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about our wool

We source Woolmark® certified merino directly from the McBride family farm located on the coastline of SE Australia.

As a family-run organization, the McBrides are creating a sustainable company for generations to come. The farm is specifically focused on improving energy efficiencies, land conservation, and biodiversity.

lightweight stretch jersey

A lightweight fabric with just the right amount of stretch, intended to be worn as an underlayer.

68% Ultrasoft Merino Wool
25% Nylon
7% Spandex
180 GSM
17.5 Micron

Customer Reviews

Based on 77 reviews

Light but warm. Definitely will buy again.


Not the same product that it was less than a year ago. Fabric quality is different. Less stretch. It’ll do, but prefer my other pair

Height: 5'7
Weight: 135
Size Purchased: S
Usual Size: S
Indispensable leggings wearable year round.

I love these! They are by far, my favorite thing to wear under wool& dresses. My temps are typically cool, not above high 70s and the light feel and comfort are wonderful for every season. I do not like thick leggings or tights. These are the perfect fabric weight and stretch without the sporty seems that I don't want when wearing dresses.
I have very long legs and I find these surprisingly cover to my ankles. A great wool& product that took 1.5 years of almost daily wear to wear out. I just received my new ones.

Height: 5'7"
Weight: 172
Size Purchased: L
Usual Size: L
they're really footless tights - exactly what I wanted!

I got these to wear with dresses in lieu of tights. I already have 2 pairs of Frankie shorts which are the same fabric, so I knew I would like them. They're so lightweight I think that instead of marketing them as leggings, they should be marketed as footless tights. My plan is to wear them with flats in the fall, and then in the winter tuck them into socks and ankle boots.


Very comfortable but I wish I could have ordered these in a length. They get a little baggy. I would have preferred a “short”.

wearing merino comes with advantages