SNS Herning- fits?

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    -fisherman sweater in m, thanks binker!
     
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    Agreed. I'm 6'3+ 200-205 and the L would've been too slim as well. Wish there was half an inch or so off the length, but I'm still thrilled with it.

    To add more confusion here I'm 6'3-4 218 as of this morning and received my large stark today and it pretty much fits perfectly. I couldn't be happier.
     
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    I just received a Large Stark and it is very long in the sleeves and body. I'm 6'2, 175, 40 chest and it is slightly tight in the body (I'm sure it would stretch out fine) but the length and sleeves just won't work for me. I ordered it from CHCM on sale so I don't think I can return it.

    It's a Large Brown if anyone is interested in it drop me a PM. I'll post it in B&S tomorrow.


    Yeah, I got the Stark in Tag Brown on sale from CHCM, too. I'm 6'1" and 160-ish, and I went with a small. It's a little snug through the sleeves and body out of the box (well, bag, actually), but the sleeve and body lengths are spot on. I'll try to remember to post a fit pic here sometime this week.

    To reiterate: tall + skinny + size small Stark --> slim fit w/good length
     
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    Everybody in this thread should form the SF basketball team.
     
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    My Stark in the L fits perfect, 6'3 185. I had to return the basic cardigan in L for an XL.
     
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    Everybody in this thread should form the SF basketball team.

    ...Can we just settle for the SF rowing team? Xenox can be the coxswain.

    Per my earlier post, Stark in an S in Tag Brown. I'm 6'1", 160-ish.

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    That looks good man! I'm surprised that's a size S though! I'm 6' 175 and had to go with M and that's already pretty snug, lengthwise it's almost the same.
     
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    People just don't realize how much that knit can stretch until they hold it IRL. I think that picture on the right does an excellent job at illustrating it. The Stark is not cut in a V shape with a much wider chest than waist - however, look at how it fits notwithit... The chest stretched all the way - without being uncomfortable.
     
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    ...Can we just settle for the SF rowing team? Xenox can be the coxswain. Per my earlier post, Stark in an S in Tag Brown. I'm 6'1", 160-ish.
    wow im a small in stark and im 36R and only like 140lb. i probably could have sized down on mine but mine fits fine. nice fit though! ^Meis: i have a stark, element, and start all in small
     
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    People just don't realize how much that knit can stretch until they hold it IRL. I think that picture on the right does an excellent job at illustrating it. The Stark is not cut in a V shape with a much wider chest than waist - however, look at how it fits notwithit... The chest stretched all the way - without being uncomfortable.

    Agreed - it's definitely comfortable and not restricting at all.
     
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    ^^ How tall are you RKD? The length doesn't bother you?
     
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    im 5'7-5'8. all 3 of my sns knits hit me same like the pic above form notwitit. again i guess in hindsight i could have gone to xs but since its outerwear and i layer, i rather like it slightly bigger

    ill post pics in a bit
     
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    this was posted in WAYWT a month ago this is my olde green start cardi in small [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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