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Fabric: 100% Royal Alpaca Wool
Fabric Dye: Low Impact Dyes (GOTS)
Fabric Finishing: Silicone (OEKO-TEX)
Thread Dye: Reactive Dye
Label: 100% Royal Alpaca Wool
Label Ink: Synthetic (GOTS)


Women's Alpaca Wool Sports Bra

110 Ultralight

Women's Alpaca Wool Sports Bra: 110 Ultralight

Regular price ¥7,300
Regular price Sale price ¥7,300
Low Impact Dyes:

Alpaca vs Merino

Alpaca Wool outperforms Merino.

Alpaca fibers evolved in the harsh Peruvian Andes over millennia, to keep you protected on any adventure.

Unique Semi-Hollow Fibers:
• Lighter Weight
• Higher Insulation

Smoothest Fiber Scales:
• Moisture Wicking
• Softer without Felting

High-Performance Fiber

Pack lighter, travel farther.

Get the most out of nature with the ultimate performance fiber. Explore the outdoors clean and dry, with naturally anti-bacterial and temperature regulating Alpaca Wool.

❊ Anti-bacterial & Odor-resistant
↻ High sweat-wicking
☁ High breathability
☀ UV - Protection
✓ Light & durable

Microplastic-Free World

We put a stop to plastic pollution.

It is our mission to make clothes that allow you to explore nature without contaminating it with microplastics.

This is the first step in making our entire catalog petroleum-free and biodegradable.

We use only biodegradable materials:
• 100% Royal Alpaca Wool Fabric
• 100% Cotton Threads
• 100% Cotton Labels

Size & Fit

• Regular Fit

• Model wears size S

• Model is 5'5" and has 33.8" chest

Shipping & Returns

Free Shipping & Returns on all U.S. orders.

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Essential Racerback Sports Bra

Breathable and ultra-comfortable 100% Royal Alpaca Wool Sports Bra feels soft next to your skin while giving you low to medium support for flexible movement. Our lightweight wool bra naturally regulates your body temperature, repels moisture and resists odor. Wherever your adventure take you, stay comfy with our lightweight wool bra. 

women's alpaca wool sports bra for yoga and hiking
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Soft & Comfortable Wool Bra

For thousands of years, alpacas have been adapting to extreme environments of the Andes Mountains, where temperatures range widely. The harsh highland conditions created the ultimate outdoor fiber, designed to keep you protected, clean, and comfortable.