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Women's Merino Wool Pointelle Long Johns

Women's Merino Wool Pointelle Long Johns


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Washable Merino Wool Long Underwear, As Light and Soft As Silk

When you really need warmth but don’t want bulk, our incredibly lightweight, breathable 100% Australian Merino wool long undies are the answer. These pointelle long-leg bottoms are so thin and soft you’d think they’re silk. Tubular, seamless design moves with you. Inseam approx. 26". Machine wash, air dry. Australia.

  • Covered elastic waist
  • Pointelle pattern
  • Machine wash and dry

Our long underwear is fashioned from Australian Merino wool, considered by many to be the finest in the world.

Women's Merino Wool Pointelle Long Johns

Materials

100% Pure Merino Wool

Care

Machine wash warm and cold rinse. Air dry. Thoroughly allow to dry away from excessive heat. Do not bleach or tumble dry. Do not iron.

Origin

Manufactured In: Australia

Material - Country Of Origin: Australia

Women's Merino Wool Pointelle Long Johns 5 5 2 2
I love wool! Especially soft wool! I love, love, love the Merino Wool Pointelle Long Johns!! They are so light and comfortable, yet cozy warm!! December 18, 2013
So far, so good I only got these the other day so time will tell how well they hold up. I think they should do perfectly. I always wear skirts, and I didn't want anything with nylon because in the winter, nylon has serious static issues. I have not had any static with wool. This wool is as light and soft as stated in the description and they don't add any bulk under my clothing. They seemed a little itchy at first but I didn't take time to prewash them--after a day's wear that improved. I ordered according to the size chart and they fit perfectly. I have been comfortable wearing them indoors--even while working all day. The real test: MN winter. The temp today is a whopping 10 below (windchill factor). The wind ripped right through my winter coat and two shirts. My cheeks are about frost bit. I can barely feel my toes. About the only part of my body that stayed comfortable was my legs. January 12, 2013
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