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
65% Merino Wool
Machine Wash Cold
With Like Colors
Tumble Dry Low Heat
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.