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BUFF MERINO HEAVYWEIGHT Multitube
22.95 € RRP €34.95
Price incl. VAT plus €16.35 (for delivery to United States of America)
Product code: 232697101
Colour solid black
The warming MERINO HEAVYWEIGHT multitube by BUFF is made from 100% merino wool. It is the ideal companion for environmentally conscious cyclists in cold weather. The merino wool feels comfortable on the skin, is naturally odour-inhibiting and can be worn as active or everyday wear.
• Warm, unisex multifunctional neck warmer made from MERINO WOOL
• Made from MULESING FREE MERINO
• Natural fibre
• Naturally odour-inhibiting
• Mulesing-free merino wool
• Made in Spain
• One size fits all
Material: 100% wool (merino)
In the box:
• 1 BUFF MERINO HEAVYWEIGHT multitube
Highlights & Technolgies:
Compared to traditional wool, merino wool offers a particularly fine fibre. Because of the extreme weather conditions merino sheep are exposed to in nature, the wool has excellent thermoregulation properties and is capable of wicking moisture away from the body particularly fast. Thus, it creates a warm protective layer for the entire body, even when wet. In contrast to traditional wool, merino wool is even not itchy when wet. Thus, merino is perfect as a next-to-skin layer. Yet, merino wool is also ideal for warm summer days since its high breathability has a cooling effect. Thanks to a natural sun protection factor, high comfort and fire resistance, merino wool is a very popular fibre.
MULESING FREE MERINO:
Mulesing is a widespread surgical procedure in Australia, practised in sheep farming for the production of wool. In this procedure, the sensitive skin on the hindquarters of lambs, which has many wrinkles due to breeding, is cut off with a sharp knife and usually without anaesthesia.
The wool for this product comes from sheep that have not been subjected to mulesing, thus setting an example against the torturous procedure. The merino wool BUFF uses comes from merino sheep raised and sheared according to the guidelines of the IWTO (International Wool Textile Organisation).