2 × Long Johns

$117
(Save 14%)

Army Green + Navy Blue

Our Long Johns constructed in lyocell are designed to fit comfortably as an everyday base layer. The fibre composition regulates body temperature while the tailored, skin-like fit eliminates bunching and bulging, allowing for free, unrestricted movement.

  • Regular waist, snug fit
  • Recommended to be worn as a single layer
  • 95% lyocell/5% elastane
  • Smoother than silk, softer than cotton
  • Enhanced pouch for comfort and fit
  • Naturally anti-bacterial 
  • Breathable and moisture-wicking
  • No tag construction
  • Consciously constructed in Portugal
          Lyocell
          The silk-like softness of our products is spelled lyocell. Lyocell is the most sustainable cellulose fabric available, and the ultimate choice for underwear. The fabric is sourced from wood, and refined in a closed-loop system where 99% of the non-toxic solvent used is recycled. Lyocell absorbs dye better than other cellulose fiber, resulting in vibrant colour (and less dye needed). It requires less water than cotton, while providing a softer and more durable quality. The result is breathing, antibacterial underwear that maintains its’ shape, colour and luster.

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