Made in Scotland of the softest merino wool yarns, this rib-knit crew neck sweater offers a stretchy, conforming fit. Lightweight and durable, it has Alcantara® patches at the elbow. Merino wool crew neck sweater in navy. Pure merino wool. Washable. Scotland. Sizes: M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48), XXL(50-52), about 28" long. Classic fit. See size chart for details.
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Barbour® Sporting Crewneck Sweater
"This has been a great workhorse, have worn it for anything from farmwork to transatlantic flights with nary a hiccup. I am a 40R and usually wear a medium, with this I ended up going for the large for the more relaxed fit in the shoulders. This does mean having to cuff up the sleeves a bit, but it wasn't a bad compromise at all."
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Review 2 for Barbour® Sporting Crewneck Sweater
December 17, 2012
from CHICAGO, IL
"WEIGHT IS GOOD, SHOULD WEAR WELL, SLEEVES LONGER ON BARBOUR AND THIS IS HELPFUL WHEN EXTENDING ARMS"
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Review 3 for Barbour® Sporting Crewneck Sweater
A great Turkish sweater,
November 26, 2010
"As reviewers of the v-neck version of this sweater have pointed out these Barbour sweaters are no longer made in Scotland or the UK. Mine arrived with "Made in Turkey" prominently marked on the pull-tag although the sewn-in tags are mute as to origin.
Nevertheless Barbour knows how to design and the Turks seem to know how to execute a heckuva good casual/outdoor sweater. It's a tight weave of excellent wool that is soft to the touch and unlike bulkier British-style country sweaters not too thick for active wear in cool weather, either by itself or under a field/rain jacket. The fit is, for the stated size, neither too tight nor too loose and the cuffs are long enough to provide lots of sleeve length adjustment. My size XL weighs 1-lb,12-oz which makes it competitive with fleece of similar thickness in terms of carry weight while looking far nicer.
Personally I can do without the unpadded patches beside the collar since they are merely sewn on the front of the sweater and thus don't truly protect the shoulders of the garment, but the elbow patches will provide good protection that extends the sweater's life."