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N.Peal Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck

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N.Peal Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck sweater NPG-300 in Dark Charcoal Grey and one in the color Lapis Blue.
photo © N.Peal

photo © N.Peal
N.Peal Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck sweater NPG-300 in Lapis Blue.
photo © N.Peal

In the movie SPECTRE, James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) wears two N.Peal NPG-300 Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck sweaters: one in the colour Lapis Blue and later it looks like the Dark Charcoal Grey.

The Lapis Blue sweater is worn in a scene filmed in Austria, when Bond meets Swann for the first time at the Höffler Klinik. He wears it together with the blue Tom Ford knitted sleeve jacket and Tom Ford Stirrup Trousers.

The Dark Charcoal Grey sweater is featured prominently on the first teaser poster and Bond wears the sweater in the scenes filmed on the Thames and near Westminster in May 2015, in which he and Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) are chasing a helicopter.

In that sequence, Bond wears the sweater in combination with a John Varvatos Suede Racer Jacket, Sanders & Sanders Chukka boots and yet unidentified (probably Neil Barret) dark grey trousers.

The N.Peal NPG-300 Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck in Dark Charcoal Grey or Lapis Blue, with a 70% Cashmere 30% Silk blend, is available on the N.Peal website for £295, worldwide shipping available.

UPDATE OCT 2019: the sweaters are now part of the N.Peal 007 Collection and come with 007 packaging and labels!

UPDATE 2023: Lapis Blue doesn't seem to be available anymore

Lapis Blue:

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Charcoal Grey:

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Bond wears another N.Peal sweater in the film, the N.Peal NPG-299B Cashmere Cable Roll Neck in Fumo Grey.

During the SPECTRE press announcement in December 2014, Bond also wore an N.Peal Oxford Round Neck cashmere sweater, the same model that he wore in the movie SkyFall but in colour Imperial Blue.

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Summer Essentials 2024

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