I bought this scarf for the 2011-12 Chicago Winter. It's a nice scarf, I don't think it's worth the price though. Yes it is Kashmir, but it is not very thick. The length is nice, but not too long, which I would have actually wanted since this is so thin. Perfect for moderately cold temperatures, but anything below 20 degrees and you're going to need something a little more heavy duty. Nice dark gray color and highlights of red/maroon.
The scarf is exactly what was described and what I wanted. It a dressy scarf; that's why it is thin and silky smooth. If you want a thick scarf for snowblowing, this is not for you, and you should think about something other than cashmere. But, if you want a cashmere scarf to wear with a dressy overcoat, this is for you. As to the price, real 100% cashmere is expensive. This is not a cheap blend of man-made fabrics blended with a spit of cashmere. It's all about what you want, and this is what I wanted.