With proper care and storage, our durable wool socks and clothing enjoy a long life.
1. Make sure they’re clean
Moths are attracted to body and food smells left in the fibers after wearing.
2. Store socks flat, not rolled into balls
Balling up socks can distort the shape. We recommend storing sweaters flat, too.
3. Use vacuum-packed bags or boxes
This helps protect your clothes, keeping them in tip-top condition. If your wool clothes are in storage for a year or more, it’s a good idea to let them air out for a bit before re-packing for storage.
4. Include some cedar
The heartwood of cedar helps keep out moths and other creatures that potentially harm your hibernating clothes.