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Polo Flexwool Grey

Zanone Polo Flexwool Grey

Availability: In stock

€329.00
Wool in it's most innovative quality. This polo is made with Zanone Flexwool, a specific garment engineered and manufactured by Zanone exclusively it combines high quality wool fibres with technical innovative advantage. An reliable robust and light quality which has been very appreciated as an all season item became a carry-over in our selection of knitwear. Preferably worn with some Barba sportjackets instead of a shirt and ofcourse a pleasure to combine it with a single pair of Incotex trousers or some denims.

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Available colors: Brown, Grey and Petrol
Material: 95% Wool 5% Polyamide
Fit: Sim fit
Country: Italy
ID: Z0290 Z7284
Store ID: 4685

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€329.00

Knitwear, Polo's and Vests by Zanone

Known for its sartorial construction, innovation and cutting edge manufacturing techniques, knitwear from Zanone stands for top quality garments only! Like Incotex, Zanone is part of the Slowear group. For the past years, the group has been settng the standard for top quality garments!

Innovation is part of their DNA and Zanone is known for setting the trend by creating new fabrics that many are inspired by. The combination of innovation and luxury fabrics which the garments are made from, gaurantee a finished item that will be unique, sophisticated and very nice to wear.

To gaurantee a warm season, we have included the beautfiul Chioto cardigans in blue and grey made from comfortable vergin wool. In addition, we also added longsleeve winterpolo's, made from Flexwool. Those polo's are easy to combine, have a timeless look and will keep you comfortable when the weather allows.

Recommending what to combine your Zanone items is very easy as you can go many ways with this! For the polo, what about a pair of jeans from Jacob Cohën. The cardigan you wear it over your favorite trousers from Germano or Incotex.  

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