Inis Crafts Navy Zip Sweater
This winter stay warm, while being stylish with this navy 1/2 zip sweater.
Knitted in 100% merino wool with a set of twists and chevrons. The collar closes with a leather zipper.
Straight cut and ribbed trims at collar, sleeves and at base.
This item's sizes are greater than usual. We advise to select one size under your usual size.
Our model Guillaume is 1.84m tall and is wearing a size M.
Inis Crafts is a family-run Irish business that brings to you the best Irish woollen fabrics and garments, drawing inspiration from Irish craft tradition and offering modern, stylish woollen clothing to men and women.
Inis Crafts was born in the village of Monasterevin, in the county of Kildare, Ireland. Inis Crafts was originally established by Molly Cullen in 1957. Her dream was to create a family-run knitwear company whose heritage stretched back for over 100 years.
Indeed, Molly is the granddaughter of Kate O’Shea, a brilliant woman who, in 1856, was the first craftswoman in Ireland to commercially market her robust, hand knitted woollens. Molly’s family is today the present owner of the company. They pride themselves in offering the best Irish knitwear that flourished with time within the Cullen family.
From the first woollens knitted by Kate O’Shea, Inis Craft grew to become the biggest knitwear manufacturer in Ireland. Their skilled and experienced workforce teams up in the largest Aran sweater and jacket producer in the world.
The company is conscious of its roots in Irish tradition but keep a focus on the future, taking pride in its innovative designs and styles.
Their garments are also manufactured for those engaged in a rugged, outdoor life, recalling the first function of Aran sweaters, specifically designed to protect the islanders from the Atlantic storms and sea.
These garments are today adapted for modern lifestyles and worldwide markets, and are worn by men and women with pride and pleasure. All of Inis Crafts’ woollen garments are knitted using the highest quality merino wool or pure new wool.