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Classic Wool Light T-shirt, M's

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Men's Classic Wool Light T-shirt

Ultralight and versatile thermal T-shirt with a comfortable fit, perfect for outdoor, work and casual wear all year round. The T-shirt has a supremely soft solid-knit construction, made from 100% organic superfine Merino wool.

Wool garments derive their thermoregulating properties from a waviness in the fibre structure known as crimps. The finer the wool fibre, the more crimps. These form small air pockets, which have a warming and insulating effect, even when the garment is wet.

 

Product Features

  • Fit: Regular (M's)

  • Material: Solid knit 100 % organic Merino wool

  • Ultralight, thin material

  • Supremely soft, itch-free and comfortable next to the skin

  • High wicking and breathable

  • Quick-drying

  • Insulates when wet

  • Naturally antifungal, antibacterial and odour-resistant

  • Non-chafing flatlock seams

  • Raglan sleeves for optimal arm movement

  • 4 season

  • Made in Europe

  • Durable & repairable

  • Machine washable on a wool cycle


Technical Specifications

  • Material: 100 % organic Merino wool

  • Merino fibre diameter: 17,5 micron (superfine)

  • Material weight: 150 g/m2 (ultralight)

  • Product weight: 140 grams (size M)

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We make high quality clothes so they last as long as possible. The rest is up to you. Wear the clothes for a long time, follow the washing instructions and repairThat's good, both for nature and the wallet.

Brynje of Norway is a family-owned clothing company from Larvik, world-renowned for quality, functionality and durability since 1887. The first mesh shirt in history was invented by Henrik Brun in 1921. The "Brynje shirt" was further developed in collaboration with the Norwegian armed forces. Over the years, Brynje mesh has been used on expeditions to the world's most inhospitable places. When Hillary and Tenzing became the first humans to ascend Mt. Everest in 1953, they wore Brynje mesh next to their skin. Read the Brynje story


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