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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. Katt

    Katt Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. Got a stark triple blue crew neck in small, fit is perfect. For scandinavian people, there's one in medium for 173 USD at karltex.se

    Anyone know which one is the warmest, stark or fisherman? Fisherman felt a little more dense when i tried one on.
     
  2. Sweden

    Sweden Senior member

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    Is the sweaters from this brand warm like h*ll? :)

    I use to buy sweaters and end up with never using them cause they are too warm :)

    Which models is the "coolest" and most warm?
     
  3. Mulan

    Mulan Senior member

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    How warm is relative to the wearer, especially pull overs where you can't have an open front like cardigans. Although I'd say their best sellers (the Stark to be exact) are pretty damn warm for anyone if that's a better answer to your question.
     
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  4. mes123

    mes123 Active Member

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    I would avoid the Fisherman crew neck if heat was a concern. It is very fitted. But if you don't like warm clothing, maybe sns isn't for you, at least not the FW versions?
     
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    jet Senior member

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    bro you live in sweden
     
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  6. KingJulien

    KingJulien Senior member

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    Gotta say, still pretty thrilled with my SNS blanket a year later. Not sure if I would pay retail for one, though.
     
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    That's amazing. Any pics of it being worn?
     
  8. Katt

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    What do you think of the fit? Stark crew neck, triple blue, small - 5 feet 8 inch, 38 chest, 150 pounds, 32 inch waist.
    Bad match with the jeans, yes, but anyhow... I've got a OCBD underneath it. It's tighter in the arms than any other knit i tried before, but that's also why i like SNS, i can't stand baggy knits and i have a hard time finding good fits.

    [​IMG]
     
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  9. rydenfan

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    Lex Luther FTW!!

    Arms look a bit snug to me but how is your range of motion for daily activities?
     
  10. Sweden

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    We have radiators in Sweden :D
     
  11. Katt

    Katt Well-Known Member

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    Range of motion isn't impaired at all, the shirt underneath is the only thing pulling when i stretch forward for example, only thing that is tight are the arms, body is not stretching at all really when i'm still. I like the fit but wanted to hear what you guys think.

    One thing i find weird is the lack of love for the fisherman knit here, i agree that stark is cool but i'm not actually that into the stark cardigan. [​IMG]
    Next purchase will be a fisherman sweater i think. I want a solid cream one in crewneck. Might go for a medium one when i get a fisherman.
     
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    I'd wear a long/short sleeve sweater shirt underneath instead, especially with how slim the arms look. Body looks fine to me though.
     
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  13. Katt

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    Yeah, i'll probably just wear a t shirt if i know i'm gonna be in a stable climate, but sometimes i like to be able to scale down to a shirt if i get hot.

    The sweater is so comfortable that last night i couldn't be bothered to take it off when i was falling asleep (tiredness-induced coma whilst reading a book), so i fell asleep in it and only took it off when i woke up 4 in the morning.
     
  14. Mulan

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    @Katt Opps my mistake. Wrote sweater instead of shirt.
     
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  15. Cacatfish

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    Is it long enough in the body? I think it looks good. The arms will definitely give a little so snug is a good place to start from.
     
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    I think it's too small but if you like the fit that's all that matters.
     
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  17. mtg4l

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    Got the black lake mix Stark from Haberdash for $210. While the pattern and texture are cool, I'm not in love with the color - very dark and seems hard to work into fits. Thinking about paying ~$80 to exchange it for the lighter gray mix or solid olive...
     
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    go figure.....

    I'm on the opposite end of your opinion. i picked the same one up and love it.
     
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    love the slightly raised neck on this. look nice man
     
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    ill snap one next time its being worn. took a xxl in new stark. fits similar to old stark in xl. maybe a touch shorter in back length
     

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