The Alpaca is a South American Camelid and is indigenous to the Peruvian highlands. The Alpaca produces a natural fibre often referred to as the ‘fibre of the gods’ by the Inca. Their fine and sumptuous hair is shorn annually to be made into delicate garments. There are an estimated 4 million Alpacas in South America. Approximately 95% live in central and southern regions of Peru. BABY ALPACA has been hand-classified to a fineness of no more than 23 microns. This is a superior quality fibre which is soft, smooth and shiny. No other fibre keeps your body cool and warm at the same time. Alpaca has microscopic air pockets that keep you warm during the winter and allow you to stay cool in the summer.
Some of the most recognised benefits of BABY ALPACA are:
  • 100% natural fibre - sustainable, renewable, biodegradable and ethical
  • Hypoallergenic - lanolin free
  • Lightweight
  • Excellent thermal insulation- keepsyour body warm in the winter and cool in the sumer
  • luxurious feel, retains its appearance over time
  • Resistant fibre - no odours, no wrinkles
  • Flame resistant
  • Windproof
  • Solar radiation
  • Repels water
  • Warmer than goose down
  • Stronger than mohair
  • Lighter, warmer and stronger than wool



Source: International Alpaca Association
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