Merino Balaclava

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Merino Balaclava

Made in high quality Merino wool, this mask covers both your head, face and neck.
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Merino Balaclava

  • True Black
Availability: In Stock

Product Description


Made in high quality Merino wool, this mask covers both your head, face and neck.

  • Fabric: 100% Wool

  • Tight Fit

  • Wool Yarn for warmth

  • No chafing seams

Designed for

All Mountain
Outdoor activities

How to take care of your product:

Care instructions

  • In order for you to enjoy the Sweet Protection Wool Garment fully, please take some time to carefully read how you should take care of it.
  • With proper care, your woolen garments can last for decades. And luckily, when it comes to wool, nature does most of the work for you, wool is a remarkable natural product that is extremely adept at keeping itself clean.
  • Because wool naturally resists bacteria, it is both antimicrobial and antibacterial. Meaning you don't need to wash them as often as your cotton or synthetic garments. Just airing them, goes a long way - particularly in humid weather. The moist air picks up and carries dirt and bad odors with it as it passes through the garment.
  • Avoid using or washing together with other clothes that have zippers or Velcro, as they can easily rip the threads in wool knits.
  • Always follow the washing instructions on the care label attached to the garment.
  • Use detergent specifically designed for wool to make the fibers last longer.
  • Hand wash or use the «wool wash» - program which is applicable on most washing machines.
  • Small spots should be cleaned with a brush directly on the affected area, then rinse it through with clean cold water.
  • Avoid washing your wool clothing too often. Airing them after use is enough to keep the wool fresh.
  • Do not tumble-dry! It’s a myth that high temp is the culprit of shrunken or damaged wool garment. In fact it is the agitation that causes the wool fibers to felt together and shrink.
  • Lay flat to dry, to maintain the garments shape - especially when it comes to thicker wool garments such as knitted sweaters. Wet wool will stretch if you hang them.
  • Once dry you are ready for another great day in the mountains!
  • Do Not Bleach Wash using wool program.
  • 30 Mild Do not use fabric softener.
  • Do Not Tumble Dry
  • Do Not Iron
  • Do Not Dry Clean