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Not Your Grandmother's Sweater

Not all wool is created equally. Merino wool comes from a specific breed of merino sheep that is only found in Australia and New Zealand. Their fleece can withstand scorching summers thanks to the super-lightweight and breathable fibers it's composed of.
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Due to the sheep's genetics, Merino is the world’s finest and softest wool—nothing like the scratchy or thick material you may associate with your grandmother’s wool sweater. 
 
Merino wool is a natural and renewable fiber. It uses less energy and water to produce than synthetic fibers. Made in nature, Merino wool is 100% biodegradable and will naturally decompose in a matter of years.