Panther Armadillo long sleeve Merino wool sweater
Kind: Man Template: Long sleeve Collection: Big Cat Fabric Weight: 170gr Form: Regular shape Tissue: 100% Merino Wool, Jersey Knit Garment weight: 245gr Micron: 18.9 microns merino Characteristics: Round neck with elongated back Stitching: Reinforced seams and a tagfree neckline. No other irritations. Designed for: Comfortable long-sleeved shirt, can be worn under the uniform Benefits: No smell and super comfortable 365 days a year
Long Sleeve and Round Neck
Molded panels with seamless underarms and raglan sleeves ensure comfort. If this shirt can be worn both for work and for free time.
Armadillo Gamma BIG CAT – Garments from sports to work.
The semi-fit design of the Big Cat range combines the look and feel of your favorite cotton T-shirt with all the extra benefits of merino. It looks good as a next to skin but is ready to use in extreme environments when you need it, giving you protection, temperature control, moisture management when you need it.
Easy Merino Care
In an ideal world, your clothes would not need washing. We can’t promise it, but we can offer more for later. Armadillo resists odor build-up so it can be worn as long as possible (days, or even weeks if you have to). And when it finally comes to washing it, nothing could be simpler.
There is no need for high temperatures or special detergents because merino is self-cleaning in water and naturally releases dirt and odor even in a fresh wash. Just wash up to 40 ° with all your clothes using your usual detergent.
Armadillo is your lightweight, fast-drying garment. Or just leave it on a hanger overnight. If you are in a hurry, you can put it in the dryer on a low heat, but do it sparingly and it will help extend the life of your garment.
Who likes to iron?
After washing, merino recovers its wrinkle-free shape. Even when folded small for travel, it opens without creases. So, you should never iron it – but if you want, use the wool setting.
It really is that easy to care for.
And finally … RIP
Treat him with respect and your trusty Armadillo will give you years of faithful service. And when the time finally comes to say goodbye, it’s not enough to just throw it away. As a protein, merino fiber biodegrades in the soil within 12 months, releasing valuable nutrients. Put some compost in the pile, you can use it as a weed suppressant or just bury it.
The natural cycle is complete.