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Nature's great regulator, wool outperforms synthetics in every season, all around the globe. During the summer months, wool is moisture-wicking and resistant to harmful UV rays, keeping the body cool, dry and protected from the sun. When temperatures drop, a layer of air trapped by wool's natural fiber structure retains body heat and wards off the cold, providing resilient insulation. Unlike synthetics or cotton, wool continues to insulate even when wet - a critical feature in winter, when other fabrics routinely fail.