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SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. theom-

    theom- Senior member

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    goddamn you SNS herning for making sweaters with such long bodies and long arms. A nice grey heavy gauge cotton one will be up for sale soon, if anyone is interested.
     


  2. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Size? Pics?
     


  3. Meis

    Meis Senior member

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    this.

    I'm fine with longer sleeves, and I can deal with longer body length on cardigans like the Stark... but the pullovers always seem to have rediculously long bodies... I think the naval? crew is something like 28in long for a small...


    on that note- anyone looking for a non-insanely-long SNS knit should consider the Fisherman roll neck. My size small fits me great length-wise at 5ft8

    Not sure if the same is true for the zipped fisherman knits
     


  4. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Anyone here grab that marked cardi on the Bay for $250? Looked so nice
     


  5. sexonfabric

    sexonfabric Senior member

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    I have a zipped Fang and it is insanely long...and I'm 6'4
     


  6. conceptionist

    conceptionist Senior member

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    I know you guys thought the Large fit perfect on me, but I just ordered another one in M. The Large is alright, but to be honest, it's a little bit too wide in the body. My waist is around 31 at it's slimmest so that leaves a lot of excess fabric around the stomach area. I'm gonna post another pic as soon as I get the size M.

    As for now, here's the fit in the L which I'm not satisfied with. Check how it stacks around the waist. I'm sure it will only get worse after a lot of wear,
    [​IMG]
     


  7. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Ok you're right, too big in the waist
     


  8. povatix

    povatix Well-Known Member

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    just wondering, how did the stark turn out after the wash/dry (which you suspected to have happened) in terms of the texture of the wool and such? is it still as awesome as when it started out?
     


  9. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    yes

    and the pics i have posted in the last month 2-3 months are post-wash

    look and feel the same just slightly smaller but still stretchable
     


  10. Islander

    Islander Senior member

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    Any pilling from the drier?
     


  11. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    very little (mostly on the inside) and nothing a fabric eater can't take care of.
     


  12. Gaillimh Abu

    Gaillimh Abu Senior member

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    Just to say i backed this, true to size M works better. S was very fitted but I wasn't really comfortable in it to be honest.
    I much prefer this thing the way it's meant to fit. . . . . . . long and comfy as fuck.
     


  13. conceptionist

    conceptionist Senior member

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    Hmm... I'm 6,3 and 175 lbs and I'm going to get my M delivered tomorrow. The L was a tad too big but the M may be too fitted and similar to how the S looked on you. I want a comfortable, kinda fitted but not douchy-snob look which I think this sweater can be seen as if you wear it tight with the collar up. My build usually makes sizing hard as hell. I'll see how the M plays out tomorrow...
     


  14. applky

    applky Senior member

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    I'm a slim 38 and am between a medium and a small. Went with the small counting on the stark to stretch, and it has. It looks very fitted, which is what I was going for.
     


  15. bakatora

    bakatora Senior member

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    got my marked and ratio cardigans from roden gray. Large fits me well, but I'm only 5'11" so the marked is pretty long on me (longer than my stark by a good 4 inches). It is one of the heaviest knits I own.
     


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