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Beretta Barrier Sweater

Discovered in London, the Beretta Barrier Sweater That Keeps You Warm in the Wind — Or in Bone-Chilling Damp and Cold. Read More
Item #: LS925
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Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta S.p.A., or simply "Beretta" to James Bond, "Q", and other connoisseurs of quality, is the world's oldest firm, enduring for nearly 500 years of continuous operation! They are, of course, the world's most respected gunmaker, and as I discovered recently in England, makers also of exceptionally fine sportswear. Located on venerable St. James Street, right around the corner from the historic Ritz on Picadilly, Beretta's London salon is one of just six such Galleries worldwide. Invited to spend the weekend shooting clays in chilly Yorkshire, well north of London, I desperately needed suitable clothing both casual yet functional — so I turned to Beretta. The Barrier Sweater comes in a rugged Italian wool weave that puts nature's finest insulator between your body and bone chilling cold. Inside, the Beretta Wind Proof liner — a breathable, quiet, yet remarkably effective membrane — completely blocks cold wind from penetrating. So you stay warm and dry, yet never clammy, as moisture freely escapes. Ribbed knit cuffs and bottom keep drafts out; stand-up collar lined in fleece for comfort. And twill patches on the shoulders are a nod to Beretta's sporting heritage. 1/4-zip. Imported.

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