Wool Pullover from Of The Oceans
Wool Pullover from Of The Oceans
Wool Pullover from Of The Oceans
Wool Pullover from Of The Oceans
Wool Pullover from Of The Oceans

Wool Pullover


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  • MIL
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  • FAT Fair Trade
  • SUPLC Good Cause
  • MIL Eco-Friendly

Short description

When the weather turns cold and it’s time to reach for a jumper, you don’t just want something that fits, you want one that is comfy to wear all day. One that is soft to the touch and keeps you warm, but not hot.

Thanks to its unique makeup, we’re confident that this is the jumper you’ll reach for, day after day.

Whilst the jumper is made from one layer of finely woven fabric, the outer face is 100% wool, and the inner face is a blend of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton. The excellent thermal properties of hemp help to keep you at the optimum temperature and the softness of the wool and organic cotton make this beautiful to wear.

The metal zip ensures, as with all our products, that there is no plastic involved.

This smart pullover is in a deep grey – almost black.

Not convinced? All our products are covered by free returns. We’ll not only refund the cost of the item, but all shipping costs as well.

Source: Of The Oceans

  • 5% of revenue is donated
  • Plastic free


The clothes industry is a particularly dirty industry – we’re trying to do things in a better way!

None of our clothes contain polyester, nylon, or any other unsustainable man-made fibres, ensuring that micro plastics don’t end up in the sea. But that’s just the start. Below is a list of credentials that this product adheres to:

The “Organic Content Standard – Blended” (OCS) certifies that part of the material used in this fabric is organic. In this case 45% of the fabric inner is cotton (14% overall) and is certified as organic. But what about the 55% hemp (18% overall)? Well, naturally, hemp doesn’t require any pesticides or other polluting chemicals. As such, the addition of costly chemicals is not something that would benefit the farmer and therefore the certification process is unnecessary. Click the OCS logo below to find out more about their certification process, or visit our blog to see why we think hemp is the wonder fabric we need.

Fair Wear Standard

The Fair Wear Foundation is a non-profit organisation with the mission to “see a world where the garment industry supports workers in realising their rights to safe, dignified, properly paid employment”. The manufacturer of this product is certified to the Fair Wear standard. Click on the Fair Wear logo below for more detailed information.

"I first went to sea when I was a young child. My heart never left" - Scott Roberts, founder of Of the Oceans.

Eco-friendly: Of the Oceans is, you guessed it, committed to healthy oceans. The brand is plastic-free and uses materials such as hemp, GOTS-certified organic cotton, bamboo and wool.

The fabrics are dyed in a zero-discharge dyehouse, where all the water is recycled in a closed-loop system.

Fair production: The clothes are made in factories that have either been assessed as a leader by the Fair Wear Foundation or that carry a Fairtrade certificate.

Good cause: 5% of every purchase is donated to marine conservation charities.

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