Anyone here own Norse Projects pieces? How are they? Interested in their knitwear.
i have a shirt, 3 jumpers and a coat. one of the jumpers is the siegfried heavy boucle knit, i love it. i love everything i have by norse
I know it may not be much, but I got one of their wool a/w 5 panels last year and I've legit worn it more than 4 other hats combined, fits perfect on my head and looks good with almost anything
anton broken leaf
i have two of their sweaters. they run kind of big. i'm between a small and medium and their small fits me really well.
also have a jacket from them i love, but as i had to size down it is a tiny bit tight in the shoulders. fits nicely everywhere else
I got a sigfred roll and it's like wearing a 10 lb rough wool blanket
wearing their elka raincoat is like putting your body inside a plastic rectangle
also its yurop so don't buy a large unless you're 7 feet tall
you've been warned
Got 2 of their jumpers; a fig gustav wool crew and a grey vorm crew. Both fit perfectly, got the vorm off ebay for £25. >>9042664 is right though, the vorm is an XS and the gustav is an S yet both fit me identically. Must be the stretchiness of the cotton compared to the wool.
This one? :3
I got m and its pretty darn big, looks ok oversized I guess but could have done with a small. Also paid £40 for mine ;(
I have vorm model, the lighter grey one. the crewneck is large but around chest and shoulders is fine.
I have the infamous norse ketel sweater.
Bought it during sale
Quality is quite nice, the fabric feels really good, fit is great and that thing is really warm to wear. For the price I paid it it's perfect, but I would never advise paying full price for norse.
will anything ever top the kaare anorak they did in this colour with oi polloi?
I always kind of disliked them. I remember when they started out as just a online streetwear webshop and then later released a few items that were just blatantly bitten from headporter and other iconic streetwear items. They've kiiiiind of found their own aesthetic now after me-too-ing and stumbling aroung in the dark issueing out real typical streetwear stuff but i still feel like the premium they slap on their items is completely out of line considering their lack of real legitimacy or dues paid. This is a feeling if kind of harboured from the beginning but never really thought too much about so its not really well articulated but thats more or less how i feel about them
and by 'dues paid' i mean contributing anything original or fresh to the streetwear scene. They produce nice items, but its always kind of in line with what other peeps are doing. At least for a long time, i havent paid much attention to what they've been up to for a while, maybe its gotten better
Got pic related and a blue Fair Isle sweater. Very nice but strangely they seem to run small. I normally wear M (193cm) but they're both L and fit perfectly.
An oxford shirt
all decent quality except the tee; has a D hem that rolls up on itself, really annoying. I wouldn't say the quality is anything special, it's the least you would expect for the price.
two sweaters. one is pretty normal sized, one is fairly big. big difference in size.
one knit. great quality, one of my favorites.
chinos. really great quality. best-feeling chinos i've ever had, can't recommend enough. they're not very expensive either, will cop another pair when i see something on sale.
Own Aros Chino. Great for price. Thick material and amazingly sturdy stitching. Was 70 USD on sale at END.
Also have a Norse x Elka in blue. Wore it once and I think its great considering it was on sale for 105 USD at Woodlands.