Everyday Long Sleeve
Impeccably soft, this transeasonal loose-knit merino wool long sleeve is like a second skin and will take you comfortably from your morning run through the work week, to evening events and adventures further afield. Wear the everyday long sleeve as a base layer in the cooler months or on its own when it warms up.
- Light weight
- Relaxed fit with round neckline
- Linked sideseams
- Natural stretch
- INTACT logo embroidered on back
FABRIC & CARE
- 100% Australian Merino wool
- 100% renewable and biodegradable
- Naturally odour resistant
- Temperature regulating
- Moisture wicking
- Hand wash only
This garment is true to size and is designed to be figure-hugging. If you prefer a more relaxed fit we suggest sizing up.
Elle is 178cm tall wears white in large, Loren is 161cm tall wears black in small.
Can’t find your size? As a start-up, we have committed to a small production run with limited quantities, colourways and sizing. If you have a minute, register your interest for other sizes and we will notify you when products become available. We promise it will be worth the wait.
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