Wool poncho, 'Aran Plaits' - Women's Irish Plaited-Wool Poncho in Natural Ivory Curate

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Aran Plaits Women's Irish Plaited-Wool Poncho in Natural Ivory

Traditionally, Aran sweaters were an off-white color known in Celtic as báinín.... more

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Traditionally, Aran sweaters were an off-white color known in Celtic as báinín. Until recently, these durable sweaters were virtually waterproof thanks to the naturally occurring lanolin in the wool. Because lanolin-rich wool is incredibly heavy, today Aran sweaters are made of wool that has been washed of its lanolin, making them much easier to wear. Made in Ireland using wool in the traditional Aran color, this warm, funnel-neck poncho features classic Aran plaited designs in an elegant silhouette that keeps your hands free.

  • 0.46 kgs
  • 1.0 lbs

  • 100% merino wool
  • Dry clean only
  • One size fits most
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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"Beautifully knit poncho!"

I've always wanted a fisherman sweater and I've always wanted a poncho! This combines both. It's every bit as beautiful as the picture! I like that it was knit in Ireland! The price is reasonable for what it is!

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cool autumn days

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