Arms of Andes makes high-end baselayers, but not in the way that most big brands do. First, Arms of Andes uses super soft alpaca wool. Second, all of that alpaca wool is sourced from small herding operations in Peru. Third — and maybe most notably — that wool is spun, knitted, and sewn into the final garments all in Peru. So there’s very minimal shipping involved, and Arms of Andes is able to support small, local operations.
In terms of the garments themselves, Arms of Andes makes a pretty wide range, from thin summer-weight tops and bottoms to heavier layers for cold winter days.
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