Harris Tweed is a tweed cloth that is handwoven by islanders at their homes in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, finished in the Outer Hebrides, and made from pure virgin wool dyed and spun in the Outer Hebrides. This definition, quality standards and protection of the Harris Tweed name are enshrined in the Harris Tweed Act 1993
The current line up features the following:
- Thin Blue: a charcoal Harris weed with a thin blue check pattern. Backed with a black microfibre and features deluxe stitching.
- Rust: an orange/brown Harris Tweed, backed with a light brown backing
- Buffalo: a red and black tartan check Tweed with a black cotton backing
- Moss- a green Tweed backed with a forest green cotton
- Bumble - a yellow and black check with a hint of yellow. Backed with a yellow cotton.
- Blue Harvest - a blue and black check backed with a black cotton
- Lemongrass - a green Herringbone backed with a forest green cotton
- Holiday: an orange/red/green check backed in red.
- Plum: a purple Tweed, backed in purple
Hot Pink - a pink / purple check backed with a baby pink.
Kingfisher: a purple and green plaid Tweed backed in a purple cotton.
Blue Steal: a blue checked Harris Tweed with a blue backing.
-Lime Sherbert: a green and white herringbone backed with a black microfibre
- Ribena: a purple and white Herringbone backed with a black microfibre
- Blood Orange: an orange herringbone backed with a black microfibre
- Humbug: a brown and white herringbone backed with a black microfibre