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Merino Wool Sweater


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Core Colors:
Sea salt

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Responsible wool

Hand embroidery

This cropped Merino wool turtleneck is our ode to "Šturmai," a serene fishermen's village within the Curonian Lagoon. Just like Šturmai itself, embodying coastal timelessness, the elevated design of the knit echoes the resilience of those who've sailed the Baltic waters for generations. Hand-embroidered motifs pay homage to the enduring tradition of the local fishermen's sweaters, with each stitch a testament to their artistry and endurance.


    100% Merino wool. Cruelty free. 

    Dry clean. Store folded.


    What's better than a sustainably sourced knit? A sustainably sourced knit with free worldwide shipping and free exchanges. 

    If for some reason you'd like to return a piece altogether, we'll always accept unworn, unwashed and unaltered knits with original tags attached. Head to our FAQ for more details.


    For the knit, we handpicked only the coziest, cashmere-like 100% Merino wool, proudly certified as cruelty-free. No microplastics, no harmful chemicals—just pure, snug goodness. We source our Merino wool from Italy, where it's spun and dyed in-house by our Italian suppliers.


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For this knit we partnered up with a family-run knitwear factory in Šiauliai, a small town in Northern Lithuania. The owner of the factory is Mrs. Zina who founded the company over 30 years ago. Growing up she always dreamt of becoming an orchestra conductor, but running a factory as beautifully as she does might not be that far off. Today Mrs. Zina employs over 20 women from the local community who all refer to her as a mother figure. All her employees earn a living wage and are entitled to 4 weeks of annual paid leave, 24 months of paid maternity leave and paid sick leave. Each knit comes signed by a woman who made it.