About Merino Wool
WHY WOOL? Wool is a natural, sustainable and biodegradable resource.
ODOR FREE Wool is antimicrobial. Due to superior wicking, absorbing and moisture evaporation, odor causing bacteria can't grow.
TEMPERATURE REGULATION Wool fibers have tiny pockets of air which provide a buffering layer of natural climate control.
BREATHABILITY Only wool dissipates sweat from the skin immediately as a vapor, keeping you dry and comfortable.
RENEWABLE Harvesting wool uses much less energy than is takes to make fossil-fuel dependent, man made synthetics.
WHY MERINO WOOL? Merino Wool is the most comfortable fiber you can put against your skin!
NO SHRINKING Merino wool does not shrink when properly cared for. Machine washed and sensibly dried wool gets softer and more comfortable.
Merino wool is prized for it's fine micron diameter and owes it's light
and airy feel to this distinction. Inferior itch causing wools should
4 SEASON FUNCTIONALITY Merino Wool is comfortable in a wider range of temperatures and activities than any other fabric.
HEALTH BENEFITS Merino Wool is comfortable, but wearing it is a healthy choice too!
Merino Wool's long fibers don't stick out to give you that prickle
effect. Wool is hypoallergenic. A wool allergy is rare, when existent,
is caused by lanolin, a natural coating on the fiber.
Wool releases heat better than synthetics, improving body temperature
regulation. Lower heat retention helps you to work harder for longer.
Wool's completely natural moisture management system ensures your skin
stays healthy, by removing sweat from the skin's surface before it
condenses into a liquid.
The wool fiber outperforms all other common textile fibers in terms of
fire resistance. Wool is difficult to ignite and never melts, so it
can't stick to the skin like synthetics do when they burn.
WOOL CARE Wool is a very durable material which will outlast other types, with proper care.
HAND WASHING TIPS
Hand washing is not necessary, but is encouraged because it improves
the life span of your garment. To wash, use a mild detergent in lukewarm
water and then rinse with cool water. Gently squeeze to remove soap
and excess water. Never wring your wool garments while washing or
MACHINE WASHING TIPS
For most wool garments, machine wash inside-out with cold or warm water
using a mild non bleach detergent. Gentle spin cycle is encouraged.
Powdered soaps should be dissolved completely before adding your
Drying wool garments properly will preserve their size, shape and feel.
After washing, lay flat or hang to dry. Wool apparel tends to dry
more quickly than any other fabric.