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Sleeveless Cardigan or Woolen Vest

Mat

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Odd question I understand........

What do you get when you cross a kangaroo with a sheep? A wooly jumper.... However, it doesn't get you a sleeveless cardigan. Australia seems void of such valid items of clothing. Wondering if anyone can point me to a store in England or online that they can vouch for. And... what the heck is it called.... Buttons down the front, wool, with no sleeves......

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Vetinari

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Just asked expert (wife). She said , waist coat, body warmer, jerkin, gilet. Or if no luck there, knit a cardigan but dont do the sleeves.
 

Dave Dunn

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Well what the cricketers wear is known as a woollen vest, and I got plenty of hits searching for that. (I'm in Australia.)
Way too many places in Australia that sell them to list, but I see Sportscraft have an ad, they are likely to be found in a shopping mall, I'd try Rivers too.
 

rhysonsax

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Well what the cricketers wear is known as a woollen vest, and I got plenty of hits searching for that. (I'm in Australia.)
Way too many places in Australia that sell them to list, but I see Sportscraft have an ad, they are likely to be found in a shopping mall, I'd try Rivers too.

Buttons down the front ? Aussie cricketers are even more stylish than I thought.

Rhys
 

Dave Dunn

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Buttons down the front ? Aussie cricketers are even more stylish than I thought.

Rhys
No, the cricketers wear the same as the English cricketers, no buttons, but still called a woollen vest (or Woolen, there's both spellings in the results).
It seemed to me that the OP is trying to find a vest in Australia, but more so wondering what to call it, so I googled, there's lots of results, both with and without buttons, so it really shouldn't be hard at all. There's also lots of wool mill outlets selling them too for that "homemade" quality.
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