PRE-ORDER NOW

MEN'S NEW NATURAL DYE COLLECTION

Simply email us at embracelife@armsofandes.com: the product name, size, and color you are interested in and we will add you to our pre-order list.
In a few weeks, you will receive a draft order where you can complete you order. Once completed, we'll email you your tracking number.

Available sizes:
Small | Medium | Large | Extra-Large

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL HOODIE:
230 LIGHTWEIGHT HALF-ZIP

$155.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL BASE LAYER:
230 LIGHTWEIGHT HALF-ZIP

$145.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL JACKET:
420 MIDWEIGHT FULL-ZIP

$280.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL HOODIE JACKET:
420 MIDWEIGHT FULL-ZIP

$290.00

Natural White

Red

Charcoal

Turquoise

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL SHIRT:
110 ULTRALIGHT CREW NECK

$80.00

Natural White

Red

Charcoal

Turquoise

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL T-SHIRT:
110 ULTRALIGHT V NECK

$80.00

Natural White

Red

Charcoal

Turquoise

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL LONG SLEEVE SHIRT:
110 ULTRALIGHT

$90.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL LEGGINGS:
230 LIGHTWEIGHT

$105.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL JOGGERS:
230 LIGHTWEIGHT

$137.00

Charcoal

Indigo

MEN'S ALPACA WOOL BOXER BRIEFS:
110 ULTRALIGHT

$42.00

Charcoal

Indigo

ALPACA WOOL NECK GAITER:
110 ULTRALIGHT

$32.00

Charcoal

Indigo

ALPACA WOOL BEANIE:
110 ULTRALIGHT

$32.00

PURE NATURAL DYES

For thousands of years, cultures around the world have been adding color to their clothing and textiles using plants, animals and minerals from their environment. The ancient civilizations of Peru - from the Moche to the Inca - were no exception, and we have decided to bring these traditional practices and knowledge into the world of modern outdoor apparel.  We are also celebrating one of alpaca wool's natural colors, by including a natural, un-dyed white in our line.  Some of the dyes we use are shown below:

COCHINEAL

Our natural red dye derives from parasitic insects that feed on the prickly pear cactus. Only the females produce carminic acid, which is where the red color comes from.

EUCALYPTUS

Eucalyptus makes beautiful charcoal dyes and adds different shades of colors to other dyes. It is also anti-bacterial.

INDIGO PLANT

Our blue dye is derived from a plant called "Indigofera tinctoria". Is is extracted from the leaves which are soaked in water and fermented to give the vibrant color.

Sale

Unavailable

Sold Out