WHAT IS ALPACA WOOL?
SOUTH AMERICAN CAMELID
OF THE GODS
Alpaca is a species of South American camelid. Known as the fiber of the gods, alpaca wool was gold to the Incan empire. Only Incan Royalty were allowed to use the fiber because of it’s miraculous properties. Later on, this unique animal became an essential to the Andean's everyday life.
NATURE'S SUPERIOR FIBER
We don’t mess with nature. Alpacas natural habitat is enduring these extreme weather conditions.
THE MIRACLE FIBER
How is the alpaca wool nature’s superior fiber?
Alpacas graze in the highest levels of Andes at 5000 meters. Their distinctive wool is naturally produced to battle the intense climates of the Peruvian highlands. At exceeding temperatures of 30ºC+ during the day, their fleece keeps them feeling cool and breathable. While at night, climates drop below freezing, making them resilient to the heat and cold.