Blue Sweaters for Men(31 items)
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great looking sweater
this is the second one I have ordered. the first looked and felt great-no itch. the fit was roomy which I liked. sadly, the first time it was washed it shrank. washed it according to directions, hand wash, cold water, dried flat. this one will go to the dry cleaners. if it shrinks after dry cleaning I will post a down graded review. just a caution to readers of this.
Muchas gracias!, Senor F. Cano y sus trabajeros!
Guapo y bella camisa! Colores de la mer: pardo, naranja, y azul! Muchas gracias! Mis amigos de Peru! Buena Suerte por su pais!
Soft, warm and great look
I purchased this sweater for my 28 year old son as his existing alpaca sweater was loved but over-worn. He works from home on his computer and needed something that would be warm (we live in Minnesota), comfortable, and look professional. He loves this sweater! Fit was true to description. I would purchase this again. The note from the artisan was a plus. It came in lovely heavy duty gift wrap. .
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