Ultrafine Merino Cut Two T-Shirt
A near perfect t-shirt made with a Mackenzie 17.5 micron merino jersey, nature’s finest performance fabric. Beautifully soft and remarkably dry to the touch, merino's hygroscopic properties help cool you in the heat and insulate you in the cool. Cut Two is our box cut, squared out with broad-shoulders and a high neck. Pick up three for $295.
Part of our Slim Dungarees + Ultrafine Cut Two pairing.
MACKENZIE 17.5 MERINO JERSEY
100% 17.5 Micron, Top Capped Merino
Knit in Thailand
This is the good stuff, a subtle yet powerful reformulation of one of our absolute core fabrics, a 17.5 micron merino jersey that we use to make near perfect t-shirts. Knit especially for us by Global Merino using their brand new Mackenzie blend standard that creates a finer and more precisely calibrated merino of unsurpassed quality.
Top Capped & Tight Spectrum
Merino is measured in microns, the smaller the number the finer the fiber and the softer the hand feel (and the higher the price). But until now this number was actually an average, a mixture of different micron fibers that averaged out to the reported value, meaning half the fibers actually are thicker than the rating. Global Merino's Mackenzie Blend is top capped, so the number indicates not the average but the absolute maximum thickness that can be included in the blend.
All the merino used in these t-shirts is fully audited and certified by AsureQuality to ensure a pristine supply chain. The fibers can be traced back to the farm (the majority of which are currently in the Mackenzie Basin of New Zealand, hence the fabric name). Global Merino is in direct contact with the growers and only non-mulesed fleece wool is used to create a yarn that's better for everyone from sheep to farmer, from spinner to knitter and from us to you.
Nature's Finest Performance Fabric
We've been calling merino "nature's finest performance fabric" for so long other brands have started copying us verbatim. It's all good though, because it's not a tag line it is a statement of fact, especially when talking about the superfine and superwashed type of merino we like to use. Merino has an incredible dry hand feel because it's surface repels water while it simultaneously pull moisture into it's core, creating a dry body climate. This cools you in the heat and insulates you in the cool, allowing you to wear it further and farther in comfort.
195 gsm 100% Pure Merino
This is the raw, uncut good shit, precisely calibrated to make the best possible t-shirt. The 2-ply, 17.5 micron merino yarns are incredibly soft but at 195 grams per square meter the fabric is durable enough to wear every day. The fabric is a substantive mid weight for a t-shirt, wearable in the widest range of common temperatures. But it's also the lightest weight we are willing to use for a 100% pure merino knit, as it needs the weight and structure to drape properly. All this nets out to a near perfect t-shirt fabric that many of us wear almost every day of our lives.
True to size.
Squared cut, broad shouldered with a high neck. Can be sized up for a boxier fit.
Expect about half a size shrinkage in length when washed and dried.
Garment measurements in inches, measured flat
|Chest - measured flat edge to edge||19||20||21||22||23||24|
|Shoulder - measured flat edge to edge||18||18½||19||19½||20||20½|
|Length - high shoulder to bottom||26¼||26⅞||27½||28⅛||28¾||29⅜|
|Sleeve length - center back to cuff||16¼||16¾||17¼||17¾||18¼||18¾|
Daniele weighs 160lbs is 6'2" tall and wears size M in Black.
Made with 17.5 micron top capped Mackenzie Blend merino
Total weight 180g (size medium)
Made in Thailand with Thai fabric
- For best results hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.
- Can be machine washed and dried but expect about half a size shrinkage in length. (Personally we're split in the office, but most of us machine wash ours)