Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie
Bertie

Bertie

Regular price £140 Save Liquid error (product-template line 116): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
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Age range: 18mths-10 years

Bertie are the perfect short trousers. Drawing inspiration from English breeches and the colours of the countryside, Bertie is incredibly comfortable for climbing, whilst still being utterly Boa stylish. Made in a choice of our 100% wool tweed or linen, they are a fully lined trouser that sits below the knee with an adjustable waist and calf, allowing for a tailored fit. The space created at the knee and slight elastication at the back make them very easy to wear.

A true classic and our signature piece. We’ve been told they’re also excellent for cycling.

The side pockets are roomy, and Bertie is fully lined in 100% cotton.

Bertie is made by hand in East London. 

We carry very small quantities of stock, as we try to limit waste. Where we don’t have your size immediately available, we hope that you will wait 2-3 weeks for us to make it especially for you. Please contact us here with any special requests: info@boawool.co.uk.

Wear with our Ralph Jacket and Oscar Shirt

Derbyshire Tweed (100% British wool)

This tweed is scoured, spun, dyed and woven in the UK, using wool from Derbyshire flocks of Shetland, Mule and Blue-Face Leicester sheep. It’s a relatively lightweight tweed of 370gsm

Colour options:

  • Blues (A deep blue with a gorgeous dark and white thread woven through.)
  • Hills (A mid to deep green soft marl. A true classic.)
  • Slate Herringbone (A beautiful pale grey/brown with a mid-thread herringbone delicately running through.)

 

Shetland Tweed (100% pure wool)
Woven in West Yorkshire. A very soft and light (310gsm) tweed, with a beautiful blue thread running through like a windowpane.

Colour options:

  • Merlin (Grey base)
  • Wagtail (Beige base)

 

Harris Tweed (100% wool)
This is pure Harris tweed, handwoven in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland from pure virgin wool.We use a featherweight Harris of 470/500gsm.

Colour options:

  • Blue Marl (what a beauty)

 

Mid weight linen (100% Irish linen)
Beautiful slubby Irish linen, woven in Northern Ireland. Natural variations will occur, which makes us love it even more. Wears beautifully.

Colour options:

  • Mid blue
  • Navy black

 

Linen
Linen has a set of unique properties; it’s incredibly durable, highly absorbent, lint free and non-allergenic. Not only is it all of these things whilst being completely natural, it also gets more beautiful as it ages.

We recommend washing your linen at 30 degrees, with similar colours and prefer to dry naturally.   You may find that your linen is a little stiff once air dried-this will soften as soon as it gets moisture back from the air through wear. We love it without the iron being involved. You may choose to be a little smarter though-in which case it can cope with a hot iron.

Wool
Our tweed is 100% wool.   Wool is one of the oldest fibres known to man and we love it not only for its excellent natural qualities but also for its eco credentials once it reaches the end. Wool is naturally:

  • water repellent, so tends to feel dry and comfortable even in damp weather;
  • odour resistant;
  • stain resistant;
  • sun safe, it protects the skins against UV pollutants;
  • warm and cool, it reacts to changes in body temperature and is both breathable and an excellent insulator;
  • anti-static (so attracts less dust and lint);
  • wrinkle resistant;
  • flame resistant;
  • Biodegradable (once it really is at end of life, it will eventually dissolve back into the soil)

Given all of this, it needs cleaning far less than you think and will usually be best after a hand spot clean and air dry. It prefers dry cleaning where you must.

Linings
Where we’re using tweed, we try to line to avoid any complaints of itchiness that I know mine are prone to. We like to line in 100% cotton-usually lawn, which is a fine (but sturdy) and incredibly soft weave.

Elastics and fasteners
Our elastics are 100% organic or recycled cotton and rubber and we try to ensure that our ties are also.   They’re designed to withstand the same care treatment as the lead fabric of your garment.

Buttons
Our buttons are made from 100% corozo. Corozo is the eco-friendliest of materials and comes from the nuts of the tagua palm tree, which grow in Central America. They’re made into buttons for us in England, according to heritage designs.   They develop a lovely patina with age and will survive the care guidance on your garment. Occasionally we’ll use some limited-edition vintage buttons, where we manage to find some that work well. We’ll always let you know on our garment descriptions.

Delivery

  • We send all items through a standard 1-3 day delivery service in the UK at a flat charge of £7. All orders over £250 are entitled to free delivery.
  • We do not send items outside of the UK at present
  • You are very welcome to order over the telephone if you would prefer.   Please do contact us on: 0203 989 7028 (10am-6pm Monday-Friday, excl. UK Bank Holidays)
  • If you have any questions about your online order, please contact us at: hello@boawool.co.uk
  • We truly hope that you are thrilled with your purchase. If you have any reason to consider a return, we would be glad to accept returns within 30 days of purchase, equally we are very happy to replace faulty items and may even be able to mend pieces that have had too exciting a time. Please follow our returns procedure below or contact our customer services here: hello@boawool.co.uk

Returns

We truly hope that you love your garment. If, for any reason, you need to return, or exchange a garment, Boa Wool accept returns or can offer an exchange on items ordered through boawool.co.uk within 30 calendar days following your delivery date. In the first instance, please contact us at: orders@boawool.co.uk, stating your order reference and we will send you a label to include in your return package, and the returns address.

The item must be in its original packaging, with labels attached.   Return postage is at your expense and we cannot accept responsibility for parcels that fail to reach us here at Boa HQ.

Should you decide to exercise your right to return purchased products, Boa Wool will not accept returned products without the relevant label or seal, or that have been altered from their original status, worn or damaged (unless you are returning as part of one of our ‘take back’ schemes).

Once the goods have been received back by us, you will receive a confirmation email. Your exchange and/or refund will then be processed.

If you need any further information, you can contact us by e-mail at: orders@boawool.co.uk or by telephone on +44 0203 989 7028 Monday to Friday (except bank holidays), between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm (UK time).

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