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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Oh nice. Didn't realize that.
     
  2. tropics

    tropics Senior member

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    yeah i hear you. when i got it first i dithered as to whether i needed to switch for a med, but i reckon large was the right call for me, did not want it too fitted.
     
  3. ASander

    ASander Active Member

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    Teger, Amalgam looks good. What size chest do you have that you went with the Large?

    I'm still on the fence regarding L vs XL.I have a 42" chest, and would like a similar fit to how you sized it...not super snug, but not overly slouchy either.
     
  4. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    I'm pretty much a 40" measured chest.
     
  5. noirwest

    noirwest Senior member

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    Opinions on how this stark fits?

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  6. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    ok i guess, but that'd be too short for me.
     
  7. poorman

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    Nice, now there is a total of 2 people with S.N.S. knits in Milwaukee. haha. :D
     
  8. slide13

    slide13 Senior member

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    And one here in Madison.

    Fit looks good, pretty much exactly how mine fits.
     
  9. ipractice

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    Got my melange fisherman sweater in medium today. I'm generally a slim medium but this thing has really high armholes and low shoulders, making it seem a little awkward at first but fits pretty well. Definitely itchy for me, but I expected it. My skin is pretty sensitive to most knits and to be fair, it's much less itchy than a lot of other knits i own. Still will have to wear a long sleeve.

    Purple melange color is amazing. Will post pics up later tonight when I get back from the city.
     
  10. noirwest

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    haha, Wisconsin stark club up in this. We need heavy sweaters, it's been so damn cold recently.
     
  11. brimley

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    People worrying about the dropped shoulder, check yourself for body dismorphic disorder. Think of the dropped shoulder as like a raglan sleeve, or wearing a superhero cape. It doesn't have to hit you at your oxford line. Trust us, it looks good.


    If you want this kind of fit buy an XL, but a L is definitely viable for a 42". Very democratic knits.
     
  12. jet

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    I never understood why you guys are terrified of dropped shoulder, that's the style. You're not going to size it to the shoulder seam, you size to p2p and length.
     
  13. ipractice

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    Oh I'm not afraid or think it looks bad it just felt awkward putting it on. Had to mess with the sleeves and shoulders to get them to sit where theyre actuallt suppose to. Especially because I have broad shoulders, between a medium and large, while the rest of my torso is more in line with a slim medium, makes outerwear really uncomfortable if too tight.
     
  14. Teger

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    i don't mind the dropped shoulder at all. i also don't view sns as a brand you wear super tight.. if you want to actually have it be warm, it needs to cover your waist and wrists.
     
  15. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Senior member

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    Not super tight no. But I like the dropped shoulders on more fitted knits since they give a fuller impression of a slim profile it that makes any sense.
     
  16. TyCooN

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    do you hang your starks?:eh: I'm afraid the weight of the sweater will work with gravity and mess up the shape of the sweater
     
  17. zazaza

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    Never ever hang a sweater, Stark or otherwise
     
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  19. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    I use an LNCC box for my stark, fang and my similar schneider knit. They love it in there together.
     
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  20. KingJulien

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    Somebody buy that purple stark caveat has ^, such a nice color in person
     

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