Men's Cashmere Sweaters
The finest quality cashmere can trace its origins to the soft, fleece-like undercoat of the Kashmir goat, which is indigenous to Mongolia in northeastern Asia. This soft inner coat is nearly pure white in color, exceptionally soft, and exceedingly warm. The resulting fiber is sorted, graded, dyed, and spun by the master spinners at Z. Hinchliffe & Sons, located in the English countryside. From there, the craft of sweater making can begin and the results are our collection of men's Scottish cashmere sweaters, from the city of Hawick in the Scottish Borders. We produce both our own collection and offer a selection of Johnstons of Elgin men's cashmere sweaters and jumpers.