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Overview

About Johnstons of Elgin Cashmere Sweater - Cable Knit (For Men)

Closeouts. When you choose Johnstons of Elgin's cashmere cable-knit sweater, you're at the tail end of a journey that began in Mongolia (home to the cashmere goat) and ended in pure Scottish Highland waters, where the luxury cashmere fibers were washed.

Specs

Specs about Johnstons of Elgin Cashmere Sweater - Cable Knit (For Men)

  • Pullover
  • Fabric: 100% cashmere
  • Care: Hand wash, dry flat
  • Made in United Kingdom
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4.333333 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 27 reviews

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Reviewed by anonymous coward from la area on Saturday, February 1, 2014
great material, very soft to the hand. a little "tight" for me, so i size-up by one. if it wears as well (and long) and it should this will be a good purchase indeed.
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About Johnstons of Elgin

The inherent luxury of pure Scottish cashmere is borne out in every garment that arrives from the legendary mills of Johnstons of Elgin - a centuries-old family firm doing business in the far North of Scotland since 1797. Using the finest cashmere and superfine wools in the world, Johnstons processes its fibers in a rare "vertical mill" system, where all of the dyeing, spinning, weaving and finishing are carefully controlled on site. Johnstons produces a range of cloth, knitwear and home furnishings at this historic plant - products that are probably best known for their irresistible softness to the touch. The secret, Johnstons believes, is in the finishing, a process still enhanced by the super soft, clear water from nearby River Lossie.