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Our story


How we got our start?
My wife and I started our merino label in New Zealand in 2011. Having grown up in the mountains of Vermont, and my wife here in New Zealand, we have a love for functional fabrics, like merino wool. For us, it was only logical that we put the love of merino and our love of making clothes together.
What makes our product unique?
Our clothes are made from 100% New Zealand merino wool. For someone like me that likes to spend time outdoors and travelling, merino wool is hands-down the most versatile, unique fabric to use for the things we love. The merino fabric is always the star of Merino 365.
Why we love what we do?
We are product people through and through. The fact that we can make a line of merino wool base layers and basics is immensely desirable to us. Merino wool is the most functional natural fabric and we couldn't be happier to make Merino 365.

"h2"Product Description
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The Merino 365 Women's Slim Cami Tank Top Lightweight is made from a lightweight 17.9 micron merino and provides as much next-to-skin comfort as your favorite top while working overtime to wick away moisture during active sessions or insulating when your core temperature drops. Wear your Slim Cami Tank as a base layer below a short or long sleeve Merino 365 top. And on those warm summer days wear it by itself!

  • 100% New Zealand Merino
  • Made in Fiji
  • Weight: 200 gsm
  • Care for your merino: Wash gentle or wool cycle. Lay flat or air dry. For best results, use a wool detergent
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Color Options Black, Red, Cement 12 Color Options Black Black, Black Heather Black, Cherry Ripe, Cement Black, Cherry Ripe, Orbit Blue
Neck Style Crew/Scoop Neck Crew Neck Crew neck Scoop Neck Crew Neck
Merino Weight 150 gsm 190gsm 190gsm 280gsm 150gsm 200gsm
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Merino 365 Womens Slim Cami Tank Top 100% Merino Baselayer

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