Go Green with Wool

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

Going green doesn’t only mean eating organic food. It also means supporting pro-environment causes and patronizing products that are natural. However, it is hard to find such products today except for clothing of course.

Many clothing companies are still using natural materials like cotton and wool in making their products but I would prefer products made of wool for I want comfortable, practical and beautiful clothing made with the highest quality fibers, yarns and fabrics.

Wool has several qualities that distinguish it from cotton, polyester and other synthetic fibers. Aside from being resistant to dirt and wear and tear, it is also resistant to static electricity and has a lower rate of flame spread. It is less likely to spark or cling to the body.

Ramblers Way worsted wool is lightweight and readily absorbs and gives off moisture. It is equally warm and cool and can be worn nearly year-round. It is very versatile that you can wear it outdoors for your biking, fishing, walking, etc., or wear it under your office uniform while staying warm, dry and comfortable. Imagine yourself sleeping on your clean bed with just a soft, spongy wool clothing on. Just a thought of it is very relaxing yet.

What is worsted wool by the way? Yeah, I heard you asking. Worsted wool means the wool fibers are untangled, laid straight side by side and cleaned from debris so it is free of those pesky, itchy loose ends. Not only that, it is good for the environment because it is all natural, non-synthetic and chemical free.

Go green not just by simply eating organic food but by buying Ramblers Way wool products too.

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