Rapi-noe Year: Equal Pay Knitted Christmas Jumper
Rapi-noe Year: Equal Pay Knitted Christmas Jumper
Rapi-noe Year: Equal Pay Knitted Christmas Jumper
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Rapi-noe Year: Equal Pay Knitted Christmas Jumper

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  • Regular price £39.99

    These knits are unisex, but come in men's sizes. Refer to our size guide and check our tagged photos on instagram to see how they look on our customers!

    In 2019 the women’s game continued its charge forwards: exhilarating games, record attendances, increased publicity and – crucially – a figurehead for the movement. From equal pay to Donald Trump, the USWNT captain has been both visual and vocal – and that’s before we even talk about her historic World Cup and Balon D’or double. So have a merry Christmas and a Rapinoe year with this knit. 

    White sweater with red, blue and gold detail. ‘Merry Xmas and a Rapi-Noe year’ on front, accompanying face and body detail. Back includes golden boot trophy detail and ‘All I want for Xmas is equal pay’ copy. Accompanied by dollar sign, trophy, soccer ball and USA badge motif.





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    Designed, produced and distributed domestically to ensure all knits are made in fair and ethical conditions while keeping carbon emissions low. Find out more about our sustainability pledge here

    • Designed in London. Manufactured in New York & New Jersey
    • 100% acrylic
    • Machine washable
    • Ribbed and elasticated neck, cuffs and hems
    • Does not discolour, itch or deform
    • Regular fit
    • Loosely woven and breathable (room to grow over the festive season)
    • Looking for kids sizes? Go for sizes from XS-M (check our size guide)

      To produce one of these Rapi-noe year Christmas jumpers is time-consuming, highly specialised and technically intricate work. Using the latest hi-tech knitting machines, it takes 45 minutes to weave the front and back sections. The sleeves are cut by hand and the collar is attached by carefully feeding each jumper into a separate machine – all of which is done by hand, by experts