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Fells Layer

Size Guide

S

Chest 36.5"
Front Length 26.5"
Sleeve Length 31.25"

M

Chest 39.5"
Front Length 27.25"
Sleeve Length 31.75"

L

Chest 42.5"
Front Length 27.75"
Sleeve Length 32.25"

XL

Chest 45.5"
Front Length 28.5"
Sleeve Length 32.75"

All measurements are garment sizing

Back To
The Henley

We’ve upgraded the fabric in our Fells Layer to a soft and moisture-wicking Merino wool, while retaining the essential details that make a Henley one of the most versatile silhouettes.

Merino Wool Blend Wicks Moisture, Dries Quickly And Resists odors
Three Button Placket

Fabric
65% Merino Wool
35% Polyester

Care
Machine Wash Cold
Delicate Cycle
With Like Colors
Tumble Dry Low Heat

Zac is 5'10 and wears a size Medium.

Fall For
The Fells

The performance properties of Merino wool make this long sleeve an ideal layer for late fall. It’s temperature-regulating, odor-repelling and dries in a flash, with the comfort and easy-going style of a Henley you’d pair with jeans. The waffle-like texture helps move air and moisture while running, and ensures this shirt feels light as air.

Three For Three

We selected the three-button Henley silhouette for its functionality: button all the way up for extra coverage or leave it open when the run heats up. With a looser-fitting cut, the Fells works well on its own as a technical top or layered under a jacket.

Henley, A History

The three-button style derives its name from England's Henley-Upon-Thames, home to the world’s most prestigious rowing regatta. Popularized in running during the "Chariots of Fire Era," the Henley became a sportswear staple but by the 1970s was co-opted by fashion. We thought it was high time to return the utilitarian style to its athletic roots.

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