SNS Herning- fits?

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  1. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    Large. About 6', 165, 39.5" chest
     
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  2. stevent

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    What are you wearing under it? And you usually just wear tees right? If so I'd size down one. But if you're wearing anything more, I think fit is good now
     


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    Thought I stumbled upon the APC thread

    I blame jet
     
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  4. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    at 39 you should be a medium
     


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    Mr Porter is going to receive one hell of a short sleeve low neck tee order this afternoon.
     


  7. VLSI

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    Just a t-shirt, yes, but that's how I planned to wear this.


    I was 37 at the beginning of the year :uhoh: but yes, I think medium would be better.
     


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    I am about your size, and I bought the L. The M was way more form fitting, so if you want a slimmer sleek look, try the M, if you want a bigger comfy winter sweater look, stick with the L. I prefer my sweaters to be a bit on the bigger side, for comfort's sake mostly.
     
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  9. KingJulien

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    I bought the bubble sweater with the full intention of returning (porter) and was pretty underwhelmed. It's neither very thick nor particularly luxe. I'd probably cop at half off but definitely not worth retail IMO.
     


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    pure class julien, pure class
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    I like to wear a sweater without a undershirt most of the time.
     


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    :uhoh:
     


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    that's my personal preferences. Most of my sweaters are soft enough and allow me to do this. Fine wool and cashmere are very comfortable IMO, even without a undershirt.

    Maybe you are thinking it's gross or my sweat will ruin the sweater but the truth is I only wear a sweater maybe once per month in every winter.

    So far my sweaters are in excellent condition, if it finally gone bad - i buy new.
     


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    Why would you do that?
     


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