LFC Signature Mens Pewter Merino V Neck Jumper


LFC Signature Mens Pewter Merino V Neck Jumper

  • British made and hand-finished
  • Merino Wool
  • Spirol yarn
  • V neck
  • Red embroidered LFC Liverbird 
  • Machine washable
  • V neck

From the Liverpool FC Signature Collection this refined and reliable, modern classic is a perfect example of Glenbrae's uncompromising commitment to knitwear, our  lambswool V neck is manufactured seamlessly for supreme comfort, on or off the course..

Our unique high-performance SPIROL® yarn also means it moves as you move, holds its shape beautifully and delivers the ultimate in durability and practicality. The garments in the collection are produced in the UK by knitwear experts Glenbrae, are crafted from Merino Wool and have tonal LFC embroidery to the chest. About Glenbrae Glenbrae are known for producing the finest hand finished 100% British knitwear, and for good reason.

Their garments are a unique blend of style and substance and the technology that goes into crafting each item of knitwear is truly revolutionary. Glenbrae select only the best wool and fibres, apply unsurpassed knowledge, skill and craft and use time-honoured techniques. The result is a product that is not only luxurious, but also practical and beautifully hard wearing.

Behind Glenbrae garments lies SPIROL - a strong, fine technical yarn that is exclusively engineered at our mill here in Huddersfield. SPIROL is the perfect fusion of elasticity and sports performance. So it moves are you move, yet retains it shape and quality, thanks to parallel fibres. With over 2 miles of yarn and more than 42,000 individual stitches, each Glenbrae garment is a true work of art. Yet, it doesn't have to be treated like one. The characteristics of SPIROL mean our garments retain their natural softness for longer, resist pilling, rarely crease and are machine washable.

About Merino Wool Merino is a natural fibre that absorbs far more moisture than synthetic fibres. This allows it to retain up to 35% moisture without feeling uncomfortable. Wool also generates heat as it absorbs moisture, so even if your knitwear becomes damp, you stay warm and feel dry. Merino wool is an excellent insulator that locks in body heat and creates a buffer against the cold. However, when the heat is on, it also lets your body 'breathe' and releases moisture. Merino wool absorbs potentially harmful UV-A and UV-B radiation.