This is why you should choose Wool.

Wool is a winner in the winter. And while it's not winter all year long, you should think about what's the most about your skin when you're active and getting wet on your body.  

Wool is a garment that keeps warm even when the wool is moist. The fabric has temperature regulating qualities, which makes you quickly warm, but not overheated. Therefore wool is very suitable for most activities, whether it's the weekend's running or cycling trip, the fall's mountain tours or winter outdoor activities. Wool allows you to take a break on the trip without getting cold even after you have had high activity and become moist on your body. On a mountain trip, it is often that you get hot on your way up and cold on your way down. If you wear wool on your trip, it helps keep you warm throughout the trip. 

Wool can actually carry up to a third of its own weight without it being wet. In other words, you can have a fairly high activity on your workout without feeling wet. In addition, wool generates warmth when it absorbs moisture away. This is why you often feel warmer and drier in wool than in other fabrics. 

Wool can also help prevent perspiration. The wool grease, lanolin, reacts with sweat and forms a bactericidal agent. This allows you to wear the wool garments for several days without smelling. Perfect if you need to pack a trip that lasts for several days. Remember, if you use a boxer or bra in cotton under the wool, it can help to inhibit the positive effects. The wool should be used directly on the skin to take advantage of all the positive qualities.

Another positive aspect of wool is that the fabric is environmentally friendly. Wool is both natural and renewable, and since it has self-cleaning properties, wool does not have to be washed so often. The best thing you can do for your wool is not to wash to often. Often it is sufficient to air the clothes well.   

When you eventually wash the wool, wash it on the wool program in the low temperature in the washing machine. The wool does not need hot water to be clean, but remember laundry detergent intended for wool. Ordinary detergent can damage the wool fibers and cause holes in the garments because regular detergent contains enzymes and bleach. Do not hang the wool up without centrifuging it first, wet wet clothes can provide good conditions for bacterial growth.  

Stay active all year round with wool!