Merino Wool

Merino is a soft kind of wool often used in garments supposed to be worn close to the skin. Merino wool is moisture-wicking, thermo-regulating, odour-neutralizing and naturally biodegradable. At microscopic level Merino wool fibres are like coiled springs that return to their natural shape after being bent, this gives merino wool garments a natural resistance to wrinkles. All these properties make merino wool an ecological but at the same time very technical choice for daywear and active sports


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All real fur used in 66°North products is from the Finnish auction house Saga Furs. Saga Furs is the only fur seller in the industry with a supplier certification and auditing programme on the environment and animal health and welfare.


Wool is a natural long-lasting and breathable insulator that is naturally absorbent and does not capture odors.