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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. mythage

    mythage Senior member

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    Small.
     


  2. dmash

    dmash Senior member

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    +1

    I wear a large in the stark and my chest measures 42".
     
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  3. El Argentino

    El Argentino Senior member

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    ^ This is what I'm thinking will be my main knit pickup for the coming winter. 42" chest as well, so a large sounds right. Also have a large in a knit V-neck sweater by SNS which fits really well.

    Will be getting the Burgundy.
     


  4. afixedpoint

    afixedpoint Crossfit

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    I measure at 42" as well, and medium works too
     


  5. Spencer

    Spencer Senior member

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    +2 I wear L

    I think M might be too snug on me.
     


  6. skitlets

    skitlets Senior member

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    I'm thinking of sizing down on my Stark or drying it for a bit. It's just really, really long. I'm not very tall, so the Stark just about covers my butt. Fits fine in the shoulder/chest but also a little loose in the waist.
     
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  7. NOBD

    NOBD Senior member

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    Tonus in M; same size as my Stark

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  8. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    I have the medium burgundy stark and I received a lot of complements, I am really happy with my purchase. :slayer:

    I had a 43 inch chest in the fall and then I decided to become obese (not really but no longer have the six pack) but the point is I was wearing a medium and it fit me well. I think the large would have been too big in the body. Granted I have not looked at the measurements in a while so there might not be a huge difference. The stark stretches a bit as well after wearing it.

    I literally wore mine over 20 times. :embar:

    Does anyone know if the marked cardigan is going to come back this year? I should have bought one last year but I didnt want to pay MSRP but now I want it. lol
     


  9. hhenryhhh

    hhenryhhh Senior member

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    Size small Fang zip up - should I keep it or return it?

    I've never owned a knit like this before, thick and heavy as hell, should be legally classified as a jacket than a sweater. The wool is kinda scratchy too

    *edit - I've been looking for a Tonus myself, really need/want a thick roll neck sweater
     
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  10. oboy_oboy

    oboy_oboy Senior member

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    ^ Fit seems right to me. Were you thinking it was too big? Def not, IMO. While these things look lame when they are clearly a size too big, they look equally off when the fit like shrink wrap. It's a big-ass knit. It should be comfortable.
     


  11. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    I think it fits you well, I would keep. I would have gone with a different color but that is a different issue lol.

    You will get use to the wool, I did.
     


  12. hhenryhhh

    hhenryhhh Senior member

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    Yeah, I've decided to keep it, navy is a safe color and for 250 bones I could've definitely done worse
     


  13. CalTex

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    well navy is better than black (IMO), I thought it was black. Im just messing with you, I am finally opening up to other colors that are not safe.

    link to where you bought it? I wouldn't mind seeing if they have any other pieces in colors that I like.
     
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  14. oboy_oboy

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    FTFY
     


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