This soft lambswool jumper is knitted in Scotland, using yarn from one of the world's oldest spinners based in Fife. Once knitted, the garment is washed in Scottish spring water to make it beautifully soft.
Product code: MJUM8066-BURT
- Made In Scotland
- 100% Super Geelong Lambswool
- Yarn is spun at Todd and Duncan, Scotland
- Our Lambswool is non Mulesed and RWS certified
- Hand wash
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Dry flat and reshape whilst damp
- Dry cleanable
- Fits true to size - take your normal size
- Regular Fit
- Model is 6’1” and wears a size Medium
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|Size||Chest - inches||Chest - cm|
33" - 35"
84 - 89
35" - 37"
89 - 94
37" - 39"
94 - 99
39" - 41"
99 - 104
41" - 43"
104 - 109
43" - 45"
109 - 114
45" - 47"
114 - 119
Lambswool comes from the first shearing the sheep receives and is the softest wool it ever produces. Our lambswool is an extra fine 18.5 micron Geelong, sourced from non-mulesed sheep and then manufactured entirely in Scotland, a country renowned for its historic knitwear production.
The lambswool yarn is spun by one of the world’s oldest spinners, Todd and Duncan, based on the banks of Loch Leven outside Edinburgh. We work closely with the spinner to create twists in the colour, giving us unique tones which are exclusive to Sunspel. The yarn is then knitted by a specialist manufacturer in Scotland, using seamless machines which eliminate waste as well as making garments that feel comfortable on the shoulders.
Each garment is washed in crystal clear Scottish water using the natural softness of the water to break down any hardness in the fibres. Scotland is unique in having this water – in most other countries softeners and chemicals are needed to create such a soft hand-feel. The result is a jumper of extraordinary softness that rivals the feel of cashmere and is perfect for winter layering.