• Wool has been used as a textile fiber for thousands of years, and its history can be traced back to ancient civilizations such as Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
  • Wool remains a highly prized natural fiber, and many high-end clothing and textile brands continue to use wool in their products.
  • Wool blends have also become popular, combining wool's warmth and durability with other fibers' properties.
  • Sustainable and ethical wool production practices, such as regenerative grazing and animal welfare standards, are gaining popularity as consumers become more conscious of their clothing choices' environmental and ethical impact.

Advantages of Wool:

  • Wool is an excellent insulator and helps to regulate body temperature, making it an ideal material for winter.
  • Wool can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp, making it comfortable to wear in various weather conditions.
  • Wool is naturally flame-retardant, making it a safer choice for clothing and textiles.
  • Wool fibers are strong and resilient and can withstand repeated wear and washing without losing shape or texture.
  • Wool fibers have a natural elasticity that allows them to stretch and recover their shape, which makes them comfortable to wear and resistant to wrinkles.
  • Wool has natural anti-bacterial properties that help to prevent odors from developing, even after repeated use.

New Zealand Wool

  • New Zealand wool is renowned for its purity, quality, strength and luster
  • New Zealand's temperate climate, good rainfall, and high sunshine make it ideal for producing superior wool
  • New Zealand wool is made from sheep who enjoy a mixture of sunshine, grass, water, and fresh air
  • Advantages of New Zealand wool: 100% natural, biodegradable, renewable, wrinkle resistant, breathable