The traditional Fairisle design knitwear was widely popularised in the 1920s when Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales, wore Fairisle when playing golf.
The entire garment is knitted in the Shetland Islands, where the wool is spun and knitted by the locals. The natural wool regulates your body temperature by drawing moisture away to let your skin breathe.
The grey vest is made from natural undyed Shetland wool. There are around 11 natural colours of Shetland wool. The grey, browns and dark colours in this vest are all from the 11 natural colours.
* To measure your chest size lay a garment that fits you flat on a table and measure it armpit to armpit