About Cashmere & Merino Wool
Cashmere & Superfine Merino Wool
Cashmere and superfine Merino wool have similar and compatible properties - both are 100% natural, biodegradable, renewable, wrinkle-resistant, and breathable. Cashmere is known worldwide for its incredible softness, lightness, and warmth. Superfine Merino wool is famous for its softness, strength, and versatility. Cashmere is traditionally made from the wool of a specific cashmere goat that originates in northern Asia and grazes on specific vegetation types to ensure the highest quality wool. Merino wool fibres are fine, enabling them to bend more than traditional, coarser wool fibres.
Cashmere is a type of wool that comes from the soft undercoat of the cashmere goat and is known for its luxurious texture and warmth. Superfine merino wool is the softest variety of sheep's wool. Although cashmere and merino wool are among the softest wools available, cashmere is slightly softer than merino due to its finer and thinner fibres. Wool blends have become popular, combining wool's warmth and durability with other fibers' properties.
Advantages of Cashmere & Superfine Merino Wool:
both cashmere & superfine merino wool are lightweight, which makes the combination ideal for throws that can be used in any season both cashmere & superfine merino wool are breathable materials that allow air to circulate, which helps regulate body temperature and prevent overheating both cashmere & superfine merino wool are moisture-wicking and have a propensity to dry quickly