Clothing & Accessories / Sweaters / The Cotton Indigo Sweater

The Cotton Indigo Sweater

Bmc 110916 13422 gw mg qfqgaw

Manually knit from 100% indigo dyed cotton using a hand-operated machine.

Notes
Bmc 110916 14086 mg idrr3k

Raglan cut sweater with ribbed collar, cuffs, and waist.

Notes
Bmc 110916 14089 mg rspxtc

Waffle sweater knit. Made in Peru.

Notes
Indigo sweatshirt model bl47bt

Mats is 6'1" and is wearing a medium.

Notes
Questions? Ask our expert.

The Cotton Indigo Sweater

While no closet should have just one naturally dyed sweater, a good place to start is with this 100% cotton number, made entirely in Peru from first fiber to finished piece.

Discover More


Select a size

please select a size
$198
0
  • empty

  • Su: false | St: false | Bk: false

  • Su: true | St: true | Bk: false

  • Su: false | St: false | Bk: false

  • Su: true | St: true | Bk: false

  • Su: false | St: false | Bk: false

  • Su: false | St: false | Bk: false

While no closet should have just one naturally dyed sweater, a good place to start is with this 100% cotton number, made entirely in Peru from first fiber to finished piece.

Story

While no closet should have just one naturally dyed sweater, a good place to start is with this 100% cotton number, made entirely in Peru from first fiber to finished piece. Stained with the inky dye of the indigo plant and manually knit using a hand-operated machine by pioneers in the textile industry, each sweater has a one-of-a-kind feel, ensuring a high quality fit and finish. We took the silhouette of the iconic crewneck and tinkered with the formula – forgoing black for a blue that's deeper in some places and beautifully washed out in others. A nimble layering piece, this raglan pullover offers a welcome contrast to anything you pair it with – be it sun, sleet, or something else altogether.

Specs
  • Indigo dyed-yarn
  • Waffle sweater knit
  • Ribbed collar, cuffs and waist
  • Raglan sleeves
Materials
  • 100% Tangüis cotton
Origin
  • Made in Peru
Care
  • Due to the nature of indigo dye, crocking, or color transfer, is normal. Avoid rubbing against lighter fabrics and wash separately for the first few washes.
  • Recommend folding garment for storage
  • Machine wash cold
  • Tumble dry low
In The Field
Cotton Indigo Sweater

Garzón, Uruguay. Spring, 2017. Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg.