Alpaca wool has a special texture that gives it a special warmth and lightness.
Alpaca wool is three times warmer than sheep's wool.
It is three times stronger than sheep's wool.
HypoallergenicUnlike sheep's wool, alpaca fibre contains almost no lanolin, which makes it practically hypoallergenic and suitable for people sensitive to wool.
LightBeing such a warm wool, it allows it to be lighter than other wools.
SoftAlpaca fibre is more water resistant and as soft as cashmere.
The hair of the alpaca is classified among the finest in the world, the thickness ranges from 18 to 22 microns. Cashmere is 19 microns.
Alpacas are free-range animals that graze on pesticide-free land and are not fed hormones.
Alpaca fibre contains microscopic pockets of air, which makes it possible to produce thermal garments that are very light in weight.
The number of fibres needed to make an alpaca garment is considerably reduced compared to wool from other animals. This makes it a very soft wool and very comfortable to wear, since despite providing a lot of warmth, they are very light garments.
Knowing that in these times, consumers are looking for quality products that last over time, baby alpaca products last longer wash after wash.