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Just received my new Souwest Chunkie sweater

Discussion in 'Clothing' started by wisconsinwalter, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. wisconsinwalter

    wisconsinwalter Supporter Supporter

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    First off, what a great company! Awesome communication through out! I sent my size in and received my hand knitted fishermans sweater in 2 weeks

    Because I am a Xxl, my cost including shipping from England was 39 euros. Which is 51.78. Can't by one this well made for less than that.

    I found them on a review from bush UK and checked out the site and liked what I saw. Then contacted a couple of guys I knew who had one from the UK and liked what I heard

    The best thing was Peter (the owner) did was made sure I was satisfied before he asked for payment. So I didn't pay until I was happy after trying on the fit.

    I can recommend this vendor if you want a hand knitted thick wool sweater to use on cold days, SouWest Chunkies is the way to go

    http://freespace.virgin.net/peter.marrow1/
     
  2. Bluegill

    Bluegill Scout Bushclass I

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    That site is really cool. I am thinking of getting one next year. Does it look like it would be good for walking through trails, or might it get hung up on prickers and branches?
     
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    excellent, thanks. i'm a sucker for silk and wool
     
  4. HardBall

    HardBall Basket of Deplorable Bushclass I

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    Thanks for turning me on to this...very cool!
     
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    Thanks for the link. Do you mind letting us know how you like it after putting some miles on it?

    -Farm.
     
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    Thanks for the link!
     
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    Wow, those are nice! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I love mine which I got last year, glad you like yours as well! I agree they are a great little business, can't beat the service and prices for a fine product.
     
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    now...you have to model it for us...out in the cold :dblthumb:
     

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