Do you go hang off something or just hang out?

The new light weight version of Wilderness Wear's super functional and slick looking MerinoFusion is here.

Climber and official Wilderness Wear ‘mate’ Angi Kim is a recent convert to #mefu, MerinoFusion.
Here’s why:
The material is a new woven 50/50 hybrid of Tasmanian Merino wool and world-renowned Schoeller polypropylene – combining to create the best of both worlds, natural and man-made fibers together: Think warmth, softness, odour control, (sensational) moisture wicking, fit and ventilation.
So, when climbing a sweet sandstone line at the Arapiles, or messing about town in search of anything that does not look like work, these garments are a great piece of action kit and casual wardrobe combined. And yes, they can go as baselayer or outer … whatever the moment dictates.

Women's MEFU Light 160

The MerinoFusion story started for Wilderness Wear with the in-house R&D and knitting of the 190gsm weight of this material, put initially to long sleeve designs for both men and women in a range of colours – with the mix of yarns giving the distinctive pattern. (Admittedly, that was mostly luck, but you take what you can get in this world, right?) The use for this was definitely cool climate, given its ‘powerful’ thermal qualities. But the new lighter version at 160gsm is definitely multi-season and is available also in short sleeve versions.

Men's MEFU Light 160

MerinoFusion is a hybrid weave that creates a hard wearing yet soft, luxurious next to skin feeling material that is perfect for base-layer thermals. Ideal for running, multi-discipline adventure racing, climbing cycling, hiking, skiing and sailing. It provides the best of both worlds - nature made plus man-made

'The merino fusion light garments that your provided 
for me to wear during my cycling expedition in Alaska, 
are the best I have ever used as a base layer'

— by Dr. Kate Leeming (Breaking the Cycle Yukon)