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August, 2019

  1. New Eco Label

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    August 23, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Every step of the supply chain is checked, from the organic cotton to the end product, where cultivation has less impact on our planet and the people who grow the cotton. READ MORE Organic wool All our wool is mulesing free. Organic wool comes from sheep that have been reared according to organic principles; this means that they eat organic feed and have access to plenty of outdoor space. READ MORE Recycled polyester Our recycled polyester comes from post-consumer PET bottles. Polyester comes from non-renewable sources. Using recycled polyester reduces the use of new fibers from these sources and conserves our planet’s resources. READ MORE Recycled materials Linings, waistbands or shell materials that are made of recycled polyester or polyamide. …
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  2. Article Wool

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    August 13, 2019 by Katie Lawter

    Wool – nature’s super material! Even if it’s freezing outdoors, your child will perspire when they run around playing. It’s important that this moisture gets wicked away from their body, or they will soon start feeling unpleasantly damp and chilly. Yet obviously you want their clothes to keep them warm in wintery weather. The solution is a material that keeps their body warm and dry. This is why we recommend a wool base layer. Wool is nature’s super material, as it keeps the body really warm – even if it gets wet – yet still breathes, so moisture gets wicked away from the body. Wool is also especially good for newborn babies and infants, who haven’t yet developed the same ability to regulate their body …
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