Harris Tweed

Fabrics by Harris Tweed are still woven by hand from the wool of Scottish sheep that graze in the Outer Hebrides. They are dyed using pigments obtained exclusively from local plants. These wools are exceptionally strong and slightly coarse in texture. The Harris Tweed brand is a Scottish national treasure and its symbol was protected by an act of parliament in 1993. Jackets made of Tweed have excellent insulating properties. They go especially well with jeans, corduroys and chinos. We invite you to take a look at a selection of models of these exceptional jackets.