Disana's wonderful boiled wool overalls are ideal for the cooler months of the year. These fulled wool trousers are designed to be warm and sturdy while being lovely and soft. Cut especially high at thewaist, these overalls keep your child's back and tummy warm and cozy. The wide cut allows for plenty of room for both a cloth diaper and extra layers of warm clothing underneath. Two knitted straps ensure that everything stays in place, and the large front pocket is perfect for storing small treasures. The overalls feature reinforced knees, making them particularly durable for crawlers.
These overalls are very unique because they are made from disana's boiled wool, which is a very special natural fabric. Boiled wool is soft and light, so it is very comfortable for babies to wear. Boiled wool also protects against cold, is almost entirely windproof, and balances hot and cold temperatures. When wool is boiled, thousands of tiny air bubbles are trapped in by the material, forming an entirely natural barrier against hot and cold temperatures. The result is a fabric that keeps your baby snug and dry while letting your baby's skin breathe.
Made by disana, these overalls are 100% organic boiled virgin Merino wool. This wool is finely crimped, does not itch and feels soft and cozy against baby's sensitive skin.
Made in Germany
Sizing: This item runs slightly large. Please contact us for specific measurements
Care: Boiled wool articles are easy to care for. It should be cleaned very gently by hand. The lanolin contained in wool protects the fabric from dirt and harsh environments. If your boiled wool article does get dirty, you can shake or brush the dirt out very carefully. If the boiled wool becomes stinky, just leave the article out overnight to air out, or in the bathroom while you shower (the humidity from the shower will help foul smells to disappear and will smooth out wrinkles). If you do need to wash boiled wool, just wash by hand in tepid water using a mild wool wash. Do not wring, squeeze, or rub wool. Lay flat to dry. You can read more here about wool care. Don't forget your wool care products!