Knowledge Cotton Apparel Bobble Knit Jumper

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  • Tencel/Cotton/Linen Blend (70% Tencel, 25% Organic Cotton, 5% Linen)

  • Regular Fit
    Crew Neck
    Ribbed Hem and Cuffs

  • Vegan

  • Made in Turkey
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  • UK: free delivery 3-5 working days
    Europe: £5 delivery 5-8 working days
    Rest of world: £15 delivery 8-20 working days

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Brothers notes: A soft and light bobble knit with a crew-neck, ribbed hem and cuffs. The knit is a mixture of tencel, organic cotton and linen.

Danish menswear brand KCA use cutting edge technologies to create organic garments that never compromise comfort nor quality! 

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Knowledge Cotton Apparel Bobble Knit Jumper
strong points
  • Sustaianble Fabrics
  • Suppliers are long term partners
  • Exceptional quality (made to last) 
areas for development

GOTS living wage policy currently only requires that national legal standards are met. We’d love to see KCA collaborate with an organisation like the Fair Wear Foundation to advance the complex topic of a real living wage for garment workers. 


Tencel: Lenzing Lycocell Tencel 

Linen: Grown in Belgium

Organic Cotton: Grown in Turkey (GOTS certified)

Yarn: Spun in Turkey (GOTS certified)

Jumper: Knitted in Turkey (GOTS certified)

Certifications: This knit is GOTS certified by Ecocert Greelife, Lic.No. 151833

worker conditions

KCA have worked with their Turkish manufacturing partners since the brand was founded in 2008 and visit them on a regular basis. 

The knit is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified. All stages of production from fibre growers to processors and manufacturers are audited and must have systems in place to ensure social criteria based on the key norms of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are met.

environmental impact

TENCEL® is a branded lyocell fiber made by dissolving the pulp of trees in a non-toxic organic solvent. The solution is extruded through fine holes to produce fiber and the solvent is recycled in a closed-loop process – more than 99% of the solvent is recovered and reused. 
The TENCEL® manufacturing process was given the “European Award for the Environment” by the EU due to its very low emissions during production. Other benefits of TENCEL include the tracable and sustainable origin of the wood pulp. These factors make TENCEL a more sustainable choice than other regenerated cellulose fibers such as viscose rayon. 

Compared to cotton, flax (from which linen fibres are derived) can be grown with less input, without the use of pesticides and on smaller areas of land. Flax production also replenishes the soil with vital nutrients that are depleted by cotton.

Organic cotton protects the environment and also farmers who may suffer ill health when coming into contact with the intensive fertilisers and pesticides used in conventional cotton production. 

This knit is made to last! Making a product that will stand the test of time is a hugely important aspect of sustainable design. 

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