Vulpine merino 2013

Vulpine will shortly have a number of new colours and styles available in their merino collection consisting of a v-neck and regular merino t-shirt (£55), an updated merino Button Jersey (£80) with improved pockets and fit and the brand new Alpine Merino Jersey. Each will be available for men and women in red, blue, grey and green. All will be available in the next few weeks from the Vulpine shop.

Updated button jersey:

Below is the full zip Merino Alpine Jersey with traditional styling and neat pocket details on the back. I’m hoping there’s a magnet somewhere too, we are definitely fans of them on the softshell jacket which we recently reviewed. I like the contrasting yellow zip on the grey version. Price is yet unknown. Will keep you updated when we find out.

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