Why We Like The Merino Wool/Organic Cotton Textured Cardigan Sweater
From the office to the outdoors and every stop between, we shrug on our Merino Wool/Organic Cotton Textured Cardigan Sweater for warmth and comfort that doesn't stop. Recycled and organic materials keep our environmental impact low, and the cozy textured knit ensures our comfort from morning to night.
- Zip-front cardigan with a unique texture and Intarsia pattern
- Recycled and organic materials selected for minimized impact
- Merino wool offers natural odor resistance and a soft hand feel
- Cotton fibers aid comfort by enhancing softness and breathability
- Front pockets warm chilled fingers and keep small belongings close
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- Responsible Collection
- Recycled/Repurposed, Organic Materials
- 55% recycled Superfine merino wool, 25% recycled cotton, 20% organic cotton
- Center Back Length
- [medium] 25.5in
- 2 hand
- Claimed Weight
- [medium] 2lb
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
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May 26, 2023
Not as advertised
- Size Bought:
The description says 55% Merino Wool and the rest organic and recycled cotton. The tag on the product says 45% nylon and a mix of wool and cotton for the rest. Not what I expected when I purchased it. Stitching on the right shoulder is already loose and spreading straight out of the package. I can't complain about the pockets because it does say it keeps chilled fingers warm, and you can indeed fit your fingers in the pockets, not your entire hand, so that's a fair description. It is a Backcountry branded item so I can feel confident in not purchasing from them anymore as it can't be blamed for a different manufacturer's flaws. If you do decide to make the mistake of purchasing this, it does run large. I'm 53 inches around the chest so I went XXL which was only sized for 49 and it is quite loose in the chest and therefore baggy everywhere else. It's warm enough and I can't be bothered to repack and return so I will use it for cold, dirty activities where I don't want to damage my clothes of actual quality. So long Backcountry, I'll stick with REI for now on.
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