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The Warm Brew Sweater

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Your espresso but better. Our exclusive blend of recycled coffee and premium merino wool will keep you comfortable and warm.

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  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
  • Ines is 178 cm and wears a S size
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It's a strong combination (doppio espresso level). Committed to sustainability, we put a lot of research into this fabric, using 30% less water and 25% less energy during the production process than a regular cotton sweater would. It's also UV-resistant making it a smart choice for long walks on the beach or days sailing the sea. Slightly relaxed silhouette—we recommend taking one size up for a more oversized fit.
This piece was designed in our Monaco Atelier with intricate detailing and is made with seamless, 3D-knitting technology using single-ply thread in a family-owned partner facility in Tuscany, Italy.
Every machine wash consumes 40L of fresh water. It’s kinder to the planet to cold hand wash and lay flat to dry. If you have to put it in the washing machine, chose a cool wash setting and tumble dry on low. Note: slight piling of natural fabrics is to be expected with wash and wear. You can remedy this with a sweater comb.
We've turned your strong morning coffee into a sweater that's smooth, breathable, and lightweight for all seasons. It's also OEKO-TEX® 100 certified, ensuring that no hazardous chemicals were involved during the production process. 50% rPL (coffee) 50% Merino wool
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XX Small 45 X Small 49 Small 50 X Medium 52 Large 52 X Large 55 XX Large 55
Length 64 66 68 70 72 75 76
Chest 45 47 49 51 53 55 57
Bottom Opening 44 46 48 50 52 54 56
Sleeve Length 75 77 79 80 81 82 83
Bicep Width 16 16,5 17 17,5 18 18,5 19
Sleeve Opening 9 9,5 10 10,5 11 11,5 12
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