The Joe McCoy MOHAIR V-NECK SWEATER takes its cue from the menswear trends of the 1960s, but it truly gained prominence in the 1990s during the grunge movement.

Mohair, derived from the Angora goat, is known for its durability, natural elasticity, and flame resistance. However, many vintage Mohair sweaters were actually blends of nylon and polyester, with only a touch of mohair yarn for cost efficiency. The MOHAIR V-NECK SWEATER on the other hand, showcases natural mohair fibers mixed with regular wool, creating a more authentic and robust product. Though slightly thinner due to its standard knitting, as opposed to the double-layering technique used in the JM MOHAIR CARDIGAN, this sweater maintains its quality through hand-raising each garment with roller machines.

  • 80% Mohair, 20% Wool
  • Made in Japan