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.
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.