Inis Meain

Marled brown classic Aran cable crewneck sweater

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$435.00
Inis Meain's iconic Aran cable knit crew neck sweater. This version mixes brown and beige yarns for a beautiful, complex visual effect complemented by the soft hand of its merino/cashmere mlange
  • 90% merino wool, 10% cashmere
  • Mixed beige and brown yarns
  • Knit and hand-linked on the Aran island of Inis Meain, Ireland

SIZE & FIT

CM/IN
SizeLength (CMIN)Chest (CMIN)
S6023.610240.2
M6224.410440.9
L6525.611244.1
XL6826.812047.2
XXL7027.612348.4

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Inis Meain - Marled brown classic Aran cable crewneck sweater

SIZE & FIT

SizeLengthChest 
S23.6 In40.2 InSelect
M24.4 In40.9 InSelect
L25.6 In44.1 InSelect
XL26.8 In47.2 InSelect
XXL27.6 In48.4 InSelect
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ABOUT Inis Meain

Celtic scholar Tarlach di Blacam founded Inis Meain with his wife. Inis Meain means “middle island” in Irish, and is also the name of the middle of the three Aran Islands. The company knits sweaters in classic intricate Aran Island designs, continuing a knitting tradition that has warmed generations of fishermen in the wet and windy climate of Galway Bay.
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