A New Kind Of Knit
This soft and insulating henley is cut from an innovative Schoeller fabric with active>silver to ward off odors and a technical finish that pulls sweat to the surface, keeping you dry on the run. Wear it alone on a brisk morning run or layer it under a jacket on colder days.
Note: Hare logo is on the left cuff of the garment. Photos on chest do not reflect correct placement.
100% Poylester from Schoeller
Anti-microbial finish with active>silver
Machine Wash Warm With Like Colors
Do Not Bleach or Dry Clean
Fall For The Fells
Runners demand versatile layers. And that versatility starts and ends with the fabrication. Schoeller’s 100% polyester knit is warm yet breathable, absorbent yet quick-drying and includes an anti-microbial finish with active>silver to fight odor-causing bacteria. The waffle-like texture helps move air and moisture while running, and at 150gsm the Fells Layer won’t weigh you down.
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.
The roots of some of running’s highest performance fabrics date back to 1849 when a German named Rudolph Schoeller began manufacturing textiles in Silesia. In 1868 he moved to Switzerland to open the country’s first worsted yarn spinning mill. As rapid industrial growth transformed manufacturing, Schoeller kept pace, embracing technological progress to speed production and automation.
Today, Schoeller Textil AG is known world-wide for producing the most innovative fabrics and technologies for peak athletic performance. They were also the first textile manufacturer to receive the bluesign® award for sustainable development.
To The Henley
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.