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Choose the Breton Stripe Sweater for yearlong, lasting comfort.

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Choose the Breton Stripe Sweater for yearlong, lasting comfort.
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Originally introduced by the French Navy, the Breton Stripe is a common spring-summer motif, often found on tee shirts, blankets and umbrellas. 

The Cotton Breton Stripe Sweater features a smooth jersey stitch body and a pronounced, ribbed collar. 

This sweater's natural fiber body, knit from 100% Cotton, allows it to both insulate and breath  through all four seasons.

Compared to our Shaker Stitch Knits, this is a lighter-weight sweater -  with a slimmer fit, too. 

Originally introduced by the French Navy, the Breton Stripe is a common spring-summer motif, often found on tee shirts, blankets and umbrellas. The Cotton Breton Stripe Sweater features a smooth jersey stitch body and a pronounced, ribbed collar. 

This sweater's natural fiber body (100% Cotton) allows it to both breathe and insulate through all four seasons. Compared to our Shaker Stitch Knits, this is a lighter-weight sweater -  with a slimmer fit, too. 

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American Trench

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Ardmore, PA

19003 / United States

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http://www.americantrench.com

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