Light, warm and soft hipsters in 100% super fine merino wool. Let nature keep you warm and comfy.
The Houdini design department has spent years looking for the right material in 100% merino wool. It’s not easy to find a fabric that deliver to our standards for performance, quality and sustainability. After many meeting of fabric stroking, many prototypes and extensive field testing, they finally landed on the fabric Solid Merino.
It’s a super fine 100% merino wool fabric from Australia. Guaranteed mulesing free. Houdini never mixes wool and synthetics. The reason is that they now have a completely circular product: Renewable and both biodegradable and recyclable. Solid Merino provides all the benefits of pure merino wool. It’s naturally odor resistant, keeps you warm even when it’s wet and has a cool feeling against the skin when it’s hot outside. The fit is slim and slightly longer for extra comfort.
The Desoli hipsters will keep you warm on the mountain, in the city and anywhere in between. It works perfectly for skiing, bicycle commuting, climbing or hiking.
The Desoli wool series comes in zip, crew, tee, tights and underwear. Find your favorites and mix and match. This product is recyclable and we kindly ask you to return it to us when it’s completely worn out.
Super fine 100% merino wool 17,5 µm
Natural anti-odor and anti-static
Extended sleeves with thumb loops
Backdrop for extra comfort
Seams placed in non-friction areas
Renewable and biodegradable
weight: 150 g/sqm
Made in Lithuania Weight 34 g
The ultimate organic solution. Super fine merino wool knitted into a light and soft fabric for all type of adventures.
100% merino wool 17,5 µm
Mulesing free merino wool from Australia
Weight: 150 g/sqm
Vapor and moisture management
Naturally odor free
Made from renewable and biodegradable fibers
Size & Fit:
Tove is 172 cm / 5’6” tall and is wearing size S
Wool is a fantastic material with natural bacterial and dirt resistance. Therefore, wool does not need to be washed after every use. Frequent washing has a negative effect on the wool's properties and unnecessarily wears down the garment. Instead, air your wool garments to reduce your water usage, save energy and make your garments last longer.
Use a washing bag to protect your garments.
Machine gentle wash at max 30 degrees, preferably with a wool program.
If you can, use wool detergents. Otherwise use mild, environmentally certified detergents and make sure to use the right dose. Select a detergent that has a neutral pH and no enzymes.
Avoid bleach and alkaline substances that raise the pH value. Also avoid enzymes such as protease or amylase since these can break down wool, which give this material its natural performance properties. This also applies to silk.
Avoid fabric softener. Besides being harmful for our environment, they have a negative impact on the garment performance, mainly moisture transportation and breathability.
Do not dry in tumble dryer.
Shape the garment after washing and lay flat to dry.
About Houdini Sportswear
Ski, climb, hike and explore the wild with minimal environmental impact
Houdini is a Swedish brand founded by mountaineer Lotta Giornofelice, a pioneer in the production of responsible outdoor clothing. The team of Houdini have spent the last 25 years creating sustainable alternatives for the sportswear.
Houdini uses fabrics that are recycled, recyclable, renewable, biodegradable or Bluesign certified. From the Spring 2021 100% of their fabrics fulfill this promise. Houdini doesn’t use harmful chemicals in their production and they have reached the Bluesign chemical standards. They encourage the longevity of their products by offering a repair service, and when the garment is totally worn out, you can return it to them for recycling, or for example compost it if it’s biodegradable.
Manufacturing at Houdini mainly takes place at selected and specialized European manufacturing partners in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. Their fabrics are sourced mainly from Japan, Taiwan and Italy. Houdini is following buying practices that enable living wages and good labour conditions, such as long-term relations with factories, and concentrating production at a limited number of factories
Houdini has the goal to use 100% renewable energy by 2030. They already manufacture all their products from recycled and recyclable or renewable and naturally biodegradable fibers, and work to integrate regenerative materials such as waste from land, ocean or air turned into resource has been initiated.