Abraham Moon is one of Great Britain's last remaining vertical woollen mills. This means they are among a select few who continue to complete all processes on one site.
They have been weaving tweeds, flannels and military gaberdines since 1837 and their heritage collection spans everything from an authentic RAF Blue through to Infantry Red and Hunting Pink (actually a scarlet).
The selection is an overwhelming archive of cloth that is really the backbone of modern men's apparel as we know it.
We have just received our latest cloth books from Abraham Moon with a selection available through our made-to-measure program.
You can read about all the various qualities by visiting their site here:
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