posted on May 8, 2014

Fans of premium-quality wool garments and accessories would be hard-pressed to find items with quality and characteristics comparable to WeatherWool.

Uniquely, the American-owned company manufactures its All-Around Jac, pants, bibs and hats in the United States using Rambouillet wool and other materials from only this country, and it incorporates features such as two-way, heavy-duty zippers and reinforced high-wear areas, among other things. Available in the company’s proprietary “Lynx” and olive drab colors, the wares are made from 100-percent virgin wool; there is no cotton, filler or synthetic material. Price: $65-$745.

Contact: WeatherWool; (973) 761-1776;

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