What Makes Alpaca Wool
the Fabric of Royalty?
NATURAL SHINE | STAIN RESISTANT | SMOOTH | SILKY
During the Inca times, Alpaca wool was reserved for the Royalty.
It was praised for creating the most luxurious fabrics.
Why is Alpaca Wool Nature’s Superior Performance Fiber?
It does not melt or stick when touching another burning surface.
Durable & SOFTNESS
The fiber is extremely stretchy and easily expands. It’s wave structure called crimping is the reason for its strength. We use the finest fibers at 18 to 18.5 microns. It feels incredibly soft at touch.
Feeling cool when it's hot and feeling warm when cold. Alpaca can naturally release heat and contain heat in it’s hollow core.
It’s hollow fibers capture your body warmth protecting you from the cold while being breathable.
Odor is hidden in the fiber’s unique structure.
Alpaca wool protects from the harsh sun rays. So you can enjoy your gear during the spring & summer.
You can bury your gear in the ground under the correct conditions.
≈ 0% Moisture Absorption
Their fibers absorb almost zero percent of moisture. This helps you stay dry and comfortable.
Keratin is an antibacterial property found in alpaca wool. You wash less and save water and energy.
Alpaca fibers are Lanolin-Free. Lanolin (itchy wax) is found in most sheep’s wool including merino. It takes toxic substances to remove this wax off wool including gallons of boiling water.
This unique wool wicks away moisture so you avoid the chills when you are sweating.
Resistant to high winds, you can hike through any climate.