Our most Eco-Friendly Fabric Option
Providing the best protection isn't just about offering leading-edge safety features. It's about doing everything we can to ensure the well-being of kids riding in our seats. That's why our Mammoth collection is:
✔ Free of any added Flame Retardants
✔ OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certified
✔ Made with Natural Materials
✔ Ethically Sourced, Non-mulesed Merino Wool
✔ Best for Breathability & Temperature Regulation
Naturally Flame Resistant
Wool has an innately high ignition and melting point, which makes it a great naturally flame-retardant alternative to synthetic fabrics, without the need for any chemical treatments.
Oh So Breathable
Merino wool is known for its excellent moisture vapour absorption. This means that it offers improved airflow throughout the fabric, for a more comfortable and less sweaty kid!
Cool When Warm, Warm When Cool
Did you know that wool reacts to changes in body temperature? That means it will help keep your little one cool and comfy when it's hot out, and warm and cozy when it's not.
Stain and Odor Resistant
Wool has unique properties that allow it to trap odour-causing bacteria and sweat molecules, only releasing them when washed. The presence of lanolin and keratin in its fibre help prevent stains from being absorbed.
Soft to the Touch
Hands up if you automatically think 'itchy sweater' when you hear "wool". Well, that's not the case with Merino wool. Its fibres are much finer, giving it a texture that's luxuriously soft to the touch.
Merino wool is a natural material that has hypoallergenic properties, which means it's a great alternative for children with sensitive skin or allergies to other fabrics.
What is TENCEL™?
TENCEL® is a natural cellulose, 100% plant-origin fiber that's manufactured from renewable materials. TENCEL® is naturally soft, supple and breathable, with moisture absorbing properties that pair perfectly with wool.
Cleaning & Care Facts
The care and cleaning for wool is also the same as that of our other fabric covers, which only allow for hand-washing, with the exception that you will want to choose a wool-safe detergent. You may also use Clek's cleaning kit.
Mammoth wool fabric can be spot cleaned using warm water and a mild wool-safe detergent. You may also use Clek's cleaning kit, but do not use the soft-bristled brush, as it will increase the likelihood of pilling.