Winona Camo Elite Cardigan Jacket with full Zipper Front, 1 x 1 Rib trims, and inside hand warmer pockets with slash rib front opening.
- Select color lining, black or natural sherpa which is in the bodies. The sleeves are not lined.
- Zipper Front Full length Front Zipper that extends into the Crew Neck or Shirt Style Collar. Wear it as a shirt collar or zip it all the way up to keep that neck snug and warm!
- Set -In Cap Sleeves,
- Choose Crew Rib neck or Shirt Style Collar
- Special Order Your Size: Available Sizes: Xsmall through 3xlarge
- Choose between different Color Combinations or contact us if you want to create your own camo color way from our available yarn colors
- REMEMBER THIS PHOTO HAS COLORS FROM THE 80'S, THE CAMEL (COLOR 1) THAT IS AVAILABLE TODAY IS LIGHTER ~ CHECK THE LINK TO THE CAMO SWATCHES AND OUR YARN CHART FOR ACCURATE COLOR AVAILABILITY.
- Choose your Rib trim color using any of the 3 colors within your Camo Color way. 1 x 1 Rib Trims with lycra at Cuffs
- Fiber: 66% Acrylic / 34% Merino Wool (Elite)
- This is a heavier weight cardi Camo jacket then our acrylic blend (Classic)
- Hand Loomed for Quality Workmanship and Personal Care
- Machine Wash Cold Water/Gentle you can dry low heat in the dryer for about 10 minutes, so it is still damp, then lay flat to dry.
- Double Bed Jacquard Fabric (no yarn floats on the inside of garment).
- Make Your Selections Below Under Options
Click Here is see a detailed article showing closeup photos of this Winona Reconstructed Knit Camo Jacket, including neckline, pocket, and construction details, along with photos on different models so you can see the fit.
The style is graded to fit like the original Winona knit camo jacket originated by Bob Frazke of the 1980's. It is an Fitted Style Jacket with a built in Ease factor of 6" larger than your chest measurement. See our SIZING TIPS BELOW for more information.
Each sweater is individually hand loomed and assembled. It is NOT a mass produced item.
We offer this sweater under 'special order' so that you can select your size and color way to meet your hunting surroundings! or if it is just a 'style statement' for you to wear for casual wear.
Please allow two weeks to have this sweater especially knit for you. We will email you with an estimate of the shipping date or you can contact us if you have special needs. Remember it is first come first serve, and we get very busy starting in Sept. so please get your order in before then.
The Camo Cardi Jacket in the photo is pictured with Bob Fratzke wearing his jacket and the insert is to show the size of the Winona Camo Pattern pattern. Check out the article mentioned above to see details - but remember the article shows the retired smaller camo pattern. All features and constructon are accurate.
there are 3 choices for the Rib Trim color for each colorway:Color 1 is the first color listed in the camo color way camel in this insert photo, Color 2 is the 2nd color listed in our Camo color way - the smaller Shadow color: Black in our insert photo, or Color 3: the third color listed in each Camo color way, bark brown in our insert photo. The image is shown with Color 1 Camel rib trim in the E Camo color way.
Click Here is see a picture showing Color E Camo Color way, with the rib trim in the 3 different color choices for this Color Way. Notice how the rib trim color effects the overall look of a jacket. This picture is of another style jacket, but you can see how different rib colors affect the overall appearance.
Click Here to see a View of some of the available three color Pattern choices in our yarn chart with the color names, note Q is not pictured, also note that it says merino / acrylic blend, but it is also offered in acylic.
We get requests from our clients to have Camouflage Styles added to our line to meet different hunting or fashion needs. This style is another one of those requests. Thank you to Grainger for bringing in his original Winona Camo Jacket of the 1980's for our article, and much appreciation to Bob Fratzke for sending in samples of the Winona Camo garments and accessories that he originated so "I could get it right".
The following chart shows the finished measurements of the standard sizes.
The sleeve measurement is taken from Center Back, down the shoulder and with arm slightly bent, to the wrist.
If you wish to have the body or sleeve length changed for your size, please state your desired body and sleeve length under comments when you place your order.
We try to complete these Custom Orders within two weeks, if there is a waiting line, we will email you with an estimate of time.
|Size||To Fit Chest Sizes:||Finished Chest||Finished Length||Finished Sleeve Length|
TIPS FOR SELECTING SIZE
- Measure Chest at fullest Part
- Different Styles of Knit Garments have different ease factors. Therefore, I put the different sizing charts within each product description instead of using a 'generic sizing chart' under the general information.
- This is Fitted Style because it is a Sweater Jacket: Notice that the finished chest measurement is 6" to 4" larger than the "to fit size" chest size - your actual chest measurement. I would recommend that you have 6" bigger than your measurement. If you are going to layer and have garments under this jacket - GO TO A BIGGER SIZE
- If you like a looser Style: choose a size larger.
- Some Jackets by other designers, have as large of an "Ease Factor of 11" - 13". This is because it is lined or made from fabric, which does not 'give' or stretch like a knit. If you have special requirements contact us through customer service for your special considerations.
- If you are unsure of what size you want, measure a knit sweater style garment that you own that has a similar body shape and sweater weight and use that as your finished measurement guide.
- The Grading of this Winona Reconstructed Jacket is based on the fitted look of the original Winona Jacket.
If you have any questions, please email me at customer service/contact us.
Copyright and Licensing Acknowledgements
"All Winona Camo© items by The Knit Tree are produced under license derived from Copyrights originated by Bob Fratzke."