The sweaters worn by fishermen when they go fishing are arranged in the BONCOURA style.
It is commonly called popcorn sweater because of its characteristic knitted fabric.
It features a rugged and masculine silhouette.
A rare 100% Shetland wool sweater. It is dyed without spoiling the unique texture of Shetland wool and knitted without degreasing. When you wear the scent of unskimmed raw wool and slightly dry touch raw wool, you can imagine the scene of sheep being raised without stress in the vast nature of the Shetland Islands.
Not only does it have a rugged texture, but it is also quite cold resistant. In addition, by making it a single raglan sleeve, you can wear it with a thick yet clean silhouette.
BONCOURA knits and sweaters are made from high-quality wool in a quantity that cannot be obtained through normal shaping.
If you just want to make it look exactly the same, you can make it with about 1/2 to 1/3 of the amount.
However, even if the appearance is the same, the warmth and texture when worn will be quite different.
At BONCOURA, we emphasize texture and texture above all else.
By weaving it tightly, pilling is less likely to occur and heat retention is improved, and although it depends on the type of raw hair, it is more difficult to stretch than general ones.
You may think that it is a heavy knit that is often seen in vintage items, but it is made of high-quality raw wool that has been carefully selected without compromise, so it does not feel heavy and fits your body very well.
It is a boasted item of BONCOURA that overturns the concept of general wool knit and can be used for a long time.