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Help and FAQ's

Need some advice? Check out some of our most commonly asked questions below as your questions will most likely be answered. However, if you need to contact us for something more complex, feel free to contact our friendly team here.

Please be patient with us over the holiday periods as we’ll most likely be out having some awesome adventures of our own!

Note: Sale items are final and cannot be refunded so please choose carefully. All orders ship from Australia. For orders outside of Australia, please know any customs/import/handling fees in your country are your responsibility. For more info, click here.

Orders

If you’re trying to purchase sale items, your discount code will not work as we don’t allow further discounts during a sale, unless stated otherwise. Discount codes cannot be used in conjunction with any other codes, discounts or offers. Exclusions apply including special event merchandise. 

If you’re having troubles checking out in your shopping cart, read through the following troubleshooting tips:

An item might disappear from your shopping bag for one of the following reasons: the item is out of stock, the item is no longer available or the item is a promotional product which is no longer available.

If your cart is clearing every time you try to place an order, we’d suggest trying on another web browser and another device (i.e. your smartphone, a laptop, a different computer etc). It might also be worth clearing your cookies and cache.

If you’re unable to log in to your ioMerino account, you can check out as a guest. 

If all else fails, get in contact with our Customer Service team and let them know the issues you’re having and we’ll do our best to help you. 

All orders are processed in Australian Dollars. While the content of your cart is displayed in your nominated currency, you will check out in Australian Dollars with the most up to date exchange rate. It is the same price, just a different currency.

We have recent updated our website and to be compliant with new privacy requirements all ioMerino.com online account, made before September 2018 will need to be updated with a new password. Simply create a new account next time you checkout or by clicking here

Regrettably, it is very difficult for us to change your order once it has been placed - including sizing, colours, adding or remove products or discount codes and/or changing shipping address . We aim to ship all orders as fast as possible so our warehouse is processing them within a couple of hours of receiving them. If a change is necessary, let us know and we’ll do our best to help.

All discount codes must be used at the checkout at the time of the sale and cannot be applied once the sale is finalised.

Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. There are no additional processing or transaction fees. ioMerino gift cards have no expiry date. Cannot be replaced or redeemed for cash. Only valid on iomerino.com
For more information click here.
To buy a gift card, click here. 

Buying Guide

ioMerino Size Guide

Click here to learn more about our different fits and how to choose the size that's right for you.

We strive to make all our products true to size. The sizing charts below are general and not garment specific, but hopefully, it will give you some guidance when choosing your size. In instances where you’re perhaps in between two sizes try choosing the smaller size.

For further assistance with sizing, contact us here.

If for some reason you are not 100% satisfied with the size you chose, we’ll happily offer an exchange, refund or store credit on any non-sale garments. For more about our refunds and exchange policy, click here. 

 

 Men's General Size Chart

 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Waist

Inch

27

28-30

32-34

36-38

40-42

44-46+

 

cm

68 - 70

71-76 

81-86

91-96

101-108

111-116+

Chest

Inch

32-34

34-36

38-40

42-44

46-48

50+

 

cm

81.5 - 86

86-91

96-101

106-111

116-121

127+

 

Men's Tracksuit Pants 

Outside Leg measurement (including waist band).

Model height 6'2 , wearing a size medium. 

S M L XL XXL
Inside Leg inch 29 30  30.5 31 31.5
cm 74.5 76 77 78.5 80
Outside Leg inch 41 41.5 42 42.5 43
cm 105 106 107.5 109 110

 

Men's Merino-Compression Leggings

Model height 6'3 , wearing a size large. 

XS S M L XL XXL
Inside Leg  inch 25.4 26.4 27.4  28.3 29.3 30.3
cm 64.5 67 69.5 72 74.5 77

 

Women's Size Conversion Chart

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Australian

6-8

8-10

10-12

12-14

14-16

US

2-4

4-6

6-8

8-10

10-12

European

34-36

36-38

38- 40

40-42

42-44

 

Women's Size Chart - Altitude 'Contact Fit'

Please keep in mind the Altitude Range is design to fit tightly - 'contact fit' 

    XS S M L XL XXL
Bust inch 30-32 32-34 34-37 37–40 40–42 42 - 45
cm  76 - 82 82 -88  88-94  94-100  100 - 107 108 - 114
Hips inch 34-36 36-38 38-40 40-42 42-44 44 - 47
cm 84 -90 90-96 70-76 76-82 82-89 111 - 119
Waist inch 24-26 26–28 28-30 30-32 32-35 35-38
cm  58 -64  64 -70  70- 76 76- 82 82- 89 89-96

 

Women's Size Chart - Universal and Ultra 'regular fit' 

    XS S M L XL XXL
Bust  inch 29.5–32.5 32.5–35.5 35.5–38 38–41 41–44.5 44.5–48.5
cm 75-82.5 82.5-90 90-96.5 96.5-104 104-113 113-123
Hips inch 33–35.5 35.5–38.5 38.5–41 41–44 44–47 47–50
cm 83.5-90 90-97.5 97.5-104 104 -111.5 111.5-119.5 119-127
Waist inch 23.5–26 26–29 29–31.5 31.5–34.5 34.5–38.5 38.5–42.5
cm  60-66 66-73.5 73.5-80 80-87.5 87.5-94.5 97.5-108

 

Women's Stride Tracksuit pants

Measurements include the ankle cuff. Please keep in mind the style of these pants is slightly drop crotch. 

Outside leg measurement includes waist band.

Measurements in cm. 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Outside Leg

94.3

96.1

97.9

99.7

101.5

Inside Leg

66.4

67.6

68.8

70

71.2

 

Women's Compression Leggings 

Inside leg measurements.

Model height 5'10 wearing a size small. 

Measurements in cm. 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Inside Leg

59.5

62

64.5

67

69.5

72.8

 

Socks

All sizes are given in Men's US Sizing 

S 4 - 6
7 - 9
L 10 - 12
XL 13 

 

Arm warmers

Measurement give for bicep width. Measure around the fullest part of your upper arm in a relaxed position. 

Approximate measurements only. 

XS / S 23 - 28 cm
S / M  29 - 33 cm
L / XL 34 cm +

 

Gloves

Hand Length - Measure from the top of your middle finger to the base of the palm. 

Use the chart below to determine your size. If you’re between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.

S 17 cm
19 cm 
L 21 cm 

 

For further assistance with sizing, contact us here.

What to wear - a quick guide 

Need a quick, easy guide to working out which layer and size is best for you, where you’re going and what you’re doing? Look no further.

Unlike some companies, we don’t bombard you with 5,000 different styles to choose from, but rather keep our range simple, with different options for different things. Keep in mind, none of this is gospel – if you want to wear an Ultra top when you’re snowboarding, go your hardest. All our layers can be worn for everything. We’re just giving you guidance on what they were designed for, and what we consider them best for.

 

The Vital Range 

 

These are classic ‘second skin’ under layers. You could wear them on their own, but you probably wouldn’t. Ultralight and ultra soft, they can basically be worn underneath anything – from your snow gear to your bike kit. Or even every day for an extra layer of warmth when it’s cold. Because they’re so light with a ‘second skin’ fit, they won’t add any extra bulk, just extra warmth. Click here to shop the Vital Range.

 

The Altitude Range 

 

This ‘base layer’ range was originally designed for snow sports and on-mountain. The super soft fabric feels amazing next to your skin, and extra length with drop back hem, means plenty of extra tuck – which makes it great for taller people and bike riding where you’re bending over and you don’t want a cold patch at the small of your back. This range is still classified as ‘contact fit’ so won’t bunch up under other layers, and although it was designed for the snow, more and more people are hiking and running trails in these. If you’d prefer a slightly more forgiving fit the Ultra range may be more your thing. Click here to shop the Altitude Range.

 

The Ultra Range

 

Our newest range was developed with Ultra Runners in mind. Extra comfort. Extra durability. The sporty fit is still streamlined, but not ‘contact fit’ like the Vital and Altitude range. So for those of us who may want something a little less clingy, this is the one. This one’s also regular length (so no extra tuck) and a true fit – so if you’re usually a medium, you’ll be a medium in this. No need to size up. Being Merino purists, most of our range is pure Merino, but this one features our first ever Merino blend fabric with 12% Nylon to make it more hard wearing. Still Merino-rich, and still perfect for adventure racing and what in Australia, we like to call ‘bush bashing’. Click here to shop the Ultra Range.

 

The Keystone and Universal Ranges 

 

This one’s easy: all the amazing properties of our MicroMerino® fabrics, but in an easy, casual fit. So if you want a little extra room to move, this one’s for you. Still true to size, so if you’re usually a medium you’ll be a medium in this, it’s just that where the Altitude is tight, and the Ultra is sporty, this one’s a regular fit. The easy fit means it will sit nicely over another layer, but it’s super soft to wear on its own as well. Works for any activity, from high-intensity stuff like running and riding, right through to camping, hiking and beyond. Particularly good for travel too – whether that’s a long flight or a road trip.

The Keystone Range we refer to as our Summerino range because the easy fit and lightweight 100% Merino fabric make it the perfect choice for warmer weather. Click here to shop the Keystone range.

 

 

The new Universal Range is the exact same cut as the Keystone but made with the same fabric as the Ultra. Casual Keystone fit. Ultra fabric. Make sense? So packed with the high performance of our Ultra range, just in a comfortable, easy cut. Perfect for travelling, exploring, hiking, running, riding… or just wearing every day.  Click here to shop our new Universal Range.

Remember, we’re so confident you’ll love what you end up with, we’ll give you your money back if you don’t love it as much as we say you will. And as always, if you need any help choosing the best layer for you, feel free to contact us any time!

Washing and Drying

ioMerino may be naturally stick-resistant, but you’re still going to want to wash it every now and then, so here are a few tips on how best to keep it in tip-top condition.

  • Wash similar colours together
  • Wash products with prints inside out
  • Zip up any zippers
  • Use warm or cool machine wash only – DO NOT hot wash.
  • Machine delicate to normal wash 
  • Use regular washing powder or liquid detergent
  • DO NOT bleach
  • ioMerino is the most comfortable Merino on earth, so you don’t need to use fabric softener
  • DO NOT iron prints or labels
  • Air dry in the shade, laying flat. Hanging wet wool can distort the shape. If you prefer tumble drying, dry on a low, warm setting. DO NOT hot tumble dry. 
  • Cool to warm steam iron inside out to re-shape, or use a specific wool setting.

 

Socks

  • Turn inside out 
  • Use cool machine wash only – DO NOT hot wash.
  • Machine delicate to normal wash 
  • Use regular washing powder or liquid detergent
  • Do not bleach
  • Air or line dry. DO NOT tumble dry. 

 

Beanies

  • For best results, hand wash your ioMerino Beanies in warm water.  
  • DO NOT hot wash
  • DO NOT machine wash
  • DO NOT tumble dry. Line dry in shade.
  • DO NOT bleach

 

Storage

  • Make sure your garments are clean before storing.
  • Store garments in a dry place, sealed tub or plastic bag.
  • Garments should be folded rather than hung and kept out of the sun.
  • Cedarwood will help keep the moths and wool-loving critter out. 
  • Putting your ioMerino into storage over summer? Simple rule - If you have worn it, clean it, then store it. Or keep it out to wear during summer, its great in hot weather too. 

 

Pilling 

Pilling is a natural process that can occur when shorter fibres come to the surface of the fabric. To help avoid pilling, wash your new garment within three wears, turn garment inside when washing, avoid abrasive surfaces and rubbing and use a more gentle wash cycle. 

 

What not to do

We’ve all heard about how amazing Merino is and in particular ioMerino, (let’s be honest, we tell you that all the time!), but want the inside scoop on what you should absolutely not do with your Merino? We reveal the top 7 things you should avoid at all costs. Find out here.

 

Pinning Race Numbers

All the things that make Merino fibres better than Synthetic ones, also make it more prone to pinholes damaging the fabric. This is actually a good thing because it’s what allows it to break down in the environment when you’re done with it rather than sitting around in landfill for the next billion or so years. If you are racing, get a race number belt or some race dots - your Merino top will love you for it. Bottom line, don’t pin your race number to you Merino. 

 

Ethical. Sustainable. Biodegradable. 

When you buy Merino, not only do you get something that performs the way you want it to, you’re doing the planet a favour as well. Which we think you’ll agree is pretty important for anyone who’s serious about doing the right thing by the environment.

While Merino can be slightly less durable than some synthetics, that’s only because it’s natural and biodegradable. It will eventually break down and go back to where it came from - mother nature. And not in 400 trillion years like your fancy synthetic top.  Some of our fabrics are more suited to skiing and some more suited to 'bush-bashing' than others, so be sure to check out which range is right for you here. 

It’s time we celebrated the fact we’re wearing fabrics that are good for the environment. Read one of the ioMerino ambassadors take on just that; loving and wearing your ioMerino right to end. It’s time we all thought about what he calls ’the hole truth’.

 

More Questions? 

If we haven’t answered your question in this section or you’d just like to speak to a real-life person, feel free to get in contact with us here

Keep up to date on how to care for your merino and what other adventurers do to keep their Merino fresh on our blog, here.  

 

Returns and Exchanges

We love sale time here at ioMerino, but please keep in mind sale items are final and cannot be refunded, so please choose carefully.

For all other stock, we offer a 60 day Absolute Love Guarantee, so if you’re not happy with your purchase for whatever reason, you can send it back to us within 60 days for an exchange or refund.

For your convenience we have an international and an Australian return address.

For more info on our Returns Policy, click here.

Here at ioMerino, we’re dedicated to making gear that’s warm, comfortable AND great quality, so while faulty garments are rare, we’re the first to admit they can happen. We hold a one year warranty on our products with anything after that being considering wear and tear.

If you believe you’ve received a faulty garment, send us a couple of pictures of the defect (smartphone quality is fine) and we’ll evaluate the fault with our Production Team. Once we’ve deemed it’s a manufacturing fault and not wear and tear, we’ll do our best to replace the garment for you. In circumstances where the garment is no longer available, we’ll offer you a refund or store credit.

The fact Merino is a natural fibre is, on one hand, the exact reason it’s so sought after. But on the other hand, it’s naturally not as durable as manmade synthetics, so it’s not hugely uncommon to notice small holes in your Merino from time to time.

Depending on how big the hole is of course, it shouldn’t actually affect the warmth or performance of the garment. In fact, we put together an article that highlights why this is the exact feature that makes it more than, not less than. We’d suggest having a read through it here prior to contacting us about holes.

Product and Stock

We don’t usually hold any additional stock other than what’s on the website, so if your size isn’t available online then it is most likely sold out. Generally, if it’s a sale item, we won’t be restocking at this stage, but if it’s a full priced item then let our team know and while we can’t guarantee anything, we’ll do our best to get your size back in stock.

ioMerino Size Guide

Click here to learn more about our different fits and how to choose the size that's right for you.

We strive to make all our products true to size. The sizing charts below are general and not garment specific, but hopefully, it will give you some guidance when choosing your size. In instances where you’re perhaps in between two sizes try choosing the smaller size.

For further assistance with sizing, contact us here.

If for some reason you are not 100% satisfied with the size you chose, we’ll happily offer an exchange, refund or store credit on any non-sale garments. For more about our refunds and exchange policy, click here. 

 

 Men's General Size Chart

 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Waist

Inch

27

28-30

32-34

36-38

40-42

44-46+

 

cm

68 - 70

71-76 

81-86

91-96

101-108

111-116+

Chest

Inch

32-34

34-36

38-40

42-44

46-48

50+

 

cm

81.5 - 86

86-91

96-101

106-111

116-121

127+

 

Men's Tracksuit Pants 

Outside Leg measurement (including waist band).

Model height 6'2 , wearing a size medium. 

S M L XL XXL
Inside Leg inch 29 30  30.5 31 31.5
cm 74.5 76 77 78.5 80
Outside Leg inch 41 41.5 42 42.5 43
cm 105 106 107.5 109 110

 

Men's Merino-Compression Leggings

Model height 6'3 , wearing a size large. 

XS S M L XL XXL
Inside Leg  inch 25.4 26.4 27.4  28.3 29.3 30.3
cm 64.5 67 69.5 72 74.5 77

 

Women's Size Conversion Chart

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Australian

6-8

8-10

10-12

12-14

14-16

US

2-4

4-6

6-8

8-10

10-12

European

34-36

36-38

38- 40

40-42

42-44

 

Women's Size Chart - Altitude 'Contact Fit'

Please keep in mind the Altitude Range is design to fit tightly - 'contact fit' 

    XS S M L XL XXL
Bust inch 30-32 32-34 34-37 37–40 40–42 42 - 45
cm  76 - 82 82 -88  88-94  94-100  100 - 107 108 - 114
Hips inch 34-36 36-38 38-40 40-42 42-44 44 - 47
cm 84 -90 90-96 70-76 76-82 82-89 111 - 119
Waist inch 24-26 26–28 28-30 30-32 32-35 35-38
cm  58 -64  64 -70  70- 76 76- 82 82- 89 89-96

 

Women's Size Chart - Universal and Ultra 'regular fit' 

    XS S M L XL XXL
Bust  inch 29.5–32.5 32.5–35.5 35.5–38 38–41 41–44.5 44.5–48.5
cm 75-82.5 82.5-90 90-96.5 96.5-104 104-113 113-123
Hips inch 33–35.5 35.5–38.5 38.5–41 41–44 44–47 47–50
cm 83.5-90 90-97.5 97.5-104 104 -111.5 111.5-119.5 119-127
Waist inch 23.5–26 26–29 29–31.5 31.5–34.5 34.5–38.5 38.5–42.5
cm  60-66 66-73.5 73.5-80 80-87.5 87.5-94.5 97.5-108

 

Women's Stride Tracksuit pants

Measurements include the ankle cuff. Please keep in mind the style of these pants is slightly drop crotch. 

Outside leg measurement includes waist band.

Measurements in cm. 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Outside Leg

94.3

96.1

97.9

99.7

101.5

Inside Leg

66.4

67.6

68.8

70

71.2

 

Women's Compression Leggings 

Inside leg measurements.

Model height 5'10 wearing a size small. 

Measurements in cm. 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Inside Leg

59.5

62

64.5

67

69.5

72.8

 

Socks

All sizes are given in Men's US Sizing 

S 4 - 6
7 - 9
L 10 - 12
XL 13 

 

Arm warmers

Measurement give for bicep width. Measure around the fullest part of your upper arm in a relaxed position. 

Approximate measurements only. 

XS / S 23 - 28 cm
S / M  29 - 33 cm
L / XL 34 cm +

 

Gloves

Hand Length - Measure from the top of your middle finger to the base of the palm. 

Use the chart below to determine your size. If you’re between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.

S 17 cm
19 cm 
L 21 cm 

 

For further assistance with sizing, contact us here.

As far as production goes, it’s a slightly involved answer, but we’re extremely passionate about doing the right thing by the environment and the people (and creatures!) who help us make our clothes each step of the way, from ‘sheep to shelf’. Our wool is sourced here in Australia, it’s washed and combed in Thailand, knitted into fabric in Australia, then cut and sewn to our Australian design specifications in Fiji where we use a fully unionized and ethical manufacturing company.

For the past couple of years, we’ve been involved with the Fashion Revolution’s ‘Who Made My Clothes’ initiative which encourages people to be curious and ask clothing brands: who made my clothes? You can check out our version here, which goes into a little more detail about our supply chain. From time to time we also make some of our accessories in places like Sri Lanka, but always only with places that continue to meet the same sort of ethical standards.

ioMerino may be naturally stink-resistant, but you’re still going to want to wash it every now and then, so click here for a few tips on how keep it in tip top condition. Learn more about wash, drying, storing and potential Merino wool pilling.

ioMerino is predominantly sold online at ioMerino.com with the exception of a selected group of boutique, independent retail outlets who love adventure and the outdoors as much as we do. View our Store Locator to check out our current locations.

If you’d like to see ioMerino in a store near you, feel free to get in contact with us and let us know the name of your local store and we’ll do our best to get some gear in there soon.

Delivery

We ship domestically and internationally from our warehouse here in South Australia using DHL, Toll, Star Track and Fast Way.

All orders are processed in Australian Dollars. While the content of your cart is displayed in your nominated currency, you will check out in AUD with the most up to date exchange rate.

Australia - Flat delivery rate is $10, or free for all order over $100.

USA and Asia- Flat delivery rate is $15 AUD, or free for all order over $200 AUD.

Canada/ Europe/ UK - Flat delivery rate is $25 AUD, or free for all order over $250 AUD.

(Please note, if you’re in Europe, the UK or Canada, customs/importing/handling fees will most likely apply, so please look into such fees prior to ordering with us as ioMerino is not liable for such charges.)

Due to customs requirements, we cannot deliver to PO boxes outside of Australia and require either a business or personal street address.

Australian orders are expected to be delivered within 1-4 business days, if placed before midday Monday – Friday. 

International orders are expected to be delivered within 2 – 6 business days, although this may be longer over the Christmas and New Year period due to the public holidays.

Delivery can be subject to custom delays and events beyond our control. Any delivery date or time specified by ioMerino is an estimate only and we’re not liable for any loss or damage suffered by you through any reasonable or unavoidable delay in delivery. For more information on our Shipping Policy, click here.

Christmas deliveries: As Christmas approaches, the holiday season will be in full swing and what this means is the chaos of Christmas mail.  We would like to advise that all orders intended for Christmas and New Year should be placed before Wednesday 13th December.

While customs/importing/handling fees are entirely out of our control and we’ve done our best to give you the heads up that they may apply in certain countries, we’ll endeavour to do what we can to help you in this situation, so please contact us if necessary. However, ioMerino is not liable for any additional fees. We use a third party shipping company who are obliged to declare your order value in AUD on your package as a customs requirement.

Contact

ioMerino is predominantly sold online at ioMerino.com with the exception of a selected group of boutique, independent retail outlets who love adventure and the outdoors as much as we do. View our Store Locator to check out our current locations.

If you’d like to see ioMerino in a store near you, feel free to get in contact with usand let us know the name of your local store and we’ll do our best to get some gear in there soon.

ioMerino HQ, located in South Australia is our head office only. We do not hold any stock and cannot make sales from our office. All orders are processed in an offsite warehouse.

If you’d like to see ioMerino in the flesh, check out some of the stores we’re stocked at here.

Further assistance, please email our friendly team .

For further assistance, feel free to contact us below.

Email our friendly team here.

or

PH: Australia: +61 8 8209 4198 | United States: 866 459 2775. We will  be out of office between December 22nd – January 3rd so if it is urgent please email our friendly team here, or leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note our Head Office is located in Adelaide, South Australia, so are in the Australian Central Daylight Time Zone (ACDT).

Please be patient with us over holiday period as we’ll most likely be out having some awesome adventures of our own!

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Fabric Guide

While Merino is an amazing natural fibre, not all Merino fabrics are created equal. At ioMerino, we make our own fabrics, using only the best quality fibres, and to very specific specifications that make the most of the natural benefits of Merino. All of them are 'Merino rich’. No cheap blends passed off as Merino. No cheaper scratchy fibres or synthetic substitutes to save money. No unethical production. And each fabric is made for a specific purpose. So if you see something with a small amount of elastase or nylon added, you can be sure it absolutely needs to be there to enhance the natural stretch and durability. 

It took every bit of our 140 years of experience in the wool industry to perfect our fabrics, but we think you’ll agree the end result was more than worth the effort.

Ethically Made. Ethically Sourced. Perfectly Natural. 

 

Altitude / Zodiac

Lightweight 170gsm 96% Australian Merino Wool with 4% elastane for extra stretch and comfort. A MicroMerino® Fabric. 

 

Ultra / Universal

Lightweight 160gsm 83% Australian Merino Wool blended with 12% nylon blended for extra durability and 5% Elastane for stretch and comfort.

 

Chaser

Midweight 265gsm 96% Australian Merino Wool with 4% elastane for extra stretch and comfort. A MicroMerino® Fabric. 

 

Summerino - Keystone 

Ultra Lightweight 150gsm 100% Australian Merino Wool. A MicroMerino® Fabric. 

 

Merino Compression

Midweight 280gsm 76% Australian Merino Wool, 15% Elastane and 9% Nylon for extra stretch and compression properties.

 

Vital

Ultra lightweight ribbed 155gsm 100% Australian Merino Wool. A MicroMerino®  Fabric. 

 

Summit

Outer Weight 280gsm Fleece 100% Australian Merino Wool. MicroMerino®  Fabric. 

 

Pinnacle

Midweight 260gsm 100% Australian Merino Wool. A MicroMerino®  Fabric. 

 

Elemental 

Midweight 260gsm waffle texture 100% Australian Merino Wool. A MicroMerino®  Fabric. 

 

Stride / Glacier / Velocity

Midweight 255gsm French Terry 100% Australian Merino Wool. A MicroMerino®  Fabric. 

 

Natural Merino Wool benefits: