just deluding myself?
     


  12. lmaozedong

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    What else would it be? It's definitely warm, and it's definitely a layering piece. You can't wear it by itself in the depths of winter, but what do you think this is, Canada Goose?
     


  13. CalTex

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    hahaha
     


  14. Find Finn

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    As I remember Stark it's fairly loosely knitted, so I would say if you are going to use it as an external layer, I would say 7C or above for it to be warm enough, maybe even warmer.

    As a layering piece it depends on the jacket.
     
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  15. systematic

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    That's too cold, man. 55F is the lower limit, imo.
     


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