SNS Herning- fits?

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

  1. wj4

    wj4 Senior member

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    $90 in customs fee is pretty heavy. What was the declared total? I order shoes that are $500-800 from the UK on a regular basis and the customs fee, if at all, would be at around $50 mark.

    Because of your height, I would say a small would be sufficient. A XS may work as well, but it will be more fitted. For heavier knits, I prefer them to be a bit loose. I only like my lightweight knits to be fitted.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    34 chest is an xs bro
     


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    iroh Senior member

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  4. wj4

    wj4 Senior member

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    Yes, but he's almost at the height of the average American male though (which is listed at 5'10''). The sleeve length and body may be too short with a XS.
     


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    TyCooN Senior member

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    I'd go with XS if I were you unless you happen to have broad shoulders. Your 34" chest is very small. I have a 37.5" chest and XS is what I go with.
     


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    TyCooN Senior member

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    I have longer arms than many taller people, 25", and the sleeve fits fine on me.

    A XS may no longer be a "long" cardigan for him though since he's 5 ft 9.

    My XS is 26" in BODY LENGTH.
     


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    iroh Senior member

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    for what it is worth i would say go with a small, you should go by length when choosing your size for the stark. an M and an XS would not fit your properly, so S is the only option left. depends on the look you want, if you want the stark to fit you properly (looks a bit long'ish, the bottom of the knit will fall somwhere around the mid crotch line of your jeans, then get an S) and if you want it to fit like a normal cardigan or sweater (ending near the belt line) then get an XS. but i think the cardigan looks best on people with taller thinner bodies, i would go for an S if i were you.
     


  8. BlackToothedGrin

    BlackToothedGrin Senior member

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    26" is plenty long for someone 5'9"
     


  9. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    lol 26' is long for someone who's 5'9-10


    XS is your size.

    BTW 39 inch chest-- Small or medium?
     
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    afixedpoint Crossfit

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    Definitely small
     


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    nicelynice Senior member

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    I was kinda drunk last night and bought the last Stark from Roden Gray in a size small, is that thing gonna fit me? Hmm!!
     


  12. wj4

    wj4 Senior member

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    BTW 26' = 26 ft. 26'' = 26 in.

    Like I said initially, it depends on the fit. My size small covers my whole rear and is a bit roomy, which is my preferred fit.
     


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    I think they declared something like 250$ plus shipping. Even I was surprised by the amount!

    Do you have any fit pics with the Stark?? I'd like to see if that's the fit I would like to get haha. Also, its because if I get the small, it would be Black Melange (the color I want). whereas if I get the Xs, it would be Navy. So that also plays with the decision


    Yeah, if there was an XS in Black Melange, I'm pretty sure I would of went with that one, but now I'm undecided cause there's color factored in =/.


    So many different opinions =/. Anyways, thanks a lot SF for trying to help me :D.
     


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    wj4 Senior member

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    Sorry, no fit pictures of the Stark.

    Both sizes will probably work for you, just different aesthetics. RandomKoreanDude is around 5'7'' IIRC and he rocks a size small pretty well.
     


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    I was looking at the past posts for the stark, and was almost settled for the XS, but then I looked here: http://www.anticboutik.com/knitwear/395-stark-sea-blue.html, and saw that the guy is like 5'8" and 154 lbs (around 10 more than me) and he wears a small and that's exactly how I would like the stark to fit me :brick:.
     


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