The Merino Polo - Men&
Blue Polo Shirt - Short Sleeve
The Merino Polo - Men&
The Merino Polo - Men&

The Merino Polo - Men's Polo Shirt - Mazarine Blue - Blue Wren blue

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Our light weight series Polo in vibrant mazarine blue will have you convinced we’ve used silk to make these luxurious but durable classic styled polo shirts. Pleasure, Play or Work, TheMerinoPolo will provide you ultimate comfort on even the hottest of days.

Our Merino Polo is crafted from lightweight and odor-resistant Australian Merino Wool,(87% 18.5 micron / 13% Nylon) making it perfect for all-day wear. Its breathable design keeps you comfortable even during the toughest activities, while its machine-washable fabric makes it effortless to care for. Whether you're at work, pleasure, or play, The Merino Polo is the perfect men's polo shirt for any occasion!

At our store, we want to ensure that you find the perfect fit for your clothing. To help you with that, we have provided sizing charts as per below.

We would describe our polos as 'Regular Fit'.  

For Unisex T's and Long Sleeve Polos.  If you are a lady select one size smaller. 

Example:  Ladies medium in short sleeve is a Ladies SMALL in unisex




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Hugh O'Neill
Merino for hiking

My wife and I discovered the miraculous qualities of merino when we did the Camino de Santiago in Spain a few years ago. It’s comfortable even in hot weather (35ºC plus), lightweight, incredibly easy to wash and dry (it dries in a snap), and, the big secret, virtually stink proof. It really is. So maybe if you have had a hard day’s hiking you might forgo the laundry….
Polo merinos look smart enough for the evening meals too.
Only downside is that is that merino is a bit fragile compared to cotton or synthetics, but I live with that. I bought these for another camino later this year.