Reinvent Wool for Smoother Tees

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

Anytime we exchange thoughts about wool sweater, the first thing that pops out my mind is the itching sensation, very warm and dense or heavy coat. However, my impression about wool has turned the opposite after being able to try it by myself. Yes, I actually received a wool camisole top as a present from my last birthday, and I can vouch for the comfort and the smoothest yarn I could imagine.

This particular garment is manufactured by Ramblers Way Farm, and I couldn't believe they are capable of giving a complete makeover for the image of wool one garment at a time.Their clothing is constructed out of lambs or sheep that wander around in America's farm, plus majority of the procedure consists of the most modern day manufacturing technology on the market.

That involves a “Windspun” process creating the smoothest texture and the highest quality wool yarn that can be purchased in the market. Another facet of the manufacturing process which makes this company apart is the fact their own clothing is not pre-washed or pre-soaked in chlorine, like the ones which can be found in other companies.

The company's principle is to preserve all natural value set to all their garments. Therefore, they perform a trademark enzyme treatment method that inhibits shrinking and maintains their clothing to be laundered perfectly. Aside from being natural and chemical free garments, they are also proudly American made, which is a big plus to boost the economy.

Living in California, I admit wearing wool clothing is not a staple here considering the erratic weather in this place. Even so, I am able to use my tank top because its ultra light meaning, it helps you stay comfortable but breath spontaneously. I love the fact that I can wear it on summer and layered it on winter time.

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