Why you should buy NZ Made

There’s an awkward kind of nationalism associated with buying products made in your own country. Because it’s made on home turf it’s instantly better. Because… well, it just is. The US is particularly proud of their own goods - none more so than thei

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Where does Natural Fibre Come from?

Where does Natural Fibre Come from?When most people think of natural fibres they think of three, maybe four variations. Wool, cotton, silk and perhaps flax - better known as linen.Most people also tend to lump all varieties of wool together which is

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Natural vs Synthetic fibre

Being advocates for natural fibres, you’d be forgiven for thinking that we would use the next few hundred words to slam synthetic fibres and champion good old fashioned, all natural, NZ made wool.Although tempting, a biased argument is no argument at

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Merino Wool; is it worth it?

What is Merino wool and why is it worth it?Sheep are found all over the world. More or less wherever there are humans you will find domesticated sheep. This is partly because there is pretty much a breed of sheep for any environment making them easy

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Which socks are best for walking?

Kiwispondence, Which socks are best for walking?Walking hiking strolling ambling rambling trudging plodding trekking marching striding patrolling wandering treading roaming…….Whatever way you name or describe this activity, you probably think in the

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With frosts like the one this morning With frosts like this,you know our 40% Possum, 50% Merino and 10% Silk Hats Gloves and Scarves are the beez neez for keeping the family healthy and styley!http://www.nznaturalclothingshop.co.nz/accessories..

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