Lambswool sweater
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Lambswool sweater
Lambswool sweater
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This lambswool sweater is knit using heavy-gauge yarns. What does that mean? Thicker-than-normal yarns equal a superwarm, textured look.

  • Lambswool.
  • Dry clean.
  • Import.
Size & Fit Details

Lambswool sweater

Lambswool sweater is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works for me, but isn't as described. "Superwarm," "thicker-than-normal," "textured," "heavy-gauge"—uh, no. This sweater is far thinner than I expected based on the description, and based on the thickness of an older J. Crew lambswool sweater I own. It isn't "textured," unless that means that it has a slightly heathered look. As a result, this sweater looks dressier than I expected; I wear it over button-downs, or on its own under a blazer, to work. (For reference, I'm a slim, 5'7", small-chested woman with longish arms and broad shoulders, and I often prefer men's sweaters—their sleeves are long enough and shoulders broad enough, and they have a better drape. This one fits well in an XS.)
Date published: 2016-01-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Smaller and scratchier than years past I have bought my husband 1 or 2 of these sweaters every year for the past several years (in navy, teal, and brown). I ordered "Heather Evergreen" in size Small, his usual size, this year, and thought there must have been a mistake when I pulled it out of the package, because it looks like something I could wear. I compared it to a navy lambswool sweater from a couple years ago, and the sleeves on the new size Small are at least 1 inch shorter. The sweater is also slightly narrower and shorter. And to top if off, the wool feel scratchier than it used to. I realize wool feels softer after wear, but this definitely is rougher than it used to be. I will re-order in the size medium because my husband is a creature of habit, but keep in mind the differences in size and quality if you are a long-time fan of this style.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Agree with previous reviews I still own a Jcrew sweater I bought 5 years ago, was an excellent purchase that I've worn hundreds of times since. Sadly, as other reviews have stated, I notice that the newer versions of the sweater use much thinner, scratchier wool. I've returned mine. Very disappointed that the quality of the product has dropped so seriously.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not like the old J. Crew I have bought many mens' sweaters from J. Crew but it's been awhile. In the past I appreciated the quality of the wool and vibrancy of the colors. I bought several of these sweaters for gifts this year and was disappointed in them. Fit is fine, but the wool feels thin and skimpy, not luscious or cozy. The quality of clothing in the US just keeps deteriorating and J. Crew is no exception. Sad.
Date published: 2016-01-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Less than expected The sweater has a nice fit for someone like me, who has an athletic build at 5'9" and 185 lbs. A size large offers enough room in the chest, shoulders, and arms while not being baggy or boxy, whereas the actual slim fit was too tight for someone like me. The colors are also nice. Where the sweater falls short is in the quality. While the sweater is described as a heavy gauge knit, it is paper thin for a lambswool sweater, and noticeably thinner than JCrew lambswool sweaters offered in the past, yet the price keeps climbing. The wool is also very stiff and scratchy. My JCrew sweaters from just 3 or 4 years ago are significantly better made, with thicker and softer yarn. This sweater was disappointing, and I returned mine for a competitor's offering.
Date published: 2015-12-20
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