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Merino Wool Kids Clothes

Does your family love the outdoors? Are you looking for kid’s clothing that is ready for any adventure? Something that is both functional, warm and yet stylish? Iksplor makes Merino Wool Kid’s Clothes that are designed for any little explorer.  While remaining environmentally conscious to not harm the very planet we love so much. 

Merino Wool Kid’s Clothes

Merino Wool Kid's Clothes

The Story

Iksplor was created by two sisters, Karissa and Kailey, who grew up loving adventures and time spent outdoors with their family. Once the sisters became parents themselves, they soon realized how quickly an adventure can be spoiled by cold, wet kids. Making the experience no fun for anyone involved. Thankfully for Merino Wool Kid’s Clothes, that doesn’t have to be an issue.

Merino Wool Kid's Clothes

A Different Way of Doing Things

Karissa and Kailey set out to do things differently. They knew that most of the clothing in the industry lead to issues of global warming and environmental degradation. Destroying the very planet they loved to explore. That is why they made a brand that is different and better. They created a transparent and ethical business model, supply chain and product lifecycle that will help protect the environment for everyone’s children to enjoy. Iksplor source the “highest quality wool in the world, use Blue Sign approved dyes, and work with a woman-owned manufacturer right here in the U.S.” to create their Merino wool kid’s clothing.

Merino Wool Kid's Clothes

Merino Wool Kids Clothes

Did you know that there are over 8,000 chemicals in the textile industry? Me neither. All Iksplor products are made in the USA. They have been tested by a 3rd party for durability, purity, and safety ensuring you receive the highest quality merino wool kids clothes available.

Merino Wool Kid's Clothes

Merino Wool Fiber

The ZQ certification ensures the highest standards in animal welfare, environmental sustainability, fiber quality, traceability, and social responsibility.


Bluesign sets the highest degree of safety for the consumer, manufacturing with the lowest possible impact on the workers, environment, and commits to using resources responsibly.

  • Machine washable
  • Natural Sunscreen up to 50+ UPF
  • Snuggly soft against sensitive skin
  • Wicks away moisture
  • Long-lasting wool
  • Naturally grown
  • Biodegradable

Merino Wool Kid's Clothes

Send Back Program

Iksplor is making a real difference to ensure that the adventures we love to enjoy with our families are just as enjoyable for generations to come. With their Send Back Program, they really have closed the loop in the production process that minimizes environmental harm as much as possible and keeps your gear out of landfills.

Merino Wool Kids Clothes

When it’s time to pass your items on, don’t worry because their adventures aren’t over. Simply send them back (no matter the condition) via the “iksplor more-send back program.” Iksplor with then reuse, repurpose, or compost your Merino wool kid’s clothes. Items in good condition will be given to children in need or resold at a lower price. Other items at the end of their adventures will be composted.

And get this, Iksplor’s merino wool kid’s clothes only take 6 months for the merino to fully disappear! That is some real magic right there. Plus, sending back your previously purchased Iksplor clothing will get you 15% off your next order!

Visit the Iksplor website to learn more and start shopping!

Tammy Liscio

Tuesday 26th of November 2019

Such warm fabric for winter. It’s nice to have a line for the kids

gloria patterson

Monday 25th of November 2019

I never thought about wool for kids! My great niece (3) has had so many clothes over her short life and no wool. Sounds like this would be good thing to buy

Sarah L

Sunday 24th of November 2019

Looks like good clothes made by a good company. I like merino wool.

Julie Waldron

Friday 22nd of November 2019

This sounds like a great clothing line and a great company! I like that they have a send back program.

Richard Brandt

Friday 22nd of November 2019

Ah, for keeping kids warm, it's the next best thing to stuffing them inside a fresh sheep carcass. (Hey. I lived in Colorado. Our winters were harsh.)