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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. Samir

    Samir Senior member

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    I tried on a couple sizes of this season's Stark at Indigo & Cotton (great store, btw) today. For reference, I'm 5'7", ~133 lbs, 35" chest, wear an XS in Uniqlo shirting. I've previously owned a size S Stark from ~2 seasons ago that I bought on B&S, but I sold it because of the length and some awkward draping in the body.

    I tried on a M and while the sleeves were long, I thought the body fit me well and the length was definitely shorter than my old S. I then tried on an XS - the body was obviously tighter and the sleeves were shorter, but the body length was pretty much exactly the same, strangely enough. I feel like the collar was the same height too. I want to try on a S just to make sure it's right for me, but the M was pretty tempting.
     
  2. aphelan

    aphelan Senior member

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    I picked up an Oxblood Stark in size L from this season and I think it fits fine. I am 6'0, ~185lbs and while it is a bit tight, I've noticed it has started to stretch the more I wear it.

    Sorry for the dark pic but you can still see the fit:

    [​IMG]
     
  3. einstine

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    ^All I see is buttons [​IMG] and there are people on here that have had them for years and say they dont stretch.
     
  4. superego

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    anyone ordered from or familiar with 290sqm? not sure if legit

    https://290sqm.com/SNS-Herning

    also, can anyone familiar with the oxblood colorway comment on the trueness of the color represented on their site? looks less appealing than I've seen elsewhere
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    It's not terrible, but it's too bright,

    S.N.S. Herning also makes women's clothing...
     
  7. Alec_Jan

    Alec_Jan Well-Known Member

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    290sqm is completely legit. My family lives in Amsterdam, have made several purchases there in person (including SNS).
     
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    5'7" 133lbs and the Medium was pretty tempting

    At 5'10" and 165lbs my XXL from Mr Porter (as per my lengthy post above) is not that out of place - especially since the only difference between the XL and XXL was only in the width of the arms!
     
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  9. JSAN

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    What's a luxe Stark alternative
    Cardigan, thick, cool texture, can be used as jacket.
     
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    Inverallan?
     
  11. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    inverallen is not luxe. it's rougher than sns. maybe pringle? inis?
     
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  12. flatspotting

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    If 290Sqm had that stark in Oxblood, Triple Grey or Purple Melange I would buy it right now. Dammit.
     
  13. JSAN

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    Those are definitely more luxe, but I don't think the styling is as modern/contemporary looking. I think part of it has to do with the texture.
    Although Inis has aran knitting, it still looks like plain knitted wool, if that makes any sense.

    I like the texutre on the Visvim Cowichan, cept not at 3.5k.
     
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    InHocSignio Senior member

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    Volls deducts, I'm pretty sure. (Yup; see here: http://www.volls.de/index.php?cat=VERSAND&lang=ENG) The shipping is something you are going to have to bite the bullet on I think; I saw that the colorway was very popular, which is why I pulled the trigger on the last XL at TBS.


    By my calculations it should come out to ~ $313 shipped anywhere in North America.
     
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  17. notwithit

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    These might actually work better for you. They're not super-long or anything, but I'm 6'1" and have them cuffed.
     
  18. flatspotting

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    Hmmm, to be honest at the moment I wasn't really thinking the drop-crotch would mean I need less of an inseam... but it would make sense. I do quite like them!
     
  19. NOBD

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    Got a ellbow hole in my Stark. :(
     
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    JezeC Senior member

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    5'9, 34 chest and 16.75 shoulder. Should I go with S?
     

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