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Yak Wool Baselayers – From Tibet to the World

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This is a series of outdoor clothing made with Yak wool from the Tibetan Plateau. Yak is warmer, softer and more breathable than merino wool. The baselayers are designed for performance, comfort, and style. It will make you ready for any adventure in the mountains or the city. All of their yak fiber is ethically sourced directly from the herders on the Tibetan Plateau. The Kailash 1/4 Zip, Nomad Crew, and Namtso Tee are made with a lightweight 190gsm fabric that is a blend of 65% Yak, 35% Tencel (an eco-friendly natural fiber from Eucalyptus tree). Stay warm and comfortable with these yak wool baselayers while you explore the world and push yourself to the limit. With a focus on performance, comfort, and style, they started with a tailored cut that functions as well as it fits. They then added raglan sleeves so you can freely move your arms without restriction. Flat seams are used to get rid of chafing, and the seams are placed away from where rubbing occurs (such as under the arms, and on top of the shoulders). An extended torso doesn’t ride up and gives extra coverage and warmth. They have placed their labels with care, so they stay out of your way and don’t itch and scratch.

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65% yak wool, 35% tencel
Kailash 1/4 zip, Nomad Crew, Namtso Tree,
190 gsm lightweight fabric
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