Merino wool is one of the most natural and functional materials that exist, it is very popular for the manufacture of fabrics. Merino wool is a yarn of superior quality, its fine soft fibres make it a very comfortable and pleasant fabric in contact with the skin, so it is very suitable for the manufacture of pieces designed for people with sensitive skins.
If we compare synthetic fibres with merino fibres, we can find many differences. Natural wool fibres have a much more complex structure and are known to give clothing greater breathability. Merino wool has excellent insulating properties, so the yarn can regulate the body temperature in a natural way. Because of its quality, this type of yarn is especially appreciated in countries with cold climates, where fabrics that can retain heat are highly valued.
Merino wool is a natural material that is both light, soft and soft at the same time. It protects against odours making it very effective against smells and especially useful on hot days or when playing sports. In addition, merino wool can absorb large amounts of water while keeping you warm.
This type of sheep was discovered in the Middle Ages and has since grown in popularity as a source of quality yarn.
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Cones of different lengths and thicknesses are available. It is a certified pure product and is ideal for the manufacture of luxury products.
Merino wools have a number of very characteristic qualities, such as low abrasiveness and a lower incidence of static electricity compared to other materials. They are designed to prevent pilling and are unlikely to lose softness after many times of washing.
What is so special about Merino wool?
Merino wool is unique in absorbing odours caused by bacteria, trapping their smell and preventing them from building up. This means that you can wear clothes made with Merino wool for longer without having to worry about odour.
This is due to the structure of the wool fibres: their surface resembles tiles (as opposed to synthetic fibres, which are smooth), making it difficult for bacteria to lodge inside. These bacteria are responsible for the closed smell.
What are the advantages of Merino wool?
Merino wool offers many advantages: It provides good insulation, transports moisture and has anti-static properties; it does not itch, smell or crease badly; it is lightweight and keeps its shape. And it does all this in a completely natural and sustainable way.
Merino wool is much finer and softer than normal wool. It is raised by Merino sheep that graze in the highlands of Australia and New Zealand. Since the 12th century, when the breed originated, the sheep have developed the softest and finest fleece. They can withstand temperatures ranging from -20 C° to +35 C°. And with today's spinning technology and fibre treatments, Merino wool results in exceptional fabrics that outperform materials such as cotton or synthetics on all fronts.