The 210 Merino Turtleneck

$145 CAD
Colour: Dusk Blue
Size:

ecologyst women's standard fit long sleeve turtleneck is made of 100% Merino Wool.

- 100% merino wool 210 GSM jersey knit
- Mockneck design
- ecologyst tree embroidery on back left
- Back centre seam
- Curved hem
- Flatlock stitched seams
- Bartacks at garment stress points
- Water based screen printing ink for back neck label 

Model is 5'7” and wearing size XS. Compared to its cotton counterpart, this merino turtleneck is designed to fit closer to the body. Using the merino jersey allows stretch and creates flexibility and movement. 

We chose this medium weight jersey weighing in at 210 grams per square meter for its temperature regulating quality in cold and warm weather. Our 100% merino wool comes from non-mulesed sheep. We believe that should be the industry standard. 

Take responsibility for your garments to extend its life.
- Only wash when necessary
- Do not wash in warm or hot water! Cold water only
- Suggested hand-wash
- If necessary, machine-wash on a gentle cycle with like colours.
- Remove other garments with zippers or buttons to prevent snagging
- Use biodegradable soap or detergent
- Avoid harmful bleaches or softeners
- Lay-flat to dry
- Avoid hanging storage
- Fold your merino jersey to prevent warping or stretching

Bust* Our Size
32" xs
34" s
36" m
39" l
42" xl
*Bust measurement is your body measurement. Garment will fit your body measurement comfortably.

Made to last. We make quality goods that stand up in the wild. Wear and tear are inevitable, so we offer a repair program to keep your gear going strong.

If the zipper on your hoody isn't working quite right, or a button comes loose—we have you covered. Reach out to our team to set up your gear repair. We want you to love what you’ve got and wear it for a lifetime.

What We Can Fix: Loose threads, hems or buttons, some rips/holes, and zippers that are acting funny.

What We Can’t Fix: Damage through accident, misuse, or extreme wear over a product’s practical lifespan. Beer stains.

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