Kytel is a Cumbrian word for work jacket. Our loose-fitting ktyel is made from our own fawn coloured Castle Blue tweed or James Rebanks’ grey Herdwick tweed. The fit allows really free moment of your arms and is so comfortable to wear. The jacket feels light but is really cosy. The style particularly suits women who are quite broad-shouldered, like our model Zoe. The jacket is short, again to allow really free movement of the hips and legs and the sleeves are also quite short so they don’t need to be constantly pushed up while working in the jacket. For the XL size, we made the sleeves slightly longer for taller women.
The jackets are made in the UK in small batches so we only hold a minimum amount of stock. This means it could take up to three weeks for your jacket to arrive once ordered.
The wool is washed and spun in Huddersfield. The tweed is made at Woven in the Bone in Scotland, and the jackets are made by Fabrika in London. The buttons are made from cow horn and are handmade by a local Cumbrian craftsperson, Peter Hodgson.
Made from 100% wool, lined with 100% cotton and the buttons being horn means the jackets are completely compostable!
Small – ladies uk 6-8
Medium – ladies uk 10-12
Large – ladies uk 14-16
XLarge – ladies uk 16-18 (slightly longer in the arms for taller women)