Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater
Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater
Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater
Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater
Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater
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Christmas Things: A Stranger Holiday Sweater

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  • Regular price $65.00

    These sweaters are unisex, but come in men's sizes. Please refer to our Size guide for accurate guidelines and measurements.

    Let’s face it: it’s the end of 2019, and we’re all a little tired of our day-to-day mundanity. One way to escape it, even just for a moment? Our Stranger Christmas sweater, designed to drag your festive celebrations into the Upside Down and spit them back out again. It’s been rated a huge Eleven out of ten by the residents of Hawkins, Indiana – and who’s to argue with them?

    Red knit with cream, grey, black and red detail. Themed design that includes ‘Stranger Christmas’ copy and outline of characters on front and back. Accompanied by Upside Down detail.

    LIMITED EDITION - 500 MADE TO DATE

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    Designed, produced and distributed domestically to ensure all knits are made in fair and ethical conditions while keeping carbon emissions low. Find out more about our sustainability pledge here

    • Designed in London
    • 100% acrylic
    • Machine washable
    • Ribbed and elasticated neck, cuffs and hems
    • Does not discolour, itch or deform
    • Regular fit
    • Loosely woven and breathable (room to grow over the festive season)

      To produce one of these Stranger Christmas jumpers is time-consuming, highly specialised and technically intricate work. Using the latest hi-tech knitting machines, it takes 45 minutes to weave the front and back sections. The sleeves are cut by hand and the collar is attached by carefully feeding each jumper into a separate machine – all of which is done by hand, by experts