NICE CLOTHES DON'T TRAVEL WELL
TRAVEL CLOTHES AREN'T FASHIONABLE
Wear a Merino shirt and forget about it for the rest of the trip.
It is naturally antibacterial and far more wrinkle resistant than cotton, so it can be worn longer.
No need to pack & iron a stack of shirts, or make repeated changes at the hotel just to stay fresh.
The saved time will preserve the energy necessary to handle the rigorous demands of travel.
Merino’s climate management has been perfected by nature from the deserts to the mountains for over 10,000 years.
It manages the microclimate between the shirt and skin to better adapt to the macro climate changes. Perfect for the rapidly changing temperatures of a day spent transitioning between humidity - air conditioning - compressed airplane cabins - etc.
With advancements in wool, there is finally an alternative to polyester plaid and khaki cargo shorts.
Only natural fibers belong in boardrooms and First Class cabins. So, we used the most advanced textile technology to create a lightweight fabric that isn't heavy and fuzzy like the wool of the last century.
It’s built for travel, but looks so good that you’ll probably find reasons to wear it everyday.
I travel for a living and Libertad is the first Merino shirt I’ve owned. It’s a game changer. I even wore it when I proposed to my girlfriend at the Eiffel Tower!
— Benny Lewis, 2013 National Geographic Traveler of the Year
I wore it to a few conferences, and got a bunch of compliments on it. So, when he announced he was taking orders, I was thrilled to buy two more of the same cut, different color. I didn't even ask the price.
— Derek Sivers, Founder of CD Baby, TED Speaker, Minimalist
I do three shows per week and I used to have to pack a shirt for every performance. Now, I just need one. When you're not famous, it's extra important to look good and be odor free at all times.
— Henry Phillips, Actor, Writer, Comedian, Punching the Clown
We offer two fits to accommodate different body shapes and personal preferences.