Protect Your Winter
Maximum comfort and quality
respecting the environment at all stages of production.
Socially useful and economically sustainable.
The knitting products are entirely handmade with merino wool.
The no mulesing certification ensures that the yarn comes from animals that have not been mutilated and are not subjected to pesticide dips, which are extremely dangerous for the animal and the environment, and whose toxic agents remain in the yarn. The wool comes from small animal husbandry in areas not infested by a
particular type of fly, generally above 1,500 metres, using best practices in sheep breeding respecting both the animals and the environment.
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Thermal trekking socks in anti-blister merino wool and reinforced in the points of greatest stressGo to trekking socks
Breathable thermal socks for ski touring and mountaineering in anti-blister merino woolGo to mountaineering socks
Socks and apparels dedicated to natural and organic products lovers. We use 100% merino wool yarn strictly no mulesing and animal friendlyGo to 100% merino wool socks
Headbands and merino wool hunder-helmet. Keep it always with you ... at any timeGo to headbands and apparels
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International Alpine Guide UIAGM - Meteo Engineering
We live on a planet that offers an extraordinary diversity of landscapes. Not to enjoy it is a crime. No matter the way, hike, climb or fly, the mountains around us deserve our full attention. This is also why we must take care to allow as many people as possible to enjoy it in the future.
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International Alpine Guide UIAGM
My main passion has always been to undertake paths unknown to me in any field, from the mountains to engineering. In fact, this passion led me to become first an aerospace engineer and then a mountain guide. I work in both areas but what gratifies me most is the activity of Alpine Guide and mainly that of Mountaineering Master, looking for the best way to teach what I learned during my mountaineering activity.
Aspirante Alpine Guide UIAGM