• 100% Extra Fine Merino Lambswool
• Military Command Sweater Style
• Linking Seam Construction
• Raglan Sleeve
• Unisex Regular Fit
• Wool Garment Woven in Kogane Mills
Made in Japan
* The size value is the value when placed flat.
Since it is a knit made of 100% natural fiber, there may be an error of about 2 cm.
We would appreciate your understanding.
The SWEATER series uses 100% of the highest quality Super Lamb, which is both comfortable and textured. The material used is 100% Extra Fine Lamb from the "Geelong" area of Australia, which is known as the world's leading producer of high-quality lamb wool. While ordinary wool fibers have a thickness of about 23 to 30 microns, this lamb wool is a very delicate and smooth thread of about 18.5 microns, which is also used for underwear, and has excellent heat retention and moisture retention. We use high-quality materials that allow you to feel the warmth of knitwear and the comfort of wearing it without tingling. The design is based on a raglan sleeve type military command sweater. The peculiar specification that another cloth is attached to the shoulders and elbows is expressed by switching "knitting", and the body part is knitted with a big waffle structure instead of one-sided knitting to give a feeling of thickness and heat retention. It is a sweater that gives off an atmosphere and a sense of luxury, with the garter knitting of the shoulders and elbows expressing the "reliable cloth" as the point. The silhouette is a regular fit with plenty of width. Raglan sleeves that can be worn without worrying about shoulder width and have high arm mobility. Sewing is formed by "linking", which is a high-class knit manufacturing method, and precious craftsmen in Japan, who are only a few now, take time and effort to finish each piece, further enhancing the texture and texture of the sweater. It is built by the method. At present, most of the knit products are made overseas, this item is a very rare "made in Japan" molded knit sweater that cannot be mass-produced with a domestic production rate of only "1.9%".