Why Merino Wool?
100% natural, renewable and biodegradable, Australian Merino wool is famous worldwide for its unique properties
Merino wool is grown year round by Australia's 68 million sheep consuming a blend of air, water, sunshine and grass.
Every year our sheep produce a new fleece.
When wool is disposed of, it will naturally decompose, slowly releasing nutrients back into the earth.
Merino wool is one of the most breathable fibres, and can wick moisture away to evaporate into the air.
Merino wool is able to react to body temperature, unlike synthetics, and can keep you warm in winter, or cool in summer.
Soft on skin
Merino fibres are extremely fine, and bend much more than coarser wool, making them suitable for next to skin garments.
Merino wool absorbs moisture vapour aways from the body, and locks up odour molecules, which are only released on washing.
Our Merino wool pyjamas can be machine washed.
Merino wool is naturally fire resistant. Cotton will catch fire at 255 degrees celcius, whereas wool dosn't ignite until it reaches 570-600 degrees. It wont melt on the skin, unlike synthetics