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Decent lambswool sweaters

cmrocks

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Can anyone recommend some good quality lambswool sweaters? I recently picked up a lambswool, zip sweater by Pringle that I really like. I'd let to get a vneck or something similar now. I like the way lambswool looks better especially if its a medium to fine gauge. I can spend around $200 on a good sweater.

Suggestions?
 

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If you like Pringle then have a look at Pringle 1815. I have some v-necks by william hunt, baracuta and original penguin that I really like too.
 

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Fred Perry made a limited "Terry Hall" vneck lambswool sweater that are awesome. Comes in black or burgundy, and finally got a chance to wear both this weekend. Really soft fine gauge knit. Most lambswool sweaters seem heavy and itchy to me. The Fred Perry is merino soft and similar weight. Made in UK, from Scottish lambswool. Each cost $180.
 

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^^that;s the one

Hanon Shop is good too. I bought something from there once and they ship quickly. Their sizing is weird, go by the number, not the S-L

a size 36 equates to XS (not xxs), 38 is small (not XS) etc
 

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