Proof 72-Hour Tee
Nylon, Merino Wool
- Digging the soft, stretchy fabric (merino-nylon blend)
- Lightweight, which is great for breathability and packability
- Merino wool is one of your favorite materials for travel
It doesn’t feel quite as high quality as some of the other Merino shirts we’ve tested, but it’s lightweight, soft, and stretchy. And it has those magical Merino wool properties we love.
Been noticing some pilling around the shirt. Plus it seems to pick up lint and hair.
Been able to get a handful of wears in between washes (when we do wash, it dries quickly). More with some air-out days in between. Pretty good, but not as long as some other Merino we’ve tested.
Still have this shirt in our weekly rotation. And we’ve taken it on multiple trips including one to Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Having Merino wool clothes while traveling is great.
The heat-pressed label is starting to come off and multiple wears and washes. Not a big deal, just something to note. Nothing new to report otherwise—it’s still going strong.