Warm in Winter and Cool in Summer
Sheepskin wool is soft, resilient and is naturally thermostatic. The fibers "breathe" to act just like a natural thermostat for your body. These fibers are hollow, and can absorb up to 30% of their own weight in moisture without feeling wet. This quality allows for the wicking of moisture away from foot to the outside air keeping you perfectly dry, regardless of the weather. In winter sheepskin is a natural insulator trapping airspaces between the fibers capturing your body heat. The free flow of air between you and the sheepskin fibers is a comforting change to the clamminess of lamented pigskin, cowhide and synthetic fleece materials found in cheep boots often mistakenly marketed as "Sheepskin Boots". Additionally, sheepskin contains lanolin, which will moisturize your feet for additional comfort.