Merino wool provides exceptional softness that you won’t be able to resist cuddling up with, especially on the crisp and cool days that lay ahead. Merino is the ultimate feel-good fibre in every way: our wool is sourced using cruelty-free, non-mulesing techniques, and as a natural fiber has a lower impact on the environment while creating a luxurious feel.
Stretch Merino Crew
Whether your day takes you to the office or to the great outdoors, you can feel prepared for wherever you go in our stretch merino wool. With a classic and relaxed fit, our Stretch Marino Crew sweater is sure to be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.
Made from ethically sheared Merino wool our beautiful rib knit design provides extra warmth with all the natural anti-microbial and breathability of merino wool you know and love. The rolled brim hides a pocket to stash a key or cash when you're on the go.
Stretch Merino Turtleneck
Our stretch merino collection is designed to perform and move with you. With a luxurious soft feel and a relaxed fit, our Stretch Merino Turtleneck will keep you warm and comfortable wherever you go.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hand wash cold or 30C. Do not bleach. Dry flat. Iron at low heat. Dry cleanable.
Fold your merino garment to prevent it from losing its shape.
The Merino breed of sheep produces merino wool, a very fine and soft wool. It’s a natural fibre that is thinner and softer than regular wool. It also has great insulating properties, making it a great alternative to other types of wool.
Yes, merino is great at maintaining your body at a stable temperature. In cooler weather, the crimps and bends in the merino fibres trap air, insulating you and keeping you warm. In warmer weather, the fibres wick sweat away from the skin, keeping you cool and dry.
Merino fibres are super fine and soft, making it comfortable beside the skin. The merino fibres are about 1/3 the diameter of a strand of human hair and are so fine, they bend when they touch your skin in comparison to other types of wool which stay rigid against your skin and can cause irritation.
Merino products are not covered by the Guaranteed For Life policy.