smart wool

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smart wool

n
(Textiles) chiefly Austral and NZ a textile produced by blending wool with a conductive fibre, which can be heated by means of a small battery
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Warm Gloves The two gloves I have found that work extremely well for shooting and keeping the digits toasty all the way into the high teens are Smart Wool Stagecoach gloves, $65, and Kryptek's Norlander gloves, $80.
Cotton takes forever to dry and more technical smart wool socks are pricey.
I wear Smart Wool socks with them and so far I've been able to resume longer outdoor activities.
I love wool, but I hate socks that bunch, so I like the newer "smart wool" and so forth--but the best socks I have ever worn are from the relatively new FITS Sock Co.
Peach floral dress, pounds 50, Topshop; red basic jumper, pounds 9.99, New Look; python lace-ups, pounds 46.50, Geox Dress down this smart wool skirt with a denim shirt and cable-knit jumper.
Their dinner suit, left, comes in at pounds 50 and this smart wool blend suit, far right, from Taylor & Wright is pounds 45 for the jacket and pounds 20 for the trousers.
A blouse, cardigan/jacket combo will cover a multitude of sins, as will a smart wool coat or gilet.
First he picked out a smart wool tweed jacket for Mark and paired this with a crisp pale blue shirt and some stone washed jeans to give it a modern twist.
Lewis & Clark is one of the top three sellers nationwide of Smart Wool brand socks.
Feather-print blouse, pounds 35, Holly W for Very; pattern jumper, pounds 69, Marks & Spencer; jeans, pounds 40, River Island; trainers, pounds 55, Converse @ Littlewoods Dress down a smart wool skirt by teaming it with a cable-knit jumper and denim shirt.