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Handknit Heavyweight Kyoto Wool Jacket in Navy Blue

$400

Color: Navy Blue

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Heavyweight wool sweater, made by hand in British Columbia

Carrying on the legacy of the intricate, hand-knit sweaters made and worn by the Coast Salish people of the Cowichan Valley back in the early 1900s, this Heavyweight Kyoto Robe sweater is hand-knit in Canada from virgin Canadian wool, just like they used to. With a relaxed cut and a casual wrap closure, these sweaters are the ideal outer layer for cool, coastal climes and anywhere else where coziness is highly sought after.


  • Handsome, heavyweight wool sweater
  • Low, relaxed cut and belted wrap closure exude casual cool
  • Hand-knit from a chunky wool yarn using intricate knitting techniques and Canadian-sourced wool
  • Designed to be worn as an outer layer in cool, coastal climes
  • Open front and belted wrap closure for effortless cool
  • Pouch pockets at waist
  • Made in Canada
  • 100% virgin wool
  • The Heavyweight Kyoto Robe sweater has a regular fit that’s true to size, take your normal size
  • The sweater is designed to soften and mold to the body with regular wear
  • For the best personal fit, compare the measurements of one of your best-fitting jacket to the garment measurements below

Garment Measurements

S M L XL
Across Chest 18 20 21 23
Front Length 24 26 27 28
Sleeve Length 29 31 32 33

All measurements are in inches

  • Spot clean only: dilute a wool-safe liquid detergent with water and dab the stain gently
  • Dry at room temperature, not by squeezing or stressing the fabric, or by placing in direct heat as it could shrink the wool fibers
  • Do not place in a dryer
  • To be safe, you can also stick with dry cleaning only
  • Do not hang your wool sweater as it can causes the wool to stretch, instead fold and store the sweater flat

Faiz T.S. & Co. is a family owned knitwear company based in the beautiful Canadian province of British Columbia. Founded on the principles of artisanal manufacturing and contemporary design language, the brand focuses on the rich history and craft of the Cowichan sweater, which was developed hundreds of years ago in BC by the Cowichan, a Coast Salish people in current-day British Columbia. Each garment’s hand-loomed construction requires up to 140 hours of craftsmanship to be complete, and is hand-crafted using only the finest virgin wool sourced from within Canada.

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