Colour block, Navy/Ecru scarf.
Made in Scotland with 100% British wool.
Double sided triangle design inspired by Marine Semaphore Signalling flags.
All scarfs come with an N.S.C branded cotton drawstring bag.
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Available in one size.
24cm x 156cm
N.S.C. products are designed to last for years, when cared for correctly.
In the first instance, we recommend airing your knitwear outside. Remove small stains with a cloth and cool water. Piling can be removed with a wool shaver. When a wash is necessary we suggest hand washing.
Mix a wool specific detergent with lukewarm water and swirl the garment delicately in the water. To dry, lay the garment on a flat surface and gently squeeze excess water from the wool with a towel. Do not twist or wring out a jumper. Stretch it gently to the correct size and shape before letting it air-dry laid flat. Softener can be added just before the final rinse if desired.
Although not recommended, if a machine wash is necessary, knitwear can be washed using a wool specific detergent on a cold wool cycle with a low spin. Never tumble dry.
North Sea clothing offers an extensive range of sizes providing you with the most comfortable fit. Our sizing is your chest size in inches. If you are unsure of your N.S.C size, take a measurement around your chest at your underarm in inches with a soft tape measure. Our clothing fits true to size, if you prefer a loose fit, we suggest you order a size up. Refer to the size guides below for further measurements.
Knitwear sizing is equal to the chest measurement of the garment, underarm to underarm x2 in inches.
Outerwear is sized to allow room for ease of wear. We recommend ordering the size labelled as your chest size.
We recommend comparing the measurements below to a pair of well fitting trousers you already own to ensure you order the best fit.
Our Marine Type 2 shoe is a standard to wide fit.
The chest measurement is taken from armpit to armpit on a flat surface. Length is taken from highest shoulder point to hem and sleeve is from highest shoulder point to cuff.