Large Sweaters for Men(81 items)
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Petrol chakana : Soft, delicate and hopefully warm
Its well made. Soft and yes, one has to wear it very carefully as while wearing one can feel the threads..wished there was an inner protective layer for protection..and as far as the color is concerned, i must say, its not exactly blue but a petrol color. So, if you are in an impression if it was a sky blue or a turquoise color, its not. Its petrol color. Soft nonetheless.
This was a gift and the recipient has worn in numerous times since receiving it. The fit was as expected and the pattern is really nice, just as pictured.
This was purchased for my son as a Christmas gift and he looks so handsome when he wears it! The colors are perfect for his skin tone and it is so soft to the touch. Well done Sir, again.
Popular Large Sweaters for Men
Etruscan Quarter Zip Wool Blend Sweater in Grey, "Legend"
The cable stitches of Aran Islands sweaters meet Italian fashion in this classic quarter-zip pullover for men. Made in a wool-acrylic blend, it offers maximum warmth without the itch. This fully fashioned, wear-anywhere sweater is made in Prato, Italy, in the heart of Tuscany.
La Nieve Alpaca Sweater, "La Nieve"
Those who want to hit the slopes in Peru will need to cope with significant altitude and long treks or helicopter rides to mountaintop glaciers. If you'd prefer to leave such adventures to extreme ski mountaineers, you can still channel an après ski mood with this men's sweater, featuring stylized Inca motifs and snowflakes-- in Spanish. The pullover sweater is hand knit from pure Peruvian alpaca.
Gray Men's 100% Alpaca Cardigan from Peru, "Chakana Traveler"$129.99
Fernando Cano designs a stylized version of the Andean cross, known as a for this handsome gray cardigan. Detailed in beige, the chakana represents the link between this world and the world above. Featuring cedar wood buttons and lapel v-neck, the jersey stitch cardigan is knit of alpaca, a warm, lightweight and soft fleece worn in the Andes since the days of the Inca Empire.