Black Sheep Knitted sweater
Black Sheep (the Welsh variety).
Welsh Mountain Blacks are a hardy race of small, unpretentious animals that inhabit the bare Welsh uplands – and which provide the wool for this warm pullover. The natural colours of the wool are particularly well brought out in this pullover, which is close-knit to enhance the warming qualities of the wool without impairing its breathability. No dyes or chemical processes have been used – meaning that the original high lanolin content of the wool has been preserved: you'll notice the extra 'give' when you wear it. Also how wind- and rain-resistant it is! It's been reinforced at shoulder and elbows with colour-coordinated suede patches.
Wool. From black sheep
From the strong and durable wool of the Black Welsh Mountain Sheep (in Welsh: Defaid Mynydd Duon), a small-grown, robust and frugal breed of sheep that has its home in the barren Welsh hills, this warming garment is knitted. The wool is processed natural and undyed, the way of knitting brings out its natural multicolor especially well. The voluminous knitted fabric offers a lot of yarn supply in a small space: this favors the good heat retention capacity of the wool fiber without compromising its air permeability. The wool still contains a lot of lanolin, their natural properties remain the elastic knit so tangibly - for this it is still slightly oily to the touch and smells a little like sheep.
Article Number 85422
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