- helps keep you warm. Wool fibers are fluffy with tiny air pockets that act as barrier between you and the cold.
- also helps keep you cool! In the Sahara Desert, Bedouins wear thin wool clothing to help them keep cool in the scorching heat. This is also a phenomenon of the air pockets that create a barrier between them and the heat.
- is moisture wicking, thus, creating a naturally anti-microbial
environment preventings mold, mildew
from infiltrating. So because your sweat is mostly absorbed by wool, it doesn't stink the way other materials do.
- is flame-resistant. Wool's natural moisture content makes it
- is hypoallergenic. Dust-mites don’t like wool. They prefer hot humid environments that are more common in synthetic or down products.
- is a natural and renewable resource.
- is highly durable due to it's highly flexible fibres and if properly cared for it can last a lifetime.