I've made note recently of a few S.N.S. Herning pieces and it can be attributed to a few things. I recently received a couple sweaters from them, we have an article about them on it's way and it's fall. Now that we're in October its definitely time for the knitwear to come out and the layers to begin to pile up. S.N.S. Herning make some of my favorite pieces when it comes to wool sweaters. I never find the wool too itchy and the fit is very comfortable. The authentic pieces from 1931 and the pieces from 2009 fit seamlessly together and offer a great reference to the sea in a product that works everywhere. The START cardigan is not one of the knits I picked up, but it was one that was high on my list. The pattern in the sweater is nicely contrasted by the ribbed waist band and the metal buttons. The olive version at END is a really good alternative to the classic navy as well.