Beautiful Wool at Rambler’s Way

January 1, 2010


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

‘Tis the season! We’ve officially entered the dreary, damp, wintry days of January and February. My cold tolerance is pretty high in December, but it slowly ebbs away by the end of January. :S Time to *finally* pack the shorts and break out the flannel and wool clothing! What do think of when you think about wool clothing. “OUCH!” right? Wool is so scratchy! I love it because it is so versatile and incredibly warm, but most clothing manufacturers are brutal with their worsting! Not to mention, there are certain clothing manufacturers that have shop in foreign lands, paying children pittance to slave away all day at machines. :-p

Well, did you know that we have options!? Both with the type of wool AND the way the wool clothing is manufactured?! Ever heard of Ramblers Way? They are based in Maine and have ranches in the west; Rambler’s Way was Entrepreneur of the Year Award from CNBC, too! What makes Rambler’s Way (and their wool) so special?

For one, Rambler’s Way is American made. The sheep are American! The ranches are in America. The workers are American! The wool is made entirely on American soil. And it’s the wool that’s gotten the attention– Rambler’s Way makes the most beautiful, luxurious wool clothing. They have fine-tuned the manufacture of wool fabric, in an almost artful style, to create scrumptious next-to-the-skin wool clothing. It looks SO beautiful and soft! My husband is a rural carrier, and he spends loong hours out delivering mail. I’ve been thinking of getting him one of the Rambler’s Way Henley shirts. Make no mistake, the clothing is a pretty penny; but it is of the highest quality, and will last a long time with care. The apparel looks so soft and cozy, perfect for this kind of weather. And we have *only* four months of winter weather to go yet!

Check out Ramblers Way. They are an exceptional farm. They actually care about communities and about being good stewards. Moreover, they do it all AND still make the finest and most beautiful wool products!

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