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post #601 of 1071
That, and that Inverallan has been knitted in Scotland for decades (centuries?) and Strathtay is knitted at least partly in India- not exactly a country known for their warm Aran knits.
post #602 of 1071
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

That, and that Inverallan has been knitted in Scotland for decades (centuries?) and Strathtay is knitted at least partly in India- not exactly a country known for their warm Aran knits.

I remember this coming up earlier in the thread, but I don't remember seeing a confirmation.  Do we know for a fact that they're doing some knitting in India now?

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post #604 of 1071
That article is from 10 years ago.
post #605 of 1071
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Here is the article.

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post #606 of 1071
That article's from 2003 and the Inverallans I bought last year are labelled "made in Scotland", so I can only assume the knitting was somehow pulled back onshore. (The Scotsman don't seem to have mentioned Inverallan since then.)

Unless you're thinking the jumpers are knitted offshore and assembled in Scotland to qualify for the label? Either way I wouldn't think that article points to a difference in methods or quality between recent Inverallan and new Strathtay (I don't have any first-hand experience of Strathtay).
post #607 of 1071
Ok, I didn't notice the date on the article. It was posted in this thread a month or two ago.

So, back to my original question: has anyone compared the two side by side?
post #608 of 1071
Fucking ups guy came today to extort money for my package he's holding hostage, fuck this shit.
post #609 of 1071
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Mine just got shipped and I got a tracking number. Not really happy about UPS either.

Where can you get a kanata sweater? I looked at some online and really liked the looks of them. What are they like in terms of quality and thickness?

 

Kanata's biggest market is Japan. The best way to get them is off of Rakuten (or maybe yahoo japan auctions). Some of the Rakuten shops will ship internationally for the others you will have to proxy.

 

Four Horsemen's sweaters were at some point made by Kanata, not sure whether that is still the case. In other years the FH ones were made by Granted, another canadian company that makes similar sweaters. THey actually have a webshop you can order from directly. 

post #610 of 1071
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Fucking ups guy came today to extort money for my package he's holding hostage, fuck this shit.

Damn. How much? I'm a little worried, mine comes in on Wednesday. My order was £145 before shipping.
post #611 of 1071
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Originally Posted by jwalterweather View Post

Kanata's biggest market is Japan. The best way to get them is off of Rakuten (or maybe yahoo japan auctions). Some of the Rakuten shops will ship internationally for the others you will have to proxy.

Four Horsemen's sweaters were at some point made by Kanata, not sure whether that is still the case. In other years the FH ones were made by Granted, another canadian company that makes similar sweaters. THey actually have a webshop you can order from directly. 


Awesome, thanks. I'll look into it. Any word on the quality?
post #612 of 1071
Ahahahaha

post #613 of 1071
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Ahahahaha




First thought

post #614 of 1071
The polo bear sweater is coveted by a lot of 'lo heads though. And borderline Alden-thread obsessive "Americana" types.
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