S.N.S. Herning has been in the fisherman sweater biz since 1930 — long before workwear and Deadliest Catch inspired a new era of blue-collar cool. Founder Søren Nielsen Skyt’s “bubble”-knit construction provided extra warmth and durability for life on the sea, and today the company still follows the same techniques in its Herning, Denmark facility. Ending your wardrobe’s cable-knit monopoly with this 74% ELS cotton, 24% Merino woolTrope sweater could mean finally hooking mermaids instead of cold fish.
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