Attention: Black Sheep of the Family!
Every family has its black sheep. But does every black sheep have his own hoodie, something to keep him warm and snug in lieu of a loving embrace?
Now he does. It's made of raw wool that's naturally black (more grayish-brown, actually), because it comes from actual black sheep.
These ovine outcasts hail from a couple of small Montana ranches near Yellowstone National Park. Despite their name, they're some of the happiest sheep around. They're raised how you'd imagine Western sheep would like to be raised — in fresh air and wide open spaces, with lots of summer grass to munch on during the day and a complete collection of John Wayne Dvds to watch at night.
And the yarn made from their wool is all-natural — undyed and untreated. Rest assured that our hoodies, and their cloven-hoofed namesakes, have never seen the inside of a chemical vat or smoke-belching megafactory. But don't just take our word for it.
Here's an endorsement from Orion, Mighty King of All Black Sheep, as recently delivered from atop the most majestic, windswept peak in all Montana:
"Baa! Once upon a time, the black-born sheep was doomed to become little more than mutton stew or a hunchback's cloak! But now Orion, Ovine Overlord of All Black Sheep, does hereby command each and every member of his dusky flock to offer fleece to the clothiers of Betabrand, so that the world may finally hear the sound of our bleats!"