If you’ve never tried merino, give these a try. Nice thickness, odor + wrinkle resistant.
The one I’ve stuck with the longest. These designers are wizards.
The cut of these T’s is one of my favorites. Cotton just doesn’t last as long as the merino, though.
Super soft and thick and good. Not for summertime, tho. Western Rise are wizards.
These merino shirts are the best everyday button up. They work better than I thought was possible.
Tailored a little, some may not like it, but but this shirt is very good. They call it a “performance professional dress shirt.”
Lightweight, tons of mobility, looks stylish and clean. We love wearing this shirt.
Merino and nylon blend makes for a very classy-yet-casual look.
The only chonies I’ve used for 5+ years. Soft, flexible, no gimmicks. Wash them in the sink when traveling. Intimates.
Zero BS, soft, solid and comfortable. Easy California sexy if they fit well.
So stretchy and comfortable. Darker washes look better in this fabric. I go for the Performance Denim Slim.
Superior to jeans in comfort, weight and mobility. Perfect stretch.
A thin pant that’s epic for travel. Stain resistant and packs down small.
Excellent performance. Very technical fabric. Not super stretchy. I know guys who’ve only worn these for 3+ years. Worthy.
Carbon-peached, 4-way stretch, moisture wicking, loungy AF.
I live in this jacket, travel everywhere in it. With a merino shirt it’s warm enough for almost anything. #RIP
Excellent layering item for when you definitely need a jacket but it’s not so cold you need insulation.
Stuffs into tight spaces, keeps the wind off you, looks clean. Cool brand.
Such a nice fleece lining on the torso, and minimal insulation to perform even in surprisingly cold weather. Good dad vibes.