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Super soft, Breathable, Insulating.

Super soft, Breathable, Insulating.  Three qualities that describe some of the unique characteristics of the organic cotton we choose to make our OWL hoodie.   This Texas grown organic cotton is manufactured domestically in family owned spinning, knitting, and finishing mills.  Throughout the process of creating and refining the pattern we have become very familiar with this fabric. We chose it for its softness and luxurious feel but we love it for its breath-ability and insulating properties.  Our OWL hoodie is truly a year round garment and will keep you comfy no matter what you are doing.  No wonder why our daughter choose to sleep in nothing but her dads hoodie last night.                

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It's happening....

After one of the longest winters on record spring has been a welcome change.  The cherry blossoms are in bloom, the leaves are on the trees, the baby chicks are peeping.  With the coming of spring comes the unveiling of the One Without Limits website.  We are so excited and have been working hard to get ready for this moment.  Give us a look.  We hope you like what you see.  Our American made clothing line is 100% organic.  All fabric and thread is grown and processed completely on U.S. soil.  From seed to store our clothing has never left the U.S.  We took our time to source the best materials possible with sustainability and comfort in mind.  Keep your...

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Round two of the Polar Vortex.

Since moving to the farmhouse we have been fortunate to witness beauty and quite unlike any other.  There is something special about this place and coming from an urban upbringing only highlights the uniqueness of this area.  That is not to say we haven't been confronted with our own set of new challenges since we have been here.  Often times taking on a comical spin...from broken tractors to mow our enormous yard to having to rehang the barn door during a snow storm (using a ladder that probably originated with this 150 year old home).  The good times keep rolling in.  This week is the second time the polar vortex has hit.  We have had our share of tough winters....

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Follow our blog to find out more about the city kids that moved to a country farmhouse and started making cloths.      

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