Best website for wool clothing!

It’s been awhile since my last post, but I haven’t come across anything worth your time to read visit. Except this –

http://www.woolovers.com.au

This website has got to be one of the best for buying clothing that is wool related. For those who have yet to understand the virtues of wearing wool, especially if you live in the colder climates, read this. It’s not only part of the frugal heating philosophy, but now with the low prices offered by woolovers it’s also part of the frugal clothing philosophy.

In short, wool is anti odour, sustainable (baa!), keeps you warm even when wet, super insulating, body heat regulator, has old world charm, comfortable and now cheap!

The  woolovers website contains dozens of different designs and shipping is also cheap to boot!, There are a variety of wool materials available, mainly british wool, lambswool (which comes from the first coat from a new born – read super comfy), merino (super duper comfy) and cashmere (super duper soft and comfy)… The sizing is relatively straight forward, instead of measuring around your body their measurements relies on you to measure a piece of your own garment. Easy. All online sizing charts should be based on this method.

Compared to ebay and amazon for wool based clothing, woolovers wins hands down. Now, admittedly if you are into adventure clothing and are looking at merino thermals and so forth, woolovers will disappoint, because it is not targeted at that market, thus you will not find thermals as such, but for midlayers and even outerwear woolovers wins hands down again.

Give it a try! – http://www.woolovers.com.au

I’m not even affiliated with woolovers, they should definitely pay me for this!!!, but for my readers its simply about given free valuable information.

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I've been fermenting in Canberra OZ for awhile now... Like all public servants I'm battling the cubicle nation... This blog will share my personal journey in which I am preparing to get out of cubicle jail... Time to be your own architect...
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