FAQ

Sizing Information

Our sizing is designed for Australian Bodies and is a little more generous than garments made overseas. Please be aware of this particularly in Men's underwear. For Example: If you buy a 2XL in your "overseas made" undies you are more than likely an XL in our Wundies!

See our full sizing chart here.

Fabric Care Information

Yes! 

You can machine wash our clothing on a gentle cold/warm setting. Only use PH Neutral Detergent (no whiteners/brightners or bleach - they cause holes in wool). Definately NO Bleach. Warm Iron. Line Dry or Low Heat Tumble Dry.

We recommend that you don't wash our garments with products that have metal zips or anything they can catch on in the wash

Please read our washing instructions carefully to ensure your Merino stays in the best quality and lasts for many years to come. 

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Lightweight Jersey 175gsm mainly used in our Wundies, T-shirts, Singlets, acessories & hot weather clothing

Midweight Interlock 220gsm - used in our thermals 

Heavyweight Interlock 275gsm - used in our thermals, pants, jackets, skirts, accessories and cold weather clothing 

 

No, we do not advise the use of fabric softeners, brighteners and bleaches on our Merino. These weaken the fabric & put tiny little holes, runs and change the colour in our Merino fabric and are to be avoided as they will destroy your Merino products. If unsure of what to use please contact us on 1800 606 969 and we'll help you out!

 

Yes! However, our Merino is quick drying and we recommend line dry in the shade but it can be put into a dryer on very Low Heat Tumble Dry (remove from Dryer just before completely dry).

Please read our washing care instructions carefully to ensure your Merino stays in the best quality and lasts for many years to come. 

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Fabric information

 

The difference between the lightweight 175gsm (Single Knit Jersey) and heavyweight 275gsm (Interlock) is that the Lightweight jersey is knitted with one set of needles, where as the heavyweight interlock is knitted with two. The heavyweight interlock can be thought of as two 1X1 ribs knitted at the same time and knit together. The heavyweight interlock fabric has the same face on both sides, is thicker and stretchier, and won't curl as much as the lightweight jersey which has a much tighter knit.

Returns and warranty information

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Yes. Goods may be exchanged, refunded or credited to your store account if the item isn't as you envisioned or is not the correct size. Please contact us within 7 days of receipt of the item - All returns are to be made within 14 days.