Wilderness Wear Unisex Plus Size Light Merino 170 T-Shirt Black
Our brand new, exclusively sized Wilderness Wear Unisex Ultralight Merino Wool 170 in black is fresh on the plus-size active scene. Lovingly Melbourne-made out of 100% Australian 17.5 microns superfine merino wool. A natural and premium performance material cleverly keeps you warm and cool in all kinds of weather conditions - perfect for temperature regulation for active people. It keeps you cool in the heat and warm in the cold, with moisture-wicking properties that are unmatched by other man-made fabrics, with mobility comfort, and a soft touch that is sensitive to the skin. You'd be mistaken to think you will be more comfortable in cotton. Yes, cotton breathes but it doesn't wick the sweat away as this superfine merino does, so instead cotton leaves you damp and uncomfortable once you have worked up a sweat.
We love the versatility of this 'curved fit' merino wool tee top, as a different shape to our other Ultralight Merino Wool 170 weight top. Both are perfect for hiking (no shoulder seams), camping, recreational, travel, or occupational activities in all seasons.
STRETCH FIT - These t-shirts have 5-10cm stretch in the fabric. The size charts reflect the garment's relaxed size. FIT NOTE - If these sizes are too big for you, the Light 170 in the Women's style is a smaller size range
Size not showing? We have more stock on order, due at the end of June - please get in touch to get on the waiting list
Wilderness Wear Unisex Women's Plus Size Merino 170 Short Sleeve Crew Top
Wilderness Wear Plus Size Unisex Merino Wool 170 Short Sleeve Crew T-Shirt Top:
Plus Size T-Shirt Fabric:
- 100% Pure Australian Merino
- 17.5 micron
- 170gsm single jersey
Plus Size T-Shirt Features:
- 'Curvy Fit'
- Crew neck & self-fabric binding
- Raglan sleeves
- Gusset panels for increased mobility
- Double sewn flat seams
- 200% Australian made (All Australian materials, All Australian produced)
- Sizes XL - 6XL
To measure for your perfect fit, please refer to our article here