Spectre Cable Roll Neck Sweater

Daniel Craig Spectre N.Peal 007 Cable Roll Neck Sweater

Spectre features a number of great N.Peal sweaters — my favorite by far is the 007 Cable Roll Neck sweater Bond wears to visit Mr. White in Altaussee. The light grey sweater looks great paired with the navy Dior jacket and ribbed beanie, and I like it because it’s one of the most practical outfits in the movie.

In true N.Peal fashion, the 007 Cable Roll Neck Sweater is made from 100% Mongolian cashmere that provides incredible warmth while feeling soft and delicate. The sweater is a light grey (labeled as “Fumo Grey”) and features a cable knit with ribbing along the cuffs, hem, and turtleneck (or roll neck). The sweater was originally designed for Spectre but you can still get your own version from N.Peal’s 007 Collection for $430

If you’re looking for a similar look for a lower price point, I found three budget-friendly alternatives for under $100. I picked these three sweaters because they have the right design features—cable knit, ribbing at the hem, cuffs, and neck, and of course the all-important turtleneck. All three sweaters meet those criteria, so the real differences between them are the materials and colors.  

Keep reading for my list of N.Peal 007 Cable Roll Neck Sweater Alternatives. 

Under $100

grey cable knit turtleneck sweater

Coofandy (on Amazon)

Slim Fit Turtleneck Sweater

$9.99 – $33.99

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m usually very skeptical of buying products on Amazon from brands I don’t recognize, but this sweater has a 4.6-star review out of 826 reviews so I’m willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. This hits all the right design notes with the cable knit and requisite ribbing. It’s made from an 80% rayon/20% nylon blend, which means this sweater will be incredibly soft and keep you nice and warm. My biggest issue with it is that the grey is a bit darker than the N.Peal version. 

grey cable knit turtleneck sweater


Cable Knit Turtleneck Sweater

$44 – $88

This sweater from Express has all the right design elements, plus this color is the closest match to the N.Peal sweater out of the options on my list. The sweater is made out of a polyester/acrylic/wool blend that makes it very warm and soft to the touch. I bought myself this sweater about a month ago and I’m very impressed by it so far (I’ll write a full product review after I’ve worn and washed it a few more times). My only minor complaint is that I would prefer the hem to be about an inch to an inch and a half shorter than it is because I have a short torso. But that shouldn’t stop you from buying this sweater if you like it. 

grey cable knit turtleneck sweater


Braided Turtleneck Sweater 


This Mango sweater is probably the furthest departure from the N.Peal sweater, but the differences are pretty minor so I think it’s still a good option. It has all the right design features—the biggest difference here is that the cable knit has some extra braided detailing in it that isn’t on the other sweaters. This sweater is also noticeably thicker than the other options on the list, and the color is a bit darker than the N.Peal sweater. Like the other options on this list, this sweater is made from synthetic materials—acrylic, polyamide, and elastane. If you want a sweater that looks as close to the N.Peal sweater as possible, this isn’t the sweater for you. But if you want something that looks similar while being a thick, cozy sweater to wear during the winter, this is a great option. 

There you have them — three budget-friendly alternatives for the N.Peal 007 Cable Roll Neck Sweater from Spectre. Any of these will be a cozy addition to your winter wardrobe, and they’ll look great with your Dior jacket or a nice peacoat

What do you think of the options on my list? As always, let me know in the comments below or come find me over on Instagram (@bondonabudget). Happy shopping! 

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