A timeless style elevated with subtle design details and artisanal finishes. The Felted Wrap Coat is handmade by artisans at our workshop in Peru from start to finish. A weighty, felted blend of alpaca and merino wool keep the cool air out while providing resiliency against stretch. A generous armhole, straight sleeve and adjustable overlap closure offers ease of layering. Malleable yet structured, the felted yarn provides a tailored appeal without compromising comfort.
- Ethically made in Lima, Peru.
- 60% Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, 10% Polyamide.
- Hand loomed.
- Felted, structural finish.
- Classic silhouette.
- Straight, full length sleeve.
- Roll detail on hem.
- Dropped shoulder.
- Exposed seam detail on shoulder and side seams.
- Large, slash pockets.
- Belted closure.
- Fit classification: Relaxed.
- Offered in two sizes XS/S and M/L.
- Wrap closure provides flexible sizing.
- We recommend taking your usual size.
- Refer to Bare Natural's Sizing Page for more information.
- Rebecca is wearing the XS/S.
- Rebecca typically wears a US size 6.
- Rebecca is 5'7 with a 35" chest, 28" waist and 38" hip.
Bare Knitwear was born from a desire to create luxurious, heirloom knitwear while preserving traditional craft and supporting artisan communities.
The brand’s first collection was hand knit in 2012, from a small studio on the West Coast of Canada. The search for honest, small-scale production, sustainable fibres, and artisan craftsmanship pointed to the beautiful, rugged landscape of the Peruvian Andes. In 2014, after weeks spent working with artisans in remote regions, Bare Knitwear products found their home in Ayacucho, Peru. From a hostel room high in the Andes, the first order was written, forging a new journey.
Today, Bare Knitwear continues to collaborate with small producers and artisan groups throughout Peru for the development of their signature alpaca, wool, and pima cotton collections. Proud of the personal relationships the brand has developed with their partners, each Bare Knitwear design is brought to life through a collaborative development process merging heritage artisanship with modern design.