Magee Tweed

Tweed from Donegal, Ireland

What is Magee Tweed?

Magee 1866 stands for the connection of Irish tradition with modern design. Magee has lived up to the claim of sustainability for 150 years: Magee has always been working with renewable energy sources and biodegradable materials. These are sustainable just because of their very long durability.

Magee is particularly well known for its bright and colorful tweed fabrics. These include not only heavy, traditional fabrics, but also modern and luxurious textures. Thereby, with these fabric can be produced elegant high-quality coats, as well as trendy jackets, waistcoats and accessoires.

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A Guide to Tweed

John Crocket stands for suits, jackets, waistcoats, caps and bow ties made of exclusive Tweed from the best Scottish and Irish mills. But what makes Tweed so special and how is Tweed made?
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Lovat Tweed keeps always warm and is weather resistant. Its colour shades remember the Scottish landscapes.
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Harris Tweed is particularly resistant, gleams with unique colours and can be easily combined with different fabrics.
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Harris Tweed Mill

Magee Tweed persuades with its particular robustness and eith the heavy fabric from the traditional County Donegal in Ireland.
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Magee Tweed Mill

Moon Tweed provides with its the luxurious feel for the comfort factor and keeps you always warm even by cold temperatures.
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Moon Tweed Mill

John Hanly works exclusively with natural fibers and sets high value on sustainable and ethical production.
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John Hanly Tweed Mill

Marling & Evans underlines the distinctive and special nature of its Tweed fabrics. Spinning, weaving and refining are based in the English Huddersfield.
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