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- Order number: 1718-758-flausch-v-strick-25-37074.M
Knitted pullover by Seldom in a wool blend with a fluffy "feel good" character. Made of roughened wool, without cuffs and with a straight finish. The "seamless technology" and the absence of a seam in the shoulder area give an exceptional feel. The pullover gets its great play of colours by using several different coloured yarns. Furthermore the pullover belongs to the "Two-Faces" series and can therefore be worn from both sides.
- Fabric: 67 % wool, 24 % alpaca (baby), 9 % polyamide
- Colour: Brown/Taupe/Olive
- Roughened wool - fluffy handle
- Knitted cuffs and hem
- Mottled appearance
- Care: Hand wash
A special sweater, which captivates by its quality and does not depend on fashion trends, but rather on the perfection of the existing. This is the sweater from the knitting factory Seldom. The family business, painstakingly handcrafted and 100% manufactured in Germany, focuses on sustainability: the best raw materials from Italy and modern technologies that avoid production waste. The technologies also offer a further advantage: seamless knitting creates a sweater without seams - a unique wearing comfort. In combination with the plating technique, in which two threads are knitted, the result is a reversible pullover with different colour combinations for men and women.
SELDOM has always set a high standard in the use of materials, high quality finishing and innovative progress in the knitting sector - "for us the synthesis of creativity and technical implementation".
The idea of sustainability is moving more and more into the foreground. The focus is on the origin of raw materials and yarns as well as the use of modern technologies to reduce production waste. Today Seldom produces for the local market "Central Europe" in Germany and in nearby European countries.
"We produce favorite pieces with a timeless design that is not dictated by the constant new, but rather by perfecting and developing the existing."