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Style # 11192
The long sleeved cousin to our short sleeved Slub Knit Tee. Aesthetically, this fabric is a space dyed, slub knit. Gives it a unique, subtle, multi-colored look and texture. It’s made from a polyester and 18.9 micron Merino wool blend. Gives you great wicking plus Merino benefits (like odor control). It is soft and stretchy. Could have just said it works well and looks good. It has a cross grain shoulder yoke, side panels, and under arm gusset. Flatlock seams, shirttail hem, reflective trim on sleeve and right front hem. Imported. 160GM fabric. S to XXL. Regular fit.

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  • We highly recommend that you hang or lay flat to dry after washing (turned inside out with like items) even though the attached care label indicates ok to tumble dry.
  • Made from a 51% polyester/49% Merino wool fabric.
  • Flatlock seams reduce chafe, as do the underarm gussets.
  • The fabric is a single jersey construction, with the poly and Merino yarns woven together and used for both the face and back. The subtle multi-colored and textured effect is a result of the two yarns having been dyed in slightly different shades, which we think makes for a good looking shirt.
  • While polyester gives this tee great wicking and quick drying properties, thermo-regulating Merino wool helps to keep you comfortable across different combinations of physical activities and outside temperatures.
  • Merino can pull up to 30% of its own weight in moisture into its fibers. All that wicking means you’re staying significantly drier, more comfortable, and even less “fragrant�? - because without all that excess sweat on your skin, the odor-causing bacteria can’t proliferate.
Washing Instructions
  • Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, turned inside out with like items.
  • Hang or lay flat to dry.
  • Low iron.
  • Avoid tumble drying, dry cleaning.
  • Baselayer when it’s cool, by itself when it’s warm, active commuting, or almost any outdoor activity.