We selected superfine merino wool to produce our non-iron shirts as it’s peerless when it comes to performance and offers several benefits over cotton and synthetic blended shirts.
Merino wool is 100% natural and is naturally antimicrobial, stopping bacteria growth that creates the nasty smells synthetic shirts suffer from. Because it doesn’t breed bacteria, the fabric will remain fresh for several days of wear without the need to launder it and because merino wool is crease resistant, you can feel confident you look smart for several days wearing the same shirt.
This merino wool shirt has a stain resistant finish to help repel stains and because merino fibres regulate your temperature, you will feel comfortable travelling in warm or cold conditions.
This shirt is cut with a semi slim fit, giving it a contemporary look with a hidden front button placket and contrast elbow patches. The classic gingham is timeless, and this quality shirt will last for many years providing you follow the simple care instructions.
Made using New Zealand’s finest Merino Wool that is then spun in one of Italy’s oldest shirting mills to produce a super soft, luxurious fabric. This is then cut and sewn in Portugal’s oldest shirt makers that has over 170 years’ experience in manufacturing some of the world’s finest shirts.
The end result is a shirt suitable for the board room or any social engagement but is also ideal for several days travel allowing you to travel in style, with less luggage, safe in the knowledge that the environmental damage cause by the production of the shirt and also the life of them through wear and washing is far less that cotton or a synthetic blend.
To help offset our carbon footprint, we donate a minimum of 3% of our profits to One Tree Planted, a non-profit dedicated to global reforestation.
Merino Wool Shirt - Blue - Gingham
Limited Edition 1 of 100
Your shirt will last for many years providing you look after it well and follow these care instructions.
Machine wash at 30º (cold) on a gentle cycle with your regular detergent. You don’t need any special wool soaps and NEVER wash any warmer than our recommended 30º.
Do not use bleach or fabric softeners or conditioners as this can damage the properties on the merino wool.
Don’t tumble and instead remove the shirts from the washing machine, pull into shape and hang to dry.
Do not dry clean your shirt as this will destroy the water repellency and change the handle of the fabric.
Remember, your shirt is naturally anti bacterial and wont smell, even after sweating and with washing being the biggest cause of breaking down fibres and therefore slowly destroying the fabric, we suggest you can wear the shirt several days without the need to wash it.
Merino wool is a natural fibre and you should expect your shirt to shrink between 1 - 2% if washed at 30º. If you are between sizes then we recommend you opt for the larger size.