'Herz' is a large-sized scarf finished with "just the right size for men to wrap" in mind.
'Herz' tuned to large-sized scarves that men can really use
Large-sized scarves are a trend that is attracting a lot of attention. 'HERZ' has made such large-sized scarves "just the right size for men to wrap". The length is 180 cm, which fits oversized outfits, and the width is tuned to 60 cm, which is neither too thick nor too thin. The 50 cm width, which is common in men's scarves, is generally called a medium-sized scarf, and it is not uncommon to feel that the volume is a little lacking. By adding a 10 cm width to it, the silhouette is moderately voluminous and matches the current mood. The size is just right for "gentle behaviour", such as hanging it on the shoulder or lap of a partner who looks chilly, not to mention the high heat retention expected from its width.
The white-silver ratio monotone check blends in well with any outfit and adds an urban accent!
The Hakubin ratio is a ratio used in everything from Japanese historical buildings to popular national characters. It is said to be a ratio of beauty more familiar to the Japanese than the Golden Ratio, and the smart, quirky arrangement of checks is sure to fit any style.
Thick double-faced design with plenty of fine lamb's wool
Double face with white silver ratio check on the front and plain black on the back. The chunky, thick fabric created by layering two layers of high-quality wool is also noteworthy. The edges are casually set with 'GP' embroidery for a luxurious accent.