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By Thermoregulating we mean that Merino Wool, when worn close to the skin, will keep you warm when its cold outside and help keep you cool when it warm.
When we say antimicrobial, we mean that it doesn’t stink, really. Like we mentioned before, merino wool does such a great job of managing the moisture coming off your body in all temperatures.
Since Merino Wool fibres are super thin, some 15-23 microns thick, which is thinner than human hair by almost a third, they release water very easily.
That’s right, because of the natural elasticity of merino wool, you won’t ever need to dry clean or iron. This feature makes it especially great for travel since you won’t need to worry about it getting wrinkled.
Easy maintenance, just wash in a low temperature with your regular load of laundry and that’s it.
Cotton can only fold back on itself 3,200 times without breaking; meanwhile merino wool can fold back on itself 20,000 times or more without breaking, making it 6 times stronger.
It’s simple as that, because merino wool fibres are so thin, they won’t itch like your grandma’s old thick knitted sweater, something that’s unique to merino wool versus other types of wool.
Merino wool comes with other great features too like; static resistance, natural sun protection, it is non-allergenic, and is also biodegradable.
Main point is that there are so many benefits to Merino Wool, from its moisture wicking properties to its low care maintenance, its softness, durability, and comfort, all work in your favour.