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Tararua Dual Wool Full Zip Jacket NZNC

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  • 5
    tararua jacket

    Lightweight and comfortable

1 Review

  • 5
    tararua jacket

    Lightweight and comfortable

Description

New and Exclusive to New Zealand Natural Clothing, NZ made from Corriedale Wool outer and 100% NZ Merino lining.

The Tararua Full-Zip Dual wool-lined Jacket with zipped pockets

This 450 GSM weight garment is technically perfect to block wind chill while breathing as Wool Merino Garments do; protecting from odour while maintaining body temperature by linking a soft 100% NZ grown Merino 19.5 Micron fibre to 32 Micron Coarse Lambswool.

The outcome of our design is soft warm active knits with an anti-pilling stronger outer knit shell.

The Corriedale wool is off sheep on Cape Campbell Station and the Merino from down the Road at Isolation Station, Awatere Valley, Marlborough NZ

There are two other versions, the 1/4 Zip Jersey & Full Zip Hoody.

Features;

  • Saddle Shoulder for comfort and free movement
  • Dual-layer wools linked by natural fibre
  • Full-zip kangaroo pockets with soft 100% Merino linings
  • Corriedale Wool knit outer, a crossbreed sheep with its wool quality bred to be soft yet strong.
  • 19.5 GSM 100% Merino Inner from Isolation Station
  • Longer length for better cover
  • Lyocell -Tencel tm Linking yarn is made from renewable raw material wood processed responsibly to cellulosic fibres perfect for garments blending different natural fibres 
  • Full zip through collar to cover the neck
  • Two internal pockets  

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Why is this range of Dual-wool garments called the Tararua?

New Zealand Natural Clothing is based with 2 stores on each side of the Tararua Mountain Range, Formed as a district in 1989 from 5 councils, Tararua has struggled to shake off its Manawatu branding so we are proud to name this range of garments off our District.