Featherweight Merino Sweater

€159,00 Sale Save
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€250 Traditional retail - Show True Cost

Color Bordeaux
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Weighing a mere 50% less than its cousin, the Merino Sweater, this garment effortlessly blends comfort and breathability required for summer wear without compromising on durability. The superfine fibres allows for next to skin wear, while its clean aesthetic perfectly complements the fibres versatility, adapting seamlessly to any occasion. It's lightweight and airy texture, coupled with the fibres remarkable strength and durability makes this style an ideal choice for those seeking staple pieces to build a collection that will endure.

  • 100% 17.5µ Superfine Merino wool from Australia
  • RWS certified & mulesing free sheep
  • Combed 2/60 NM, Cradle to Cradle Gold Certified™ Slowool yarn
  • 1ply, 18 Gauge, Single Jersey
  • Weight 250 gram
  • 1x1 rib finishing on the collar, cuffs and hem

  • Regular fit
  • Julian measures 184cm in height, 99cm around chest and wears L-Normal
  • Available in 10 sizes, S-XXL in Normal and Long Length
  • Still in doubt, have a look at our our size-guide or email us at support@unborn.co in case of any questions

Our formal care instructions:

  • Hand wash cold
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Iron low temperature
  • Dry flat
  • Do not dry clean

Our informal instructions

As we like to say: "Airing is caring". Merino wool practically take care of its self although it doesn’t mind a little help. Instead of washing, air out your woollen garments from time to time to remove any unwanted odours by either laying them flat on a bed or hanging it on a hanger for an hour or so.

Read our detailed care instructions for more information.

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Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Materials
Flock of Merino sheep roaming on the meadow of the Congi Station
Mulesing Free Sheep
Seamsters sewing on garment labels to Merino knitwear at Point Tricot
Made in Italy
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