Summit is woven from an extremely ultra-ultra fine fibre. The wool is consistent along its length and deserves nothing but the finest treatment. To maintain its natural qualities, it was an obvious choice not to blend the wool with other luxury fibres. High strength, incomparable lustre and natural comfort.
To preserve its natural qualities, the wool has been meticulously processed using traditional artisan methods in Scabal’s own mill in Huddersfield, England.
Scabal was the first to launch a Super 150’s, 180’s and 200’s. Scabal took it one step further with Summit, a cloth produced with a technical tour de force that previously did not seem possible. The ultimate choice for the connoisseur!
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