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Men's wool sweater, 'Cliffs of Inis Mor' - Men's Irish Aran Islands Wool V-Neck Sweater Curate

Product ID: 337967

Cliffs of Inis Mor Men's Irish Aran Islands Wool V-Neck Sweater

Handsomely blending the traditional and the fashionable, our wool V-neck sweater... more

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Handsomely blending the traditional and the fashionable, our wool V-neck sweater is a complex patchwork of some of the most famous Aran Islands stitches, each steeped in symbolism. The cable stitch represents the fisherman’s rope, bringing safety and good luck to its wearer and the trellis stitch represents the patterns of the small stone-walled fields, offering protection from the strong island winds. Made in County Mayo, Ireland.

  • 1.50 kgs
  • 3.3 lbs
  • Garment Measurements
  • M: 68.6 cm Length (from high-point shoulder) x 111.8 cm Bust/chest
  • M: 27" Length (from high-point shoulder) x 44" Bust/chest
  • XXL: 76.2 cm Length (from high-point shoulder) x 134.6 cm Bust/chest
  • XXL: 30" Length (from high-point shoulder) x 53" Bust/chest
  • L: 71.1 cm Length (from high-point shoulder) x 119.4 cm Bust/chest
  • L: 28" Length (from high-point shoulder) x 47" Bust/chest
  • XL: 73.7 cm Length (from high-point shoulder) x 127 cm Bust/chest
  • XL: 29" Length (from high-point shoulder) x 50" Bust/chest

  • 100% merino wool
  • Lay flat to dry
  • Hand wash with mild detergent
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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