Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Rambler's Way: Beautiful Wool Baselayer Apparel made on American soil!

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

So I was looking for some great ideas for Christmas gifts, and found out about the Ramblers Way webstore! From the founders of of Tom's of Maine and Winners of Entrepreneur of the Year Award from CNBC comes Ramblers Way. Ramblers Way Farm is a family business creating soft, comfortable next-to-skin worsted wool apparel entirely on American soil. The apparel can be worn for all activities, indoors or outdoors—or even to sleep in. Ramblers Way shirts are made to move with your body with ease, and the superfine fabric isn't supposed to chafe or itch your skin. The natural fiber wicks away moisture, keeping this top feeling like it’s just come out of the dryer. Ramblers Way wool naturally repels odors, and you can easily go days without having to wash your top. And when it does need a rinse, the wool is fully machine-washable, through an all-natural enzyme to resist shrinking and keep its shape.

Ramblers Way makes baselayers and underwear in wool for the ultimate in comfort. While looking at this site, I was asked what I would spend $500 on during an imaginary shopping spree and I couldn't pass up many of the great baselayers for myself and my husband. Although we live in Texas, we frequently travel to very cold climates and can't wait to get back to camping on the weekends when the kids get a little older. I would say my $500 imaginary shopping spree would be best spent on at least two Ramblers Way Next-to-Skin Men’s Henley shirts ($90 ea for a Large), two Ramblers Way Next-to-Skin Women’s Cross Neck tops ($85 ea for Large), a Ramblers Way Next-to-Skin Women’s Camisole ($55 ea for a Large), and probably finish up my order with a Ramblers Way Next-to-Skin Men’s Cross Neck shirt ($90 for a Large).


The Men's Henley and Cross Neck Shirts will be the perfect compliment under camp shirts and just an added layer in the colder climates (and I am guessing super soft for sleeping in). Same goes for the Women's Cross Neck Top - I would definitely use that to layer with sweaters and jackets! Now the camisole on the other hand, I just thought that would be the perfect addition to PJs and curling up by the fireplace!

If you are still looking for that perfect gift this holiday season, shop at Ramblers Way for beautiful wool baselayer apparel made entirely on American soil.

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