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Merino Jersey: Soboho Tank
Merino Jersey: Soboho Tank

Merino Jersey: Soboho Tank

Regular price $72.59 Sale $61.00 Sale

excl. shipping costs

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

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For a slightly more relaxed look (like mine) please buy the size you measure into. For a more fitted look consider sizing one size down. Please note that the finished length is to the side hem. Due to the curved front the actual front and back hems fall about 2-3" longer. 

Customizations: ONLY hem length. If you would like less length please leave in the customizations box "hem minus __ inches please". So if you would like 2 inches taken off please write "hem minus 2 inches please".

The soboho tank is fitted around the bust and semi fitted in the waist and hips. It is perfect for those that prefer a more flowing look. The edges are left unfinished and after the first wash will have a fashionable roll to them. 

The most important measurement is your bust measurement. The fabric is stretchy and will stretch a few inches more than the pattern recommends. We do NOT recommend sizing up for the bust due to the desire to keep the bust within the fabric.

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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