I’m flying to St Andrews in Scotland over the new year to play some golf and then driving down to Surrey to shoot some
flying plates clay pigeons with an old shotgun, with this trip in mind I’ve been scouring the web for suitable cold weather attire that will keep me warm but not leave me looking like an excitable Korean tourist in Switzerland.
I picked up one of these 100% merino wool scarves last week from Everlane, it comes from a 200 year old weaving house in Hawick, Scotland and measures 20″ wide by 80″ long. It only costs $65 and it has the look and feel of something that’ll last a very long while.
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