Baby ski base layer top, undershirt merino wool MERIWARM turquoise

£14.99

We designed this ski/sledge base layer (or first layer) in 100% Merino wool to keep your baby comfortable in a natural and warm material.

Worn as a first layer, this warm, heat regulating, soft and stretch Merino wool thermal base layer keeps your baby warm and comfortable during their sledging outings over a two-year period.

Color: GREY BLUE / Dark blue
Size: size guide

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Product benefits

Warmth

100% merino wool: regulates the temperature.

Adjustable

Cuff that can be folded or unfolded for 2 years of use.

Softness

Merino wool doesn't itch because it is finer than conventional sheep's wool.

Easy dressing

3 press studs at shoulder to open up the collar so that baby's head fits through

Freedom of movement

Stretch component for superior comfort and freedom of movement.

Moisture management

The merino wool captures moisture and transfers it outwards.

Technical information

How to dress your babies so they stay warm on your sledging outings?

To make sure you stay warm and dry, we recommend using the 3-technical-layer rule:
- Layer 1 or base layer (such as this undershirt), to stay dry.
- Layer 2 or an insulating or thermal layer, for additional warmth.
- Layer 3 against bad weather.

Why choose merino wool?

Merino wool is the best material you can choose for your baby for their winter base layer. Indeed, it is a material whose natural properties give your child good thermal regulation. Merino wool is light, soft, doesn't itch and eliminates moisture.

What is the origin and traceability of our merino wool?

Our yarn development team met with the breeders in South Africa to ensure that the wool is obtained without breaching animal welfare regulations. Unlike some countries that export merino wool, South Africa prohibits mulesing. A painful surgical procedure for sheep, to prevent parasites from developing on the animal. It formed partnerships with breeders to ensure the long-term viability of the sector in line with your ethical and technical expectations.

What is the cut of the MERIWARM thermal baby ski/sledging base layer?

The cut of the MERIWARM baby ski/sledge technical base layer (or first layer) is REGULAR.
This is a classic straight cut in a stretch knit fabric that fits the body shape of every baby. The lower back is well covered thanks to an longline cut at the back. The neck is fully covered thanks to the stand-up collar.

Warranty

2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Main fabric 100% Wool

STOCK ADVICE

Dry thoroughly before storing in a dry and well-ventilated place.

TESTS

All the sledging products are tested under the real-life conditions for which they are designed: snow, cold and all the conditions you're likely to encounter when sledging. The design teams, product leaders, engineers and pattern makers ensure that the programme for which the product has been designed and developed corresponds perfectly to its use in the field.

Maintenance advice

Machine wash - 30° max - gentle

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Do not dry-clean

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Environmental Impact

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The carbon footprint of this product is:
5.39 kg CO2e
1 kg of CO2e represents 5km in a petrol car (according to the Base Carbone© of ADEME)
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The environmental note of this product is: C
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