Inis Meain

"Navan" mixed black linen rolled edge henley sweater (restock)

$395.00 Regular price $256.75
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Inis Meain

"Navan" mixed black linen rolled edge henley sweater (restock)

$395.00 Regular price $256.75
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"This style always makes the most sense for the warmer seasons. If you're going to make a linen sweater, it should be a henley. Giving you the option to rock this crewneck style with the rolled edges or with a few buttons undone to give it an ultra summer vibe, the lack of ribbing allows this to drape easier. Plus the saddle shoulder gives it a plenty of character." ---Kenshawn

Details
  • 100% linen; mixed color yarns
  • Saddle shoulder construction; rolled-edge collar; ribbed pattern on shoulders
  • 6" buttoned placket, horn button, 2" side slits at bottom
  • Knit and hand-linked on the Aran island of Inis Meain, Ireland
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SKU: INSKNT138-S

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Inis Meain

Guardians of the Aran Islands' culture and traditions 🍀

The Aran Islands lie off the west coast of Ireland, a reminder of the ancient society that modern Ireland has left behind. Stone walls divide property and grazing grounds. Irish is still the most commonly spoken language on the islands.  The boat ride from the mainland to Inis Mor, the largest of the islands, will test the most sturdy stomachs, and serves as a reminder of the wet and windy conditions local fishermen face to make their living.

Inis Meain, the name of the second biggest island, means “middle island” in Irish. It is usually visited only for day trips, and only about two hundred people live there.  These people are survivors - of harsh weather, of isolation, of modernity. One of the many survival skills they mastered is knitting. It’s this skill that the knitwear company Inis Meain draws on in their sweaters.

Former Celtic scholar Tarlach di Blacam founded the company with his wife with to protect and expand this Aran tradition of fishermen sweaters. Each sweater is produced on the island. Many are inspired directly by traditional designs, cable knits winding and crossing over each other like the stone walls that divide Inis Meain.

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