This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

Yes, this is a sponsored post for Ramblers Way wool. But in researching the company’s website to learn more about them, I’ve decided they are really pretty cool and I’m glad that I have been introduced to them.

Ramblers Way Farm is a family business creating soft, comfortable next-to-skin worsted wool apparel entirely on American soil.

We grow Rambouillet wool on our own sheep farms in Maine and on ranches in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, and Utah who partner with us to meet our customer standards for superfine softness and sustainable farming practices.

Ramblers Way wool products would be perfect for my family’s camping trips!  When you are out camping (especially come desert season) it gets downright cold at night.  Sometimes down to the 30’s.  If I had $200.00 to go shopping, I could totally outfit myself and be able to look forward to getting some nice, cozy and warm sleep.

Most people think wool is heavy and itchy.  But Ramblers Way has developed technology to create super fine, super soft woolen garments.  So you can be warm and dry, not hot and itchy.

I could totally see myself getting the Long “Jane” pants and a Cross Neck Long Sleeve shirt to wear under my pajamas.  Their lightweight makes them perfect for layering.

I’m especially happy to see an American company raising animals in a humane way and creating exceptionally soft garments.  They are organic and sustainable.  I only hope they add a plus-size line, because right now, my husband and kids are going to be warm, but not me.

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