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Men's cardigan navy blue wool and cashmere Fursac - A2ARDI-AA14-30
Men's cardigan Fursac - A2ARDI-AA14-30
Men's navy blue cardigan Fursac - A2ARDI-AA14-30
Men's wool and cashmere cardigan Fursac - A2ARDI-AA14-30
Men's blue, navy blue wool and cashmere cardigan Fursac - A2ARDI-AA14-30

Wool and cashmere cardigan

285 EUR-40%171 EUR
Color Navy blue
  • Wool and cashmere cardigan - A2ARDI-AA14-30
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Wool and cashmere cardigan

  • Thick wool
  • V collar
  • Mens cardigan 90% wool and 10% cashmere
  • WOOL FROM FARMING PRACTICES more respectful of ANIMAL WELFARE AND ENVIRONMENT (MINIMUM 50%)
  • Hand wash
  • Model: size M, 1,89 m tall

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Wool and cashmere cardigan

285 EUR-40%171 EUR

Cashmere

Supplied by goats from the Kashmir region, located between India, Pakistan and China, this prestigious wool owes its shimmering reputation to a particularly fine and silky fibre. A goat can provide only 50 to 130 grams of pure wool every spring and it takes the down of six beasts to make a single good quality cashmere sweater.

Cardigan

This button-up sweater, generally made from wool, owes its existence to the attire and war time feat of James Thomas Brudenell, the seventh Earl of Cardigan. Shortly after having confronted Russian troops in the Crimean War, this British general decided to free himself of the restricting pull-over by splitting its collar with a sword, and thus inventing the garment that bears his name.