Handwoven 100% Pure Scottish Wool
Traditionally associated with sporting clothes, Harris Tweed can now be seen shaped into anything from suits, jackets and coats for men and women in both town and country styles to dresses, blousons, hats, luggage, furnishings and even slippers.
The tweed is available in three weights – standard, light and bantam/feather – which gives Harris Tweed tremendous versatility. This versatility, combined with quality and color sense, has made it a favorite choice for top designers in Rome, Paris, London and New York for many years, and new colors and designs are created for the fashion market each year.
Regular sizes $425
Big and Tall $475
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The History of Harris Tweed
Harris Tweed must be made from 100 per cent pure virgin wool produced in Scotland, dyed, spun and finished in the Outer Hebrides and hand woven by the islanders at their own homes “in the islands of Lewis, Harris, Uist, Barra and their several purtenances.”
The ORB stamp is the mark of authenticity and the label confirms it.
After the fabric is woven, the Harris Tweed is then presented to the Harris Tweed Association’s inspectors, and if all the necessary regulations have been complied with, it is stamped with the Certification Mark – or ORB MARK – as it is known throughout the world.