Vincent Graphene Baselayer
Our most innovative piece of knitwear to date. Developed to enhance performance in testing sub-zero environments. The Vincent combines the soft touch of Merino wool with the technical properties of graphene, one of the strongest and thinnest materials ever discovered. It boasts antibacterial and hypoallergenic properties, electro and thermal conductivity, unsurpassed heat retention and anti-radiation characteristics. The Vincent is hugely efficient at transporting warmth around the body, while engineered venting systems on the spine, underarm and sternum further regulate core temperature.
- 12-gauge knit
- 94% Merino wool, 6% graphene
- Graphene provides ground-breaking heat distribution
- Anti-odour, anti-bacterial, anti-raditation, anti-UV, anti-pilling
- Venting on the spine, underarm and sternum
- Each baselayer is unique due to the natural veining of the graphene fibres
- Embroidered Shackleton star logo in grey on the sleeve
- Made in the UK
Measurements in centimetres
Sleeve length (from under arm) (2)
Across shoulder (3)
Body length (shoulder to hem) (4)
Graphene is a revolutionary material, first isolated in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who took a block of graphite and dissected it layer by layer until only one remained. It is the lightest, strongest, most conductive material ever discovered.
Graphene can regulate body heat better than any other material on earth. Due to its thermal conductive properties, body warmth is preserved and distributed when in cold climates and then dissipated accordingly during spells of physical exertion.
Graphene equates to clothing that is lighter, warmer and tougher. And it doesn’t stop there. It also reduces humidity, is anti-microbial, anti-UV and anti-radiation.