Aclima Womens FleeceWool Joggers
Aclimas new Fleece Wool Joggers are lightweight, soft and comfortable. 100% merino wool luxurious joggers for the great outdoors or great nights in.
Womens FleeceWool joggers from Aclima. Fleece Wool is a comfortable, super soft and lightweight material. Great as an outdoor layer or just for lounging about the house.
The Aclima FleeceWool Joggers are made of 100% merino wool making them a great choice for the environment! The pant has a drawstring, rib-knitted cuffs and embroidered hip logo. A cosy piece for sitting in front of a fire with a cup of hot chocolate and a functional garment for cold days.
The award-winning Aclima FleeceWool series is made in Aclima’s developed and unique fleece-like material in 100% merino wool. Fleece no longer needs to be manufactured from plastic and emit microplastics in our oceans. This material is 100% environmentally-friendly, degradable and durable.
The material is made in a 19.5 micron yarn. The knitted material is then cut and brushed into an insulating, light and comfortable fabric with a wide area of usage.
Wool from sheep has kept people warm and dry for more than 5000 years. Aclima’s Merino wool is hand selected by experts in to deliver the ultimate in comfort and performance. A sustainable, renewable fibre, helping both man and sheep to acclimate and effortlessly adjust to changes in the environment. Aclima give away the left-over fabric to for example a company who produces punching balls for boxing. The dye-works they use have closed systems to reduce emission of wastewater, and in addition they work with ISO 14001 (environmental management system). Aclima’s fabrics are dyed to the latest season’s colours and use only dye recipes approved to Oeko-Tex standards.
Wool is a natural “high-tec” fibre and possesses a number of advantages, such as its ability to uptake and release moisture vapour up to 36% of its dry weight, while being water-repellent at the same time. Wool is a renewable resource, as you wait till the wool has grown back and then cut it again. It is also biodegradable because the hair is made up of proteins, which are yummy treats for insects and microbes.