Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dixonmanor, Sep 10, 2009.
Only large sizes left
That is an XL and it is pulled up a couple of inches because I am holding my arm up. Those jeans are sagged pretty low, however, and it still covers the pockets, so by any definition it is still pretty long.
It does look shorter there than in most Stark fit pics. It is partly an illusion and partly because I am a taaaaallllllll Scandinavian fisherman.
Haha, not really. I am actually Peyton Manning.
Haha, not really. But I am the same height as Peyton Manning.
Whats the difference in the black and black melange? Looking to pick up one or the other...
Black is like pure black, melange is more of a very dark grey because of slight variations in the color throughout the shirt. In my opinion the melange looks cooler because of this.
+1, slightly more versatile
Yeh think I'll hold off and get the Melange, seems Dover Street Market have them and I'm over in London this weekend.
ya don't get black
Had one in olde green before, and it's probably the most versatile colour, just don't want to buy another one identical...should never have sold that sucka!!
I'd like a dark brown one.
Anybody tried on the Torso Sweater?
Think I'm usually a SMALL in sns, but wondering if i can get away with a MED. arms look a tad long according to measurements
^ ime, arm measurements are long on every sns sweater sans the stripped naval.
btw, Im wearing my third 3 SNS piece in as many days and each day a different sechy lady comments on my SNS.
Ive looked at this piece multiple times and I just cant get myself to pull the trigger. sometimes seems off about this piece
probably a tad big. I'm not a huge fan of longer sleeves. Found sweater on tres being and they say model is 6 feet and rocking a medium, too long . Thanks for your input though
Was ready to checkout, but could not convince myself that clay was a good color. Either way somebody kopped already
I don't think you missed out, clay is the least appealing of the SNS colors imo.
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