Organic merino wool and wool/silk blend (W|S) shirts.
These items are unisex. Distinction between ladies' and men's is mainly made for sizing purposes. Ladies' shirts tend to have a bit of a wider neckline and are a tad shorter in length.
Lightweight Shirts are a fine rib knit material that can be worn as an undergarment/baselayer or an everyday garment. We recommend sizing up if you intend to wear the shirt on its own.
Organic wool farmed from stress and pesticide free merino sheep. GOTS and Naturtextil iVN certified.
Made in Germany.
These articles are machine washable at 30ºC (86ºF). Best practice is to use a natural fiber safe detergent/wool wash such as Unicorn Fibre Wash or Unicorn Beyond Clean. For added silkiness and softness add Fibre Rinse to fabric softener compartment of your machine.
Lay flat to air dry.
Wool is naturally odor resistant and antibacterial so washing is not necessary after every wear.
Lanolizing the wool can increase odor resistance and help treat dry skin while adding a bit of silkiness to the wool.
CONTENT VARIES BY STYLE:
100% Organic Wool
70% Organic Wool | 30% Silk (W|S)
Natural, Black, Walnut
SIZING (EURO SIZING)
EU 34/36 (XS)
EU 38/40 (S)
EU 42/44 (M)
EU 46/48 (L)
EU 46/48 (S)
EU 50/52 (M)
EU 54/56 (L)
A NOTE ABOUT BREAKING IN YOUR WOOL GARMENTS
Be mindful that some people experience a break-in period with new wool garments.
You might experience some itch with the first few wears. The wool will become softer and silkier with a couple rounds of washes/wears. We like to describe the first few wears as the break-in period. Like a new pair of leather shoes or a crisp pair of jeans...they need to be broken in a little before you reach an optimal level of comfort. After a couple rounds of wearing/washing, your garment should feel soft and buttery. If you find that you are extra sensitive, you can lanolize or treat with wool softener (Unicorn Beyond Soft/Fibre Rinse) to help reduce any itch during the break-in period. It may also help to turn the garment inside-out and machine wash with a load of laundry a couple of times to get the break-in process started without wearing the garment.