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Bruges 100% Org Belgian Linen Heritage Sweater (Unisex)
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100% organic linen sweater. Heritage, rare, unique. Breathable. Awesome! This is a vegan organic sweater at its most elegant. The beautiful flax linen yarn and classic cut speak for themselves.
Price: US$109.00


Product Code: RGMSW-8291LI


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100% Organic Belgian Flax Linen Sweater

100% Organic Belgian Linen Sweater! Fine linen connoisseurs the world over know that traditionally, the very finest flax linen is grown in France, Belgium, and Ireland.

To honor the tradition of handcrafted linens from the Old World, this handsome heritage flax linen knit sweater is named after Bruges (pronounced "Broo-je"), a famous linen town in Belgium.

The Bruges Organic Linen Sweater comes in the gorgeous natural color of flax yarns, which is platinum grey (unbleached & undyed). This breathable vegan organic linen sweater is a great layer for winter and in milder areas can serve as your standalone winter essential. The hollow cores of the flax linen fiber helps to insulate you against the cold, using your own body heat, and it keeps you comfortable the year round, thanks to flax fiber's ability to wick away moisture at a fast rate (which is great especially for coastal areas with cooler spring - summer nights).

No dioxin, no formaldehyde, no GMO, no pesticides, no acrylic, no PVC, no elastic, no bleach, no dye. Just 100% organically grown flax linen goodness.

The rollover collar design of the Bruges 100% Organic Belgian Linen Sweater is elegant and adds interest to an otherwise classic linen sweater. The sleeves feature a different heritage ribbed knit than the main trunk.

The Bruges Organic Linen Sweater is made from start to finish at the Rawganique Atelier in Europe. Sweatshop-free. No sewing tape. 2" rib knit cuff and bottom trim.

SizeChestSleevesLength
S40"23/29"26"
M43"23/29"26"
L46"
24/30.5"27.5"


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