AoB Lory Merino Henley
Half of the profit of each shirt sold will be donated to Asheville on Bikes.
Try our Lory Merino Crew Top, with slightly different cut and styling, same versatility.
Made To Order, Less Waste™ simply means minimizing waste — by making only what is needed — and maximizing our flexibility to offer customers more choices, more colors, sizes and fits.
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- (34%) Soft merino yarn sits next to skin and pulls away moisture while regulating temperature. And the (66%) polyester yarns are knit to the outside, facing the elements, delivering toughness and quick drying.
- Henley snaps quickly to adjust for optimal comfort
- Resists Odor
- Base layer or single layer versatility
- Sewn in the USA (Old Fort, NC)
SIZE CHART - LORY MERINO HENLEY TOP
* SIZE CHOICE MAY DEPEND ON HOW YOU CHOOSE TO WEAR THIS GARMENT. IF YOU WISH TO WEAR AS A SHIRT, SIZE DOWN. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE MORE ROOM FOR LAYERS, SIZE UP.
**SLEEVE LENGTH IS MEASURED FROM CENTER OF BACK OF GARMENT TO END OF SLEEVE
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- sleeve length
- wind vest
- size medium
- fall riding
- base layer
The Lory is the perfect long-sleeve for fall riding, and will be a great base layer in winter. Wool is simply pure magic; it keeps you cool enough if you start getting warm, and warm when the air gets chilly. The material is not too thick, and currently I'm wearing it on it's own, or with a wind vest over. I am 5'10" but have a fairly short torso. I am wearing a size medium, and it fits nicely. It will be perfect for a base layer as it's pretty form-fitting. The sleeve length is nice and long, too! But, if you want something slightly looser, I would size up.