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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. CalTex

    CalTex Distinguished Member

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    That's what I was thinking.

    Do you know if they shortened the length of the stark?
     


  2. Simplicio

    Simplicio Senior Member

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    I've been looking at this turtleneck, and I can't make up my mind about it. (Frans Boone). I like turtlenecks, and I think they are good for guys like me with long, skinny necks. But I wonder if it isn't too fisherman-like. Can you go too far? I'm not particular concerned if someone tries to tell me that turtlenecks (or roll necks) are no longer in style.

    I assume this would be sized like the Starks?

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  3. Find Finn

    Find Finn Stylish Dinosaur

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    I have never seen a fisherman wear anything, vaguely resembling anything SNS makes.

    They mostly wear bright orange/yellow rain gear and very thick knits like Northsea clothing, Andersen-Andersen etc.
     


  4. NOBD

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    That's a nice turtleneck. I don't think you'll look to fisherman-y in it. I have a Tonus turtleneck in the same size as my Stark.
     


  5. Simplicio

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    Thanks for the comments. Yes, I will probably get it. I 'm not worried that I might be mistaken for a fisherman. I just don't want to be greeted with "Ahoy there!"
     


  6. P. Bateman

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    I'm 5'10" 170 lbs with a 40-41" chest. Does a Medium Stark sound good for me?
     


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    yes, that is what I wear and we are about the same size.
     


  8. Find Finn

    Find Finn Stylish Dinosaur

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    I think you have to wear something completely different for that to happen. ;)
     


  9. P. Bateman

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    Thanks. kopped.
     


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    Missed out on the TBS triple blue in small? :fu:

    I've really got to start browsing this forum daily.
     


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    Don't get me wrong - the triple blue stark is nice, I think some people will love that it's shorter (as much as other people will hate to see the change).

    Obviously the same quality will still be there, but I love SNS' more traditional fisherman patterns and the brand's masculinity - I think it's being diluted too much with these plain knits with their mismatched cuff details. I'm possibly just disappointed they haven't released the usual sorts of stuff.
     


  12. oboy_oboy

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    I have the full zip version and love it. It's not as long the Stark--at least, every version of Stark I've seen (including the one I own) before this season's hot topic of a new, shorter-body Stark...
     


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    Who's selling this? Is it the concrete color?

    Edit: frans boone, duh lol
     
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    Sadly for us shorter guys, it looks like the TBS is just misleading. I emailed them and they said the Stark measurements have not changed this year and quoted a Medium Stark as being 29.1 inches in length (I assume from top of collar to bottom but did not confirm).
     


  15. CalTex

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    Are you going to reply to them and confirm the length? (top of collar to bottom)

    If you do, could you inform them that their picture is really misleading. I am sure people that follow S.N.S. are probably wondering the same thing that we were.

    I'm short but not super short. 5'11.75". I wish I would have been 6'2" :(
     


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