New Trojan John Smedley NO.2136 Fair Isle Jumper Retro 70s On Sale
New Trojan John Smedley NO.2136 Fair Isle Jumper Retro 70s On Sale

New Trojan John Smedley NO.2136 Fair Isle Jumper Retro 70s On Sale

New Trojan John Smedley NO.2136 Fair Isle Jumper Retro 70s On Sale

  • Model: SKU 4971

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JOHN SMEDLEY 'TROJAN' MENS RETRO SEVENTIES INDIE FAIR ISLE SNOWFLAKE JUMPER (Midnight).
Brand: JOHN SMEDLEY
'Trojan' John Smedley Retro merino wool extrafine pullover with intriguing Seventies Indie snowflake Fair Isle panel design. Vintage charm with a cool colour palette, 'Trojan' by John Smedley is influenced by traditional Retro Scandinavian patterns. A intricate Retro Fair Isle Knitted Jumper with a hint of casual Mod flair - 'Trojan' by John Smedley.
'Trojan' John Smedley Mens midnight navy fine gauge wool knit Retro jumper. Colourful contrast Vintage Fair Isle pattern in aqua, white and blue. Retro snowflake design fused with intricate zig zag patterns. Fine ribbed crew neck, cuffs and hem. The Fair Isle design is also featured to the sleeves. Pure Mod charm with a hint of Seventies Indie nostalgia - 'Trojan' Knitted Jumper by John Smedley. Made in Great Britain. An Easy Fit Garment.
JOHN SMEDLEY 'TROJAN' MENS RETRO SEVENTIES INDIE FAIR ISLE SNOWFLAKE JUMPER. 'TROJAN' MENS RETRO SEVENTIES INDIE FAIR ISLE SNOWFLAKE JUMPER by JOHN SMEDLEY - Mens midnight fine gauge merino wool Retro crew neck jumper with Seventies Indie Snowflake Fair Isle design. Awesome contrast block panel pattern that is repeated on the sleeves. Ribbed hem and cuffs. Easy fit garment. Classic Mod knitwear - 'Trojan' by John Smedley.
Brand: John Smedley.
Colour: Midnight.
Composition: 100% Merino Extrafine Pure New Wool.
Care: Turn garment inside out and wash on a minimum wool setting. Please refer to full instructions on garment care label.
SKU: 'Trojan' John Smedley Fair Isle Snowflake Jumper. JOHN SMEDLEY 'Trojan' Mens Retro Seventies Indie Snowflake Fair Isle Jumper.
John Smedley easy fit.


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