Mens V-Neck Cardigan
Mens V-Neck Cardigan

Mens V-Neck Cardigan

WSP163

Regular price $229.00 Sale price$189.00 Save $40.00
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100% Merino Wool

Mens Sizing for Knitwear, Jackets etc. 

Our Sizes 

XS

S

M

L

XL

2XL

3XL

4XL

5XL

Chest 

Inches 

34”

36”

38”

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cm 

86cm

92cm

97cm

102cm 

107cm

112cm

117cm

122cm

128cm 

Waist

Inches 

28”

30”

32”

34”

36”

38”

40” 

42”

44”

cm 

71cm

76cm

81cm

86cm

92cm

97cm

102cm

107cm

112cm

 

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All garments have detailed care instructions.  This information is mainly found on the inside Body seam on garments and under the brand label on accessories.

Below are some of the basic care instructions for your reference.

 

100% Merino Wool Styles:

Hand Wash or Gentle Wool Wash, Mild Wool Detergent, Warm Rinse, Normal Spin. 
Do not rub or bleach, Do not tumble dry, Do not Dry Clean.

Dry flat in shade.

 

75% Lambswool 25% Angora Styles:

 

Hand Wash or Gentle Wool Wash, Mild Wool Detergent, Warm Rinse, Normal Spin. 
Do not rub or bleach, Do not tumble dry, Do not Dry Clean.

Dry flat in shade.

 

60% Merino 30% Possum 10% Nylon Styles:

Hand Wash or Gentle Wool Wash, Mild Wool Detergent, Warm Rinse, Normal Spin. 
Do not rub or bleach, Do not tumble dry, Do not Dry Clean.

Dry flat in shade.

 

Garment Pilling: 


What is Pilling? Fabric pills occur as the result of normal wear and tear. Shorter clothing fibres on the surface of the garment become tangled together, and begin to clump resulting in the characteristic lint balls that are visible on your clothing. 


How to prevent Pilling: Naturally we stress our clothing every time we wear it, so some pilling is always possible. However there are some ways to minimise this pilling by reducing friction against your garments.  

  • Backpacks and handbag straps often cause this friction 
  • A washing machine does not specifically cause pilling but it can speed up the process or worsen it. 
  • First, always refer to the garment care label inside the garment. 
  • Turn garments inside out. So it is the inside that rubs against other garments. 
  • Fasten all zips, buttons and hooks. Hard objects can damage the clothing fibres.
  • Sort garments before washing to prevent heavier fabrics damaging your knitwear during the wash cycle. 
  • Use a gentle wool cycle, or hand wash your garments.

 



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New Zealand Made

Knitwear Collections products are made to the highest standard using quality raw materials including 100% Merino Wool, Angora Blends and
Merino Possum.


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