Saint James classic breton jumper in 100% wool, featuring a close fit, long sleeves and crew neck in navy and medoc red. The Binic II breton jumper has a four button placket along the left shoulder. The jumper is often worn with two of the buttons undone. The Binic II is an authentic breton sweater made in France the same way as those originally worn by Breton merchants, fishermen and sailors.
Saint James Clothing was born in 1889 in the town of its namesake, located a few miles from the sea, and close to Mont Saint-Michel in Southern Normandy. The Saint James story began when the Legallais family started to spin and dye the local wool and sell the skeins and wool balls to the shops of Brittany and Normandy, later spinning the wool into shirts for the fishermen. Leon Legallais, the then mayor or Saint-James transformed this workshop into a large industry and in 1929 the company went public.