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WeatherWool Advisor Jeremiah Goodman in his Anorak. Jeremiah represents WeatherWool in Japan.
WeatherWool Advisor Jeremiah Goodman in his Anorak. Jeremiah represents WeatherWool in Japan.
WeatherWool Advisor Jeremiah Goodman in his Anorak. Jeremiah represents WeatherWool in Japan.
WeatherWool Advisor Jeremiah Goodman in his Anorak. Jeremiah represents WeatherWool in Japan.

Jeremiah Goodman, Japan

DRAFT VERSION!!!

Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Specialties: Adventure, Travel, Photography, Poetry

 Email: jeregoodman@gmail.com

Jeremiah helps WeatherWool gain exposure in Japan by posting on Instagram in Japanese ... @WeatherWoolJapan

Jeremiah is an outdoor adventurer and photographer and language acquirer who enjoys traveling and exploration. He lives with his family in a small village in the mountains of Japan. He and his family use the trees from the local mountains as their main source of heat. The village where they live has lots of snow. There are also a lot of wildlife, including bears. Even though it's only 4-and-a-half hours from Tokyo, it's very rugged and wild. Jeremiah and his family love exploring the hidden spots of Japan.

"I have had the great pleasure to wear my Anorak for almost a year now.  It is truly one of the best pieces of clothing I have ever worn.  It is beyond most things that you can buy today.  The craftsmanship and sheer versatility of WeatherWool is incredible.  I have done almost everything in my Anorak, from trekking in the mountains, to chopping firewood, and exploring Tokyo. From the mountains to the ocean, it is my go-to piece of gear/clothing that is absolutely essential.  The Anorak is perfect for me when I go out shooting.  Not only does it protect me from all the elements, from rain to snow, it has plenty of pockets to hold my camera and other essentials.  One of the things that I love most about owning a piece of WeatherWool clothing is that it is a true heirloom.  It is a throwback to the way clothing used to be made. If you take care of your WeatherWool, it will take care of you. It is something that I feel my great grandfather would have worn. And I know that it is something that I will be able to pass on to my children."

6 May 2019