Adena Merino Longsleeve Tee
Made Just For You
Merino Wool Versatility
This is a unique piece in your gear, appropriate for hotter weather when you need the sun protection of longsleeves, but also suitable as a multi-functional base layer. The Merino blend offers benefits far beyond average tee shirt material; low-stink, warm when wet, and breathable.
The fit and function is based on our proven, very popular longsleeve synthetic tee, the Moraine (women’s fit). Intentional seam construction allows it to move with you, stretches as you reach and twist, and then returns to shape. We predict that you’ll forget you’re wearing it, it fits so well!
The synthetic material in the blend ensures durability,resilience, and years of service. A versatile longsleeve tee, serving you in a broad range of weather conditions so you can minimize the number of garments you carry in your adventure travels.
- 55% Merino 45% synthetic Fabric blend maximizes durability, odor control and stretch recovery
- Gussets for ease of mobility
- Base layer or single layer versatility
- Raglan sleeves for excellent mobility
- Wicks moisture and dries quicker than pure merino
- Contoured rear drop-hem for maximum coverage
- Sewn by artisans, one at a time just for you, in Old Fort, NC
OUR CREW OFTEN RIDES HARD AND WE ARE HERE FOR YOU WHEN THINGS GO AWRY. IF YOU CRASH AND TRASH YOUR KITSBOW, GET IN TOUCH WITH US.
If it can be repaired, we'll do that for a reasonable charge. If it can't be repaired (if you were really ripping it), we'll figure out a way to get you back on your bike wearing Kitsbow anyway. Just get in touch. The same policy applies to typical wear and tear: we'll repair it for a reasonable charge (if it can be repaired) or get you back into Kitsbow some other way if it cannot be repaired.
Caring for your Kitsbow gear properly will extend its life by maintaining its performance, fit, and quality.
Wash Instructions: Machine wash cool, Do not bleach, Line dry, OK to dry clean, Cool iron
Main: 55% Merino Wool | 45% Polyester
Sewn in USA from Domestic + Imported Materials
- mile run
- wind breaker
- Blue Ridge Mountains
- Tempest Merino Tight
My new favorite
I live in the Blue Ridge Mountains and it's finally starting to get cold (Nov 2022). When the daylight grows shorter and the temps fall, I turn to running to maintain fitness and mix up my routine. Today it was drizzling rain and 33 degrees and I decided to go for a run. I like running in the rain, but when the temp is near freezing, it's imperative to have the right gear. I wore the Adena Merino Long Sleeve Tee, the Tempest Merino Tight and a light wind breaker. This was the first real test for the Adena and it turned out to be the perfect choice. I stayed comfortable throughout the four mile run despite getting wet. Finding pieces that help make the transition into late fall/early winter seamless (ha!) are key to embracing the experience and spending as much time as possible outside.