Mons Royale In Store Now
MORE VERSATILE MERINO
From Lake Wanaka New Zealand, Mons Royale creates versatile merino clothing designed to deliver both technical performance and style. They don’t think you should have to compromise on either one of these, which is why they strive to design garments that riders love because they work brilliantly and feel great to wear. They want to create clothes you want to wear every day, not just the days you’re out on the hill.
Good gear costs hard-earned readies so you should expect value in return and we think a single use garment you leave in the drawer 340 days a year doesn’t cut it.
Mons make awesome garments from merino wool that perform as brilliantly as they look. From Garments that work for activities in your life and for kicking back in afterwards. Garments you can wear whilst bragging about it in the bar and keep you looking sharp the whole time. Mons Royale design for riders’ lifestyles.
There goal is to create garments that work as well on the mountain as they look good on the street. They do this with merino wool because it’s way better than any other fibre for the kind of activities there into – It is super soft, warm (even when it’s wet), ultra-breathable, helps to regulate your temperature, dries quickly and doesn’t stink.
This approach has built a global fan base who share Mons belief that performance and style are not polar opposites. Mons Royale is worn by some of the World’s best action sports athletes, including the New Zealand Olympic Team.
What’s all the fuss about merino wool? Turns out that whilst merino sheep might look pretty simple – standing out in paddocks in all weathers looking all monochrome and stuff – they’ve actually evolved themselves a pretty sophisticated technical clothing system that we’re fortunate enough to be able to borrow because it still works perfectly, even when the sheep isn’t wearing it.
We could show you a whole load of techy diagrams here but to simplify things, let’s say that the unique structure of the fibres in merino wool deliver some pretty handy benefits.
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