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Harley of Scotland

Shetland Cardigan - Amber

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$245.00 USD
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Harley of Scotland is the best knitwear brand you've never heard of.  That's because historically, they've mainly focused on manufacturing premium quality sweaters for other big designer names since they were founded in 1929.  If you've ever seen a beautifully crafted, made-in-Scotland sweater walking down the runway, or on the shelves of a luxury boutique, chances are it was produced by Harley of Scotland. Well, we decided to go straight to the source and stock Harley's house line of timeless sweaters, which offers all of the luxury as-good-as-it-gets quality, at a much lower price point than if it had a designer label attached to it (and the associated mark-up).  

With this type of wardrobe staple, you'll eventually want one in every color! These Shetland wool cardigans work just as well with a pair of jeans and sneakers as they do worn under a suit. They're thick enough to be nice and warm, but light enough to layer under outerwear or a blazer.  

We can't say enough good things about these sweaters!

Details and Care:

  • Model # M4824/3V
  • Color: Amber yellow/orange
  • Moderate Fit (*note: This cardigan is slightly looser than model # M3635/7, but not as relaxed as model # 2474/7. It fits closest to model #M3416/7 but is slightly shorter and more fitted at the bottom. See measurements below. )
  • Cardigan sweater
  • 100% Shetland wool
  • Made in Scotland
  • Dry clean only

    Fit and Measurements:

     

    S

    M

    L XL
    PIT TO PIT 19.5" 20.5" 22" 23"
    BOTTOM 13.5" 15" 16" 17.5"
    SLEEVE 32.5" 33" 33.5" 35.5"
    CENTER BACK 24" 25.5" 26" 28"

     

    About Harley of ScotlandHarley of Scotland was established in 1929 by Peter Harley to provide Fair Isle sweaters to local fishermen. While their wool still comes from the same hearty Scottish sheep that climb seaside cliffs and eat seaweed, they have updated their knitting practices to include a “seamless” technique, where each garment is knitted as one unit, not sewn together in pieces, making it sleeker and more durable.