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Jack: le véritable pull marin éco responsable

Apnée wish list

Need a gift idea for Christmas?
Apnée presents its Jumper Jack , the revisited sailor jumper that will delight your loved ones for Christmas.

But before that, a bit of history on the sailor sweater is in order...
The sailor sweater appeared in the 18th century. Inspired by the uniforms of sailors and Breton fishermen, wishing to differentiate themselves from the others. Designed in tight mesh, it provided protection from the wind and cold. Its one-piece seam made it more comfortable and easy to put on.

saint james sailor sweater

In the 1970s, the sailor sweater became a real fashion item thanks to various designers who appropriated it and propelled it to the forefront, to make it an essential and timeless item in the wardrobe.

At Apnée, our aspirations for the marine world have motivated us to offer you our version of this iconic sweater.
Only planned in blue at the start, a prototype produced by the factory in green prompted us to offer it in these two colors, as the green was so original, bright and classy.
The Apnea detail? The neoprene pocket that allows you to store your phone, your wallet, or just to bring a new style.
We named it the Pull Jack, in homage to French freediver Jacques Mayol.

Merino wool sailor sweater
The + of the sweater: merino wool, 6 times more durable than cotton, thermoregulatory and non-itchy.
And to only have to put your package under the tree, Apnée offers you a nice gift box.

If you are not sure of your choice and want to please without risk, the gift card is there to save you, usable at any time and for the amount of your choice.

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