A rework of our classic Retro Short the new Geo features an exclusive jacquard geometric check design. Inspired by 70’s runner shorts the style features an elongating high-rise waist and scooped hemline. Designed with a slightly thicker knit than our classic Retro’s to hold and sculpt your curves. The perfect blend of sporty and chic, designed to wear in the studio or street.
67% Ultrafine Merino Wool 21% Nylon 10% Polyester 2% Lycra.
The knit uses a speciality core spun yarn; that means the super fine merino wool is wrapped around a stretch yarn, so only the natural fibres touch your skin.
Designed in Australia. Made in China.
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-Engineered check jacquard knit
-High-stretch core spun yarn
-Double ribbed waistband
-Best suited for everyday wear and low impact practices
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 S/M:
- [ ] Inseam is 8.2cm
Cold Hand Wash with NAGNATA soap or cold machine wash in delicates bag. Do not tumble dry. Dry flat in shade. Do Not Soak
Each garment is knit to shape, meaning there is minimal yarn waste. Australian grown Merino Wool is a natural, renewable and regenerative fibre. Our corespun yarn uses a superfine merino wool, and its high durability means your NAGNATA is designed to last.
Sorry we do not offer refunds for change of mind, however we want you to find the perfect fit for your body so we are happy to facilitate a store credit valid for 1 year.
All items are to be returned in their original condition. Your item/s must have all tags attached with no visible signs of damage or wear; pulls, snags, stretching, stains or odour. Item/s must be returned in the tote bag they were sent out in. For more information please visit our returns page here
or go direct to our Returns Center here