Reviewed by stpfan from WI on Thursday, October 18, 2012
I'm not sure what the reviews are about that say it is not Merino, the tag clearly states it is. Anyway, it is a great, quality sweater, whatever it is made of, loved it from the first time on. Nice fit, not too bulky, a nice wool, well constructed. I even got the cap to match, love them both! I wea...
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Reviewed by MJWhit from Boston,MA on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
It was worth the purchase I got the sweater less than a week ago and I have worn it three times. This sweater is cozy and warm, perfect for under a light weight parka in cold weather. The t neck is warm enough there is no need for a scarf.It does have a classic look and I have had complements on how nice looking this sweater is. It fits nicely and the knit is loose enough that I can move my arms and shoulders with ease. This sweater is a bit short at the waistline, it is not super soft, but it is not itchy, perfect over a turtleneck. I work outside for a good part of the day, I feel warm and comfortable in this sweater, and it looks nice.
Reviewed by momadeux from Duluth, MN on Monday, December 7, 2015
I love this sweater!!!!! Living in Duluth, MN staying warm is paramount. This sweater does the trick. I'm not cold at all when I go out in a down parka with this sweater to walk the dogs in in sometimes -25 below zero. But because it's wool, it's breathable, and therefore not too hot to wear in doors as well. I love the turtle neck and general fit. I would say it it true to size. A great buy!!
Reviewed by Barbara the Horsewoman from CW Ohio on Wednesday, November 4, 2015
This is my favorite style/piece of clothing, and had been for many years. Ivory (or a few shades darker), bulky, wool-looking cable knit turtleneck. They're also very flattering to my (something about my build and coloring, maybe? Or are they flattering to everyone? heh heh) The non-wool one I've had for a few years was so hard to get over my head in both directions, I decided to try to get another one. I'm allergic to wool, so I was a little afraid to try your Merino wool version, even though Merino is supposedly hypo-allergenic (one web site says "like most wool", though.) When I took it out of its package my hands burned a bit (typical reaction to wool) but I tried putting it on over a t-shirt and the only place it bothered my skin at all was around the front of the neck seam. The T-shirt was V-neck! I put a Kleenex there and wore it for a couple of hours. No problems! No runny nose, itchy eyes, etc. (like I had all through high school where everyone's uniform but mine was wool!) I plan to keep it and wear it with a CREW neck T-shirt in the future. Should work out fine. (Maybe I'll include a picture later!)
Reviewed by Susan from RI on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
The quality of the wool was good, but there were weird gaps and holes in the pattern, so that the sweater was like a cross between a winter sweater and a string shopping bag. Don't know if I just got a bad one but I had to return it.