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Sizing & Care

Our size chart is intended to act as a guide only. Please contact us if you require additional sizing information.

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  Height Chest Waist Hip Weight
0-3 months 56-62cm
22-24"
44cm
17.3"
43cm
16.9"
44cm
17.3"
6Kg
13lb
3-6 months 64-68cm
25.2-26.8"
47cm
18.5"
45cm
17.7"
47cm
18.5"
8Kg
17.5lb
6-12 months 72-80cm
28.3-31.5"
50cm
19.7"
47cm
18.5"
50cm
19.7"
10Kg
22lb
12-18 months 82-84cm
32.8-33.07"
52cm
20.5"
49cm
19.3"
52cm
20.5"
11Kg
24.4lb
18-24 months 86-88cm
33.8-34.6"
54cm
21.3"
51cm
20.8"
54cm
21.3"
12Kg
26.7lb

Height Chest Waist Hips
2y 92cm
36.2"
54cm
21.3"
51cm
20"
54cm
21.3"
3y 98cm
38.6"
55cm
21.65"
52cm
20.5"
56cm
22"
4y 104cm
41"
57cm
22.5"
54cm
21.3"
59cm
23.2"
5y 110cm
43.3"
59cm
23.2"
56cm
22"
62cm
24.4"
6y 116cm
45.7"
61cm
24"
58cm
22.8"
65cm
25.6"
8y 128cm
50.4"
66cm
26"
61cm
24"
71cm
28"
10y 140cm
55"
72cm
28.3"
63cm
24.8"
77cm
30.3"
12y 152cm
59.8"
78cm
30.7"
65cm
25.6"
83cm
32.7"

Bust Waist Hips
XS 84cm
33"
66cm
26"
91cm
35.8"
S 89cm
35"
71cm
28"
96cm
37.8"
M 94cm
37"
76cm
30"
104cm
41"
L 101cm
39.7"
84cm
33"
112cm
44"
XL 108cm
42.5"
91cm
35.8"
120cm
47.2"
XXL 116cm
45.7"
102cm
40.2"
126cm
49.6"

Chest Waist Hips
XS 87cm
34.3"
71cm
28"
86cm
33.9"
S 94cm
37"
79cm
31"
93cm
36.6"
M 102cm
40.2"
87cm
34.3"
100cm
39.4"
L 109cm
43"
94cm
37"
108cm
42.5"
XL 116cm
45.7"
102cm
40.2"
115cm
45.3"
XXL 124cm
48.8"
109cm
43"
123cm
48.4"

Nui Organics are members of GINETEX – the International Association for Textile Care Labelling. We use their 'Clevercare' garment care symbol’s on our clothing to help you reduce your environmental impact when caring for your clothing.

Laundry alone accounts for approx. 30% of the carbon footprint of clothing. The most effective way in which you can reduce this is to change the way you care for them. And for the most part less means more. Don’t wash too often, reduce your wash temperature. Do you really need to tumble dry, iron or dryclean that shirt?

Check out www.clevercare.info for more info

Wool Care

Nui wool garments are easy to care for and designed to last for years, making it better for your wallet and the planet. Here are a few tips to maintain maximum longevity. It's not as hard as it sounds. Here's how…

1. Only wash as needed.

Merino wool is stain-resistant, odor-resistant, resilient, anti-bacterial, and breathable and has the amazing ability of being able to clean itself. This means it only needs to be aired out between washings to keep it fresh. Especially for your knit sweaters, it is often enough to air them outside instead of washing.

2. Wash on a low temperature

In general, most of our wool garments can be washed in a machine in a water temperature 40°C or less. Preferably, use the wool or delicate cycle. For longevity, and because machine cold water settings can vary greatly, hand washing is our preferred method of washing wool, and always hand wash for our Nui knits. Wool cannot stand significant fluctuations in temperature without shrinking so make sure you wash and rinse at the same temperature.

3. Use a detergent made for wool

Regular laundry detergent contains enzymes that will damage wool so whether hand or machine washing, always use a detergent that is designed to wash wool.

4. Do not soak or wring

If you leave your wool to soak in water it will ruin the wool. Right after washing (hand or machine) get it out to dry on a line or drying rack. Don’t wring excess water out of your wool, this will twist the fibres and put stress on the seams. You can gently press excess water out between a couple of towels before drying, but the more gentle you are to your favorite sweater during washing the more it will love you back for years to come.

5. Dry flat out of direct sunlight

Your merino thermals, merino silk, merino Tencel and all of our light merino can be hung on the line, and will literally dry in minutes. Best practice for our fully-fashioned knits however is to dry flat out of direct sunlight.

Hope that these quick wool washing tips are useful. For best results, please always refer to your garment care label for specific washing instructions.

Pilling

Pilling refers to the tiny wool 'balls' or fuzz that may form on your wool garments with washing and wearing. It is caused by agitation and causes the short fibers to migrate to the surface.

Pilling can easily be removed with a 'de-pilling' comb and once removed they will generally stop forming after one or two washes.