This isn’t just any old cloth. This is an Indigo Union cloth: a premium fabric made up of two different (and equally fine) fibres.

Fruits of the loom: the 1956 Dobcross loom retrieved from a derelict mill in North Wales used to weave our exclusive fabric.

Fruits of the loom: the 1956 Dobcross loom retrieved from a derelict mill in North Wales used to weave our exclusive fabric.

The science bit? The yarns are passed in and out of different vats of dye (aka rope dyed) to achieve their brilliant blue colour.

The science bit? The yarns are passed in and out of different vats of dye (aka rope dyed) to achieve their brilliant blue colour.

Indigo Wool Cotton Slim Jacket

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