A walk in the Antipodes

May 2005
WSA: Performance & Sports Materials;May/Jun2005, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p42
Focuses on the use of the merino wool fiber in guided walking apparel in New Zealand. Characteristics of the merino fiber; Reason of New Zealanders for using the merino as the fibre of choice for clothes; Advantages of using the fiber in apparel. INSETS: 100% pure in an age of synthetics;Brand New Zealand;Swanndri "The New Zealand Legend".


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