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