Merino extrafine wool is an extraordinary material, which is why our sweaters are delicate and soft to the touch. A multicolored sweater with a loose cut is another proposition for color lovers. Short cut, slightly extended back, sleeves with cuffs and small slits at the front of the sweater. It looks great in combination with wide trousers. Colors: purple, pink, turquoise, blue.
The dimensions of the sweater may vary from 2 to 5 cm - this is due to the natural properties of the yarn
Peeling wool and cashmere is a natural process. This is due to the specific chemistry of natural fibers. Pilling is most often formed in places particularly exposed to rubbing. It is easy to get rid of tousled balls with a special comb for combing wool or with a clothes shaver. If there are knots on a wool sweater, it must be trimmed with a wool machine and washed, repeating the entire procedure - wearing, cutting, washing - until the wool surface is smooth.
The yarn we use to produce our sweaters has the highest class World certificates: Global Organic GTextile Standard (GOTS) i Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)
This is the raw material NO MULESING - the wool is obtained in a humane way, respecting the feelings of animals from breeding, where the Mulesing method, which is cruel to sheep, is not used and paying attention to the impact on the environment.
Merino wool is the perfect fiber and the only one in its kind - between the merino wool fibers there are millions of air pockets that create a microclimate right next to the skin. At the same time, merino wool is very breathable, so it transfers excess heat to the outside, which prevents overheating. So whatever the weather, it perfectly regulates the body temperature.
Merino wool is extremely fine, thin and soft wool derived from the ancient breed of Merino sheep ( merino ), these animals live in areas with the most extreme weather conditions in the world.
Southern Alps in New Zealand - where sheep live Merynowskie - in summer temperatures reach over 35 degrees Celsius, and in winter they drop below -15. It is not a problem for them, because they are perfectly adapted and, thanks to their excellent insulation, they can cope with such varied conditions. In summer, cooling is necessary to prevent the body from overheating, while in winter, they need a perfect heating layer to prevent freezing.
The more fibers there are in the specified fleece volume , the more air spaces between them. The more air spaces, the better thermoregulation, because air spaces are the insulating factor. So the thinner the fibers and the denser the fleece, the better the thermal insulation.
Merino wool is extremely breathable no matter what the thickness of the material, thanks to the scales that cover the merino fibers and create pores enabling optimal air exchange. Thanks to this, clothing made of such wool is in principle unrivaled, it is the clothing of the future!
Merino wool it is able to absorb moisture up to 35% of its mass because water is absorbed inside the merino fiber, between the scales. Merino fibers create pores through which moisture can penetrate.
Unlike man-made fibers, on the surface of the fibers Merino water does not condense, but evaporates. By extracting moisture, the skin feels dry despite the clothing being damp.
Wool garments " they bite. However, in the case of merino, it is different, because the irritation of wool depends on the diameter of its fibers. Normal wool has a fiber thickness of 27 to 50 microns, while the thickness of merino fibers ranges from 15 to 23 microns. They are almost as thin as a cobweb (in comparison, a human hair is 45 to 100 microns thick).
The larger and wider the fibers, the less flexible and a reduced ability to flex, resulting in skin pricking and an itchy sensation. Merino fibers have a much smaller diameter, are more flexible and gently bend when in contact with the skin. Thanks to this, merino is very nice and pleasant to the touch and does not scratch, which is very important only in the case of allergy sufferers, children and athletes, but also for everyone who appreciates the delicacy and comfort of wearing in clothing.
Organic Merino Wool is a 100% natural material and it is easily biodegradable, so it is part of the eco trend.
THIS MODEL WAS MADE FROM SECTION COLORED YARN, SO EVERYONE THE PRODUCT WILL HAVE A DIFFERENT COLOR ARRANGEMENT. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO PURCHASE IDENTICAL PIECES