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Albam elbow patch jumpers

October 5, 2011

Now it’s getting more like Autumn again, a lightweight knit will often come in handy for the cold morning’s and evenings. They’ll keep you warm but at the same time won’t boil you to death like thick lambs wool will if the sun happens to make an appearance.

Luckily Albam have come to the rescue with these fine knit jumpers which look perfect for the task. Made from extra fine 100% Merino wool, these come in a classic fit and should prove ideal for layering over shirts and under jackets during the Autumn months. The lads and I certainly agree that a good light knit should be a staple in every mans wardrobe – you won’t go wrong with one, ever.

Available in a choice of three colourways (navy blue, charcoal grey and oatmeal) all of which would be prefect for Autumn, these crew neck jumpers also feature tonal suede elbow patches and ribbed hem and cuffs and all are beautifully crafted in Portugal.

These are available now, so to get yourself one via their online shop, or for more information on the brand, go to the website here: Albam.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. October 6, 2011 8:51 am

    Lovely staples there and the quality WILL be bang on – one minior quibble from me – are the patches a little small and neither one thing or another???

    • October 10, 2011 7:42 am

      They do look a bit on the small side to be honest, but I think the perfect elbow patch is a tricky one to achieve. I think I’d rather have them smaller than larger but I know what you mean.

  2. October 7, 2011 5:30 pm

    i found a dark green fine merino knit with grey suede elbow patches in tkmaxx t’other day. should come in handy

    • October 14, 2011 9:18 am

      @ DW – I could not see you in this anyway – do you own any albam?

      @ mat – why don’t you join the greenwich barber and show us your TK Maxx purchase in the TK Maxx thread? I would like to see it.

  3. October 9, 2011 10:29 am

    @ TGB – They (the patches) look to low down the sleeve to be on the actual elbow IMO.

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