Large Sweaters for Men(82 items)
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Petrol chakana : Soft, delicate and hopefully warm
Its well made. Soft and yes, one has to wear it very carefully as while wearing one can feel the threads..wished there was an inner protective layer for protection..and as far as the color is concerned, i must say, its not exactly blue but a petrol color. So, if you are in an impression if it was a sky blue or a turquoise color, its not. Its petrol color. Soft nonetheless.
This was a gift and the recipient has worn in numerous times since receiving it. The fit was as expected and the pattern is really nice, just as pictured.
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Men's Irish Aran Islands Wool V-Neck Sweater, "Cliffs of Inis Mor"$159
Handsomely blending the traditional and the fashionable, our wool V-neck sweater is a complex patchwork of some of the most famous Aran Islands stitches, each steeped in symbolism. The cable stitch represents the fisherman’s rope, bringing safety and good luck to its wearer and the trellis stitch represents the patterns of the small stone-walled fields, offering protection from the strong island winds. Made in County Mayo, Ireland.
Andes Men's Green Cotton Cardigan Sweater, "Villa Nueva"$99.99
The world's best cotton makes a versatile, classic V-neck design cardigan for men. Peruvian artisan Ana Fernandez brings you this simple and sophisticated sweater featuring coconut shell buttons along a moss-stitch chest with fine-knit sleeves and back.
La Nieve Alpaca Sweater, "La Nieve"$119.99
Those who want to hit the slopes in Peru will need to cope with significant altitude and long treks or helicopter rides to mountaintop glaciers. If you'd prefer to leave such adventures to extreme ski mountaineers, you can still channel an après ski mood with this men's sweater, featuring stylized Inca motifs and snowflakes-- in Spanish. The pullover sweater is hand knit from pure Peruvian alpaca.
Men's Blue Patterned Alpaca Sweater, "Tarabuco Market"$229
Indigenous Bolivian craftsmen translate grecas—repeating geometric patterns—from the traditional garments of the Tarabuco region in this three-quarter zip pullover. The design is an interpretation of barroco mestizo, the blending of indigenous and Spanish architectural style. Handcrafted in Bolivia.