Made from soft, organic merino wool that is both light and stretchy. The merino wool is naturally thermoregulating and breathable, which means this bodysuit can be worn for both playtime and naps throughout the day. The bodysuit has a smooth and even surface, but if you look closer at the fabric, you will see that it has a tiny rib structure for flexibility and stretch so your baby can move around and play freely. The American neckline is perfect for babies and newborns as it offers plenty of room and flexibility whenever you change your young child in and out of the bodysuit. The poppers between the legs also make it easy for you to change your baby.
Material weight: 210 gr/m2
Material: 100% organic merino wool. Mulesing free wool: Yes
Layers: Base layer
Our signature wool quality. 1×1 products have a smooth and even surface, but if you take a closer look at the fabric, you will see that it has a tiny rib structure.
All our 1×1 products have received a unique 10-hour environmentally friendly enzyme treatment, which leaves you with an incredibly soft and itch free product. This knitting technique gives the 1×1 medium stretchability and a comfortably light feel with plenty of freedom to move. Essentially, this means that your 1×1 products will stretch when worn, but the wool fibres will contract again after wash. The wool fibres are raw (untreated) which means that the naturally insulating and moisture absorbing properties of the wool are kept intact.
DILLING’s wool is unique. Our wool is produced without chlorine and plastic (Superwash).
To keep the wonderful, natural properties of the merino wool fibres intact, machine wash your wool clothing on a wool setting at 30°C (a low spin cycle of 800 is preferred) or hand wash in lukewarm water. Remember to always use wool detergent.
If you handwash your wool, do not leave the wool clothing to soak as this will damage the wool fibres. Rinse in clean water. Do not wring. Instead, gently press the water out. Hang or lay your wool clothing to dry on a drying rack.
Machine wash on wool setting at 30°C
Use wool detergent
How to store your wool
To protect your woollen clothing from moths, wash them at the end of the season. When they are completely dry, store them