The TANK - Lait

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Made in the British IslesMade in the British Isles
Free UK ReturnsFree UK Returns
100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool
Hand-linked and hand-finishedHand-linked and hand-finished
The TANK - the chic layering essential for the cooler and transitional seasons, in Lait. Our sleeveless silhouette, has a classic crew neck shape and just the right amount of slouch. Knitted in Scotland by one of the world's finest knitters, this is such an easy piece to wear. Made with 100% Scottish-spun wool, certified by the Responsible Wool Standard.  

We recommend airing as the best way to look after your knit. That's why we started a club. A Wash Less, Air More Club. We'd love you to join us.

Our knitwear comes with its own linen bag and is shipped in boxes made from post-consumer waste in the UK.

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The chic way to layer

Knitted in Scotland in a versatile mid, 5gg weight, our TANK is that perfect layering piece for cool days. 

Available in our beautiful shade of Lait, a neutral hue, inspired by the colour of my Grandfather's favourite knit. This knitwear classic looks great over white t-shirts, or your favourite shirt. 

100% luxurious, Scottish-spun traceable wool

Made from 100% Superfine Lamb's Wool that is sourced from a special breed of sheep in South Africa. With a fibre diameter of c. 18.5 microns, it is one of the world's finest and softest Lambs Wools. (Most average 21-24 microns). 

The wool arrives in Scotland by boat where it is spun and dyed on the banks of Loch Leven in Kinross by Todd & Duncan, one of the finest Scottish Mills which has been spinning yarn for 150+ years. 

85% of the dyes used by Todd & Duncan are organic and the water used for washing and dyeing the wool is cleaned and purified before being returned to Loch Leven to be used again. It is a pioneering and cyclical process that helps to protect the environment in and around the loch. 

The yarn is then sent to Hawick in Scotland where our team knit and hand-finish each tank. Due to the fully-fashioned knitting technique we employ and as we produce in small batches, there is very little yarn wastage. 

The tanks are finished with organic cotton care labels and sealed in linen bags.