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Women's Cable Knit Crew Sweater


■ Every purchase of our beautiful Aran sweater allows you to experience comfort, class, and warmth combined into one and comes in Soft Grey, Natural, and Navy
■ The coat is available in a variety of sizes, from XS to XXL, and you have the option of selecting you’re comfortable, perfect fit
■ The sweater comes from pure Merino wool, that is lightweight, smooth and cozy, giving you comfort and keeping you warm
■ The front pockets are the most outstanding feature, large enough for both hands, to keep you stylish and warm



Our beautiful Women's Cable Knit Crew Neck Sweater is the ideal thing to liven up a dreary morning, our sweater is classy, trendy, and stylish. Check out our marvelous sweater that encompasses every ladies dream of the best outfit to keep the cold away as you stand out from the crowd. Add this beautiful Irish sweater to your winter wear collection, and you will get nothing wrong as you step out!

Creative design and style Our stand out fantastic sweater is a product of the super-cozy, super-soft pure Merino wool from Ireland. The genuine and pure Merino wool gives the coat a smooth feel on touch, the perfect texture for your ultimate comfort. The Merino wool is amazingly lightweight, giving you a pleasant experience as you keep warm from the cold. The sweater design and style are exquisite, uniquely crafted to result in one of the most exceptional winters wears you will come across. The inclusion of the front pockets gives the sweater a stylish, trendy look when worn. The crew neck collar provides a traditional sophisticated touch to our masterpiece.

Aran prints The beautiful sweater, made from the outstanding and intricate Aran patterns, has a deep connection to the Irish traditions and culture. The Aran models give the coat a unique and exquisite touch, and the Irish link gives it an authentic origin. The Aran patterns, knitted into garments with global recognition and use, have their roots in the Aran Islands of Islands. Initially used to knit the fishermen's clothes that guaranteed warmth and safety while on the fishing voyages, the prints are still in use today as they were over a century ago.