Kerry Woolen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ago to alleviate local poverty the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool. The mill was bought over by the Eadie family in 1904 who had previously been in the woollen manufacturing business for many years in Fermangh and Scotland and continues under the fourth generation of family ownership to this day.
The mill is set in a rural location with many of the three hundred year old buildings still standing and functional! The machinery has of course changed many times over the years!
*Wool shirting from Kerry Woolen Mills in Kilarney, Ireland. 350 year old Mill.
*85% Irish Low Land Sheep Wool, 15% Silk for extra comfort.
* 1940's inspired painted copper fish eye buttons with Left Field
*reinforced elbow patch
* Triple and double Needle Chain stitched felled seams
* Made in USA
* Limited quantity
If you are unsure about which size to order, we recommend measuring a shirt you already own and that fits you well, and then comparing those measurements to the ones listed below. To see how we take our measurements, click