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Merino Jersey: Flop Top REVERSIBLE Beanie (2 layers)
Merino Jersey: Flop Top REVERSIBLE Beanie (2 layers)

Merino Jersey: Flop Top REVERSIBLE Beanie (2 layers)

Regular price $33.32 Sale $28.00 Sale

excl. shipping costs

The HumBird Merino Jersey Collection: Made for EveryBody, EveryDay. A clothing line that balances sustainable fabrics with comfort and aesthetics.

For a look at the colours please click here.

This Flop Top beanie has a nice and floppy top, hence its name. Want a little extra flop? The extra option has an extra 2 inches to give it a little extra or for those with a larger ear over head to ear measurement.

Consider sizing one size down when ordering lightweight merino tencel to adjust for the amazing stretch of the fabric and get a slightly trimmer look. 

To pick the colour combo

1. Choose "YES" to customizations.

2. Write in the 2 colours you would like to use. For example "Deep Purple/Coral". To see the instock colours please click on the "For a look at the colours" link above.

3. We do not recommend using 2 colours that are in the Midweight merino tencel jersey as the flop top will be a bit stiff.

Sizing is in cm. Please measure the circumference of your head at the eyebrow.

The HumBird [ Merino x Tencel Collection ] is made with jersey fabric. It has a fabric weight of 200gsm (grams per meter) and is an ideal material to use for year-round comfort. Both Merino and Tencel™ are known for their breathability, moisture management, anti-bacterial properties and being gentle on the skin. These materials are combined together to make an outstanding fabric that is comfy and environmentally responsible.

More on Merino: Our merino is made using the Schoeller EXP method. EXP stands for “EX-Pollution", which describes its avoidance of pollutants during the anti-felting treatment process.

Merino jersey that is considered "easy care" (can be laundered without fulling) is traditionally processed with the use of chlorine and often coated in a polymer (plastic) finish.

In contrast, the EXP method uses salts to keep the wool ecological.

Read more about the process here.

More on Tencel™: Tencel fibers are produced from wood pulp from sustainably managed sources. The yarn is produced in a closed loop production process with high efficiency and low ecological impact.

Read more about Tencel here.

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