Experience. Natural.

NATURAL AND BIODEGRADABLE

The journey of wool starts naturally with sheep, and ends naturally as wool fabric biodegrades.

A sustainable start

Wool is one of the earth’s most sustainable resources; it is an annually shorn and replenished resource.

 

Lower embodied energy and greenhouse gasses

During production, wool products use a fraction of the energy and create far less carbon dioxide emission than comparable manmade materials.

Less fuel for transport

American Wool is sourced from all 50 states in the U.S. and can be shipped easily in a high-density form, which generates a lower carbon footprint.

Lower embodied energy and greenhouse gasses

During production, wool products use a fraction of the energy and create far less carbon dioxide emission than comparable manmade materials.

Less fuel for transport

American Wool is sourced from all 50 states in the U.S. and can be shipped easily in a high-density form, which generates a lower carbon footprint.

A VALUABLE MATERIAL

 

Wool can last for hundreds of years without losing its resilience or structure. Think of antique wool rugs that can handle the wear and tear of high traffic areas without losing their appearance or function.

100% BIODEGRADABLE

 

Wool biodegrades in soil without harm to the planet and the environment, fulfilling optimum life-cycle benefits.

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“We always used wool because it’s biodegradable.”

Maggie DeCuir