Noble Wilde Linen Shorts
100% Belgian linen. Extra heavy 227g weight twill - no show through in lighter colours!!
Longer style Bermuda shorts. Made in New Zealand from 100% Belgian Linen.
Keeping cool and covered from the sun is easy in linen...
- Elastic waist with drawstring
- Side pockets
- 100% Belgian linen. Extra heavy 227g weight twill - no show through in lighter colours!!
- Designed and made in New Zealand
Machine wash on a warm, delicate cycle. Wash with like colours, inside out. Use mild detergents. No bleach. Do not tumble dry.
Top Tip: Iron your linen while slightly damp for best results.
Linen is produced from flax and is a sustainable, 100% natural and biodegradable fibre.
- Linen becomes stronger when wet, increasing the durability and longevity of your garments. Linen thread is twice as strong as cotton and three times stronger than wool.
- Linen very effectively absorbs and evaporates moisture (whether it be perspiration or water) making it an incredibly cooling fibre to wear. Those wearing linen have been found to have a skin temperature 3-4 degrees cooler, and also sweat up to 1.5 times less than someone wearing other fibres.
- Over time linen softens and becomes increasingly more comfortable to wear. It is virtually lint free, non-static, non-allergenic, naturally insect-repellent and provides UV protection.
- During production the parts of the flax plant not used to create the linen fibre are not wasted, the leftover seeds, oil, straw and fibre are used in everything from lino and soap, to cattle feed, oils and paper. Making linen one of the most sustainably produced fabrics.
- The production of linen fabric uses up to twenty times less water and energy than the production of cotton or synthetic fabrics.
About Noble Wilde
For over three decades Noble Wilde has perfected the blending of two of the most exceptional natural fibres in the world, the dense silken wool of Merino, and the luxuriant fur of the possum. Recently, they've added a Summer linen collection to their range. Proudly made in Christchurch, New Zealand by a company that values its people, customers and local community while minimising its impact on the environment.