Ramblers Way pima cotton and wool apparel are sourced and made in America with particular attention to environmentally sustainable practices.
Rambouillet sheep from ranches in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, and Maine provide the rare superfine grade of wool used to make our American apparel.
By farming and producing our own superfine wool right here in America, rather than importing Merino wool from overseas, we lower our carbon footprint and impact on the environment.
New for 2013, Ramblers Way introduces fine pima cotton clothing. Known as the “cashmere of cotton,” pima is sought after for its softness, durability and ability to maintain a brilliant color.
The pima cotton we use in our garments is grown with environmentally sustainable practices in California.
World class, state of the art textile companies in the Carolinas make the fine yarns and lightweight knit wear that will eventually become our next-to-skin worsted wool clothing.
Next a multi-generation garment maker in Fall River, Massachusetts lends its years of expertise to quality sewing.
This American textile heritage is what makes Ramblers Way American clothing exceptional.
We go to great lengths to produce the finest quality American clothing while paying particular attention to the environmental impact. Ramblers Way produces helps provide jobs locally and with minimal carbon footprint.