The folks at Outside magazine know all about the heat management benefits of merino base layers. So, it was no surprise to me that they totally got what I'm trying to do with Chill Angel.
You can read the full review here.
Here's my favourite part from the article:
"I love merino base layers, but I initially wasn’t sure I wanted to sleep in wool—I was afraid it might feel scratchier than the cotton and silk pajamas I’m used to. But the Chill Angel pieces passed the itch test. They’re made from superfine New Zealand merino that’s not blended with nylon or anything else.
After a few weeks of testing, these have become my favorite pajamas. I reach for them instead of my super-plush flannel or my buttery cotton knits. I sleep great in them. But I also like how they feel before and after I go to bed. They make the evenings cozier and the chilly mornings less bracing. And if they help me get out of bed for dawn-patrol missions, that’s value in my book."
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This article was written by Chill Angel friend and wanderwriting.com blogger, Alex Gulsby. It's all about the Danish principle of Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah), or the “art of creating intimacy,” which essentially equates feelings of coziness with lifelong happiness. It captured my interest because Chill Angel is all about being cozy and comfortable at home. I thought our fans would enjoy learning about Hygge, which can lead to increased happiness in life...
How to Create Hygge in your home
A Hyggekrog, according to Meik Wiking’s Little Book of Hygge is “the nook of your home where one can sit and have a hyggelig time.” The Danes have known about and cultivated hygge for centuries, proving its success by earning title as the “World’s Happiest Country” time and time again.
This blog article was written by Alex Gulsby, freelance writer and PR manager for Chill Angel. She is an avid backpacker and lives in Durango, Colorado. So as part of her team initiation, I asked her to put our sleepwear to the test and report back.
"These pajamas are not only for those who struggle with sleep, but for any and every outdoor enthusiast."