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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. Picklezer0z

    Picklezer0z Member

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    Do retailers typically restock on the SNS items or if you didn't get your size already you're SOL this season?
     
  2. jet

    jet Senior member

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    chiefy, i was emphasizing your opinion is worthless and that it was not as functional

    no need to respond again
     
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  3. xizenta

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    Sure Pbro. Have you ever worn a one button suit? Because when I am standing up straight, with one or two buttons done on my stark, the fit drapes for exactly the same coverage. I've noticed that seems to be a fine function for a lot of people, but I guess that in YOUR opinion, a jacket isn't doing its job if you aren't wearing it like a tube.

    PS. not sure where in SoCal you would live that would require you to button up any more than I am, but it probably looks silly on all but eight days a year. Still, feel free to carry on emphasizing anything else I've already said! :happy:
     
  4. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    ^^ worthless opinion is worthless
     
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  5. Teger

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    this looks really bad to me??
     
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  6. jet

    jet Senior member

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    guys can't you see the brilliance that is the style-maven having re-appropriated his long fisherman cardigan as a one button suit jacket? pure genius, and that belt my god look how cool that belt looks off center like that, if that isn't sprezz I don't know what is

    insecure dude is insecure
     
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  7. notwithit

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    :plain: Now look who's taking the high road.
     
  8. jet

    jet Senior member

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    indeed, pure class

    also love how insecure guy went back to edit that part in after he wasn't satisfied with his initial response :lol:

    where the fuck did this cockroach come from btw?
     
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  9. superego

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    lol, dude...think the issue was you rolling in here having bought your first stark and telling people how many buttons they should button on their starks like you were some kind of fashion maven for doing so. if it wasn't clear to you, other people wear them with 3, 5, or all buttons buttoned up because they like it better that way. same way you're free to wear it done with one if you prefer it that way--don't get so defensive next time.
     
  10. El Argentino

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    Without reading a year's worth of posts since checking in last, can't believe at the difference in Stark fits with what they're producing now versus my maroon one from a while back. It's like 3-4 inches shorter overall. Yikes.
     
  11. CBrown85

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    As a man of "shorter stature" the new stark fit is perfect.
     
  12. einstine

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    Im 5'11 140pnds and my large fits outstandingly well. But it does got to suck for the bigger dudes.
     
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  13. flatspotting

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    I could have lived without noticing that, and, in turn, being upset by it.
     
  14. DividedWay

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    So I fit a medium in last year's stark (it was slim, but not that bad) and I'm 5'10" at 155- what size should I be looking at for the memento, if I want a slightly looser fit (more gentry than CSC)
     
  15. JezeC

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    Since advice tends to be mixed on sizing.

    I'm going to take the plunge on S. Shoulders 16.5, wasit 29, chest 34
     
  16. who8mahrice

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    I got Teger's large triple grey mix Stark last week as the measurements seemed to line up for me. (shoulders 17", p2p 19"). For the most part, it's a great fit, but it's a bit billowy in the waist. By chance, anyone with a medium triple grey want to swap for a large? Also down for an oxblood or triple navy mix.
     
  17. JezeC

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    Is there any VAT fees or additional fees when purchasing at Endingclothing UK?

    Starks are priced at 275, but I'm not sure if that's with VAT included. Thanks.
     
  18. superego

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    the 'ex tax' means VAT is excluded and provided you're in the states, you don't pay it...possible duties, always a crapshoot, would be extra
     
  19. JezeC

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    Anybody ordered starks from endclothing?

    Did anybody receive duties when shipped to NYC?
     
  20. stevent

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    Had $75 in duties last fall on purple stark, it's mixed though. Used to be automatic customs rape from End but haven't seen as many complaints recently
     

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