Our fully traceable Good Wool is sourced from an environmentally and socially responsible farm in Tasmania, Australia and woven by an eco-conscious mill in Biella, Italy.
Good Wool begins with free-roaming merino sheep at the Beaufront farm in Tasmania, Australian, which follows strict land management and environmental conservation programs. This non-mulesing farm shears its sheep with the utmost care and preserves native grasslands with strategic grazing practices.
Good Wool is woven at the Tollegno 1900 mill in Biella, Italy, which self-produces 35% of its energy using solar panels and water turbines powered by the neighboring Cervo river. All alpine water used to dye and finish Good Wool is purified and returned to its source, while 40% is reused.
We have invested into the creation of three proprietary fabrics, AMTL-POLYTEX (all season crepe fabric), AMTL-TEX (waterproof fabric) and AMTL-STRETCHTEX (extra strechy fabric). These fabrics gave been
engineered to last through the years and are currently being made in China.
COTTON & BAMBOO
OUR LOCAL SUPPLIER
In a bid to stay true to our values we source all of our other fabrics directly from Telio Canada, the most reputable Canadian Fabric supplier. These fabrics come from a variety of verified mills from Canada and around the world. Our cotton and bamboo are sourced this way.