The Swanndri Zip Neck Jersey is very warm, comfortable and practical. A popular choice as a hard wearing work jersey that is also great for weekend casual with jeans.
- Made of 65% New Zealand wool blended with 35% polyester
- Hardwearing knitwear with long term performance
- Sizing is standard (NOT oversized as per Swanndri Bush Shirt range)
- Model wears size Large
- Model Statistics
Height – 6’2.5 (190cm)
Chest – 41″ (104cm)
Waist – 36″ (92cm)
Collar – 17″ (43cm)
Swanndri use the finest New Zealand wools to weave a fabric more durable and hard wearing than any competitor has yet been able to re-create.
A New Zealand legend
The reputation of Swanndri is built on the foundation of solid, strong, tough performance wear. Natural fabric is woven to exact specification and then treated to provide the famous water-repellent properties.
The work shirt, made from one hundred percent pure New Zealand wool was fabled for its durability and practicality and quickly became the choice of pioneering New Zealanders. Its unsurpassed fabric keeping them warm and dry in the winter. To this day the original design remains unchanged and is as relevant to today’s New Zealanders as it was almost a century ago.
Strong & Tough! – Swanndri use the finest NZ wool to weave a fabric more durable and hard wearing than any competitor has yet been able to re-create. Once manufactured fully in NZ, these days the final construction is completed off shore to Swanndri NZ highest standards.
How to Measure Your Chest : Measure around the fullest part of your chest, place the measuring tape close under the arms and make sure the tape is flat across the back.
BUSHSHIRTS ARE OVERSIZED – (Original, Mosgiel & Ranger Styles) are generously sized to allow for the clothing worn underneath, so there is no need to allow an extra size for this. please take this into consideration when choosing your size. For the most accurate size choice, compare the “Bushshirt Chest Size” to something you currently wear.
How to Measure A Garment : Measurement should be done by laying a similar style garment down flat and then measure from one armpit to the other (2cm down from the armpit seam).