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Superfine Merino wool seamless Balati biker short with two-tone rib, single layer jacquard knit. The style features a ribbed waistband, length is mid thigh, with gusset for comfort. The signature fabrication has a super-soft second-skin feel against the body and offers mid compression for support. The rib biker is branded with a knitted Nagnata logo on the front and back waistband.
Made with 71% Responsible Wool Standard Certified (RWS) Merino Wool, 25% Polyester, 4% Elastane
Designed in Australia. Made in China.
Models wear XS/S
Please refer to ghost mannequin for true representation of colour and detail.
-Two-tone rib, single layer jacquard knit
-Circular seamless knit
-Double rib waistband for added support
-Mid thigh length
-Suitable for heated practices and mid-high impact exercise
Our measurements are an indication, as Nagnata knitwear fit will vary due to compression, yarn and knit structure. All garments are measured flat on size XS/S: - Front rise is 18.5cm - Waistband along edge is 27cm - Hem opening is 16.5cm - Inseam is 14.5cm Fits true to size. Size up for more coverage. See our SIZE GUIDE page for more details.
Cold Hand Wash with NAGNATA soap or cold machine wash in delicates bag. Do not tumble dry. Dry flat in shade. Do Not Soak
Knitted on circular machines the garment is made using high contents of Merino wool. Australian grown Merino wool is a natural, renewable and regenerative fibre. Our original fabric construction uses a superfine Merino wool and polyester blend. Its high durability means your Nagnata is designed to last.
NAGNATA happily accept returns within 7 days of receiving your order for credit note or exchange only. We do not offer refunds unless deemed faulty by our team. Items must be in original condition, tags attached with no visible signs of damage or wear; pulls, snags, stretching, stains or odour. All returns must be sent back in their tote bag. For more information please visit our returns page here or go direct to our Returns Center here