Cashmere that's perfect for late summer and early fall. This cashmere and cotton blend yarn from Scotland’s master spinners Todd & Duncan will make you a believer. Adding long-staple Egyptian cotton to their cashmere gives this short-sleeved polo a cool touch while maintaining a super soft texture. Its adaptable design gets dressed up under a blazer, looks sharp on the golf course or on evenings out, and even elevates worn-in jeans and casual shoes.
The Malcolm tops the typical polo in other ways, too. The sleeves are slightly longer, covering most of the upper arm for a more sophisticated look. Longer ribs along the cuffs and hem create a better fit around the body and allow a greater range of movement – because a shirt this versatile is sure to get a lot of action.
- Made in Hawick, Scotland
- 64% grade-A Mongolian cashmere and 36% grade-A Egyptian cotton spun by Todd and Duncan in Kinross, Scotland
- 2-ply, 12 gauge knit
- Rib trim neck, cuffs and waist
- Full-fashioned details along the shoulder seam
- Three button closure with beautifully crafted mother of pearl buttons in color smoke
- That little bit of gold, our distinct intarsia, surrounds the top button of the polo
Cameron wears a size medium. He is 6'1 (186 cm) in height.
Todd & Duncan Scottish Cashmere Yarn
Our grade-A cashmere has proved its worth in extreme temperatures by Mongolian goats, whose coats grow back after shearing. Its fibers offer insulating warmth that’s also comfortably breathable with a softness that’s almost a cliche.
From this raw cashmere, our partner Todd and Duncan build on their 150+ years of experience to produce yarn using only the longest (35 millimeter) and finest (15 micron) cashmere strands, resulting in garments that minimize pilling and maintain their softness and shape. They last a lifetime with proper care.
Built by experience for all life’s experiences
Our factory in Hawick, Scotland -- the self-proclaimed “Home of Cashmere” -- has been making fine cashmere garments for over 50 years. Knitters in this town have honed their craft for generations, stretching back to when the first textile factories were established here over 200 years ago.
Using time-tested machines and techniques -- no short-cuts! -- ensures a smooth, clean fit that can withstand the pulling and stretching of everyday life without losing shape.