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Wool is the most common material for sweaters and can refer to a variety of animal fibers. This natural material is perfect for function, style, and comfort. Wools are also often long-lasting and high-quality, meaning you will get to enjoy their fabulous fuzziness for years to come. Wool can include sheep’s wool, rabbit’s angora, alpaca, and other natural animal-based fibers. These animals are typically bred and raised for their coats, which are humanely sheared once they’ve reached a certain length to be woven into thread for clothing and other uses.
One of the most commonly used wool in sweaters is Merino sheep’s wool. Merino wool is known for being hydrophilic, meaning it can absorb up to 30% of its weight in water, making it a great weatherproof choice of sweater. Women’s wool sweaters, including cashmere, can be made from a mix of materials. This can make the wool less itchy and more comfortable to wear. If you prefer a pure wool sweater, consider wearing a thermal or shirt underneath to offset any potential itching, though that itchiness typically subsides after a few wears and washes.
Another wooly favorite is alpaca. This natural fiber is sourced from the mountain-roaming alpacas of the Andes mountains in South America, and is known for its softness, and even softer counterpart, baby alpaca. This woolen fiber is famous for being remarkably warm, waterproof, and beautiful to wear. Alpaca also makes for wonderful winter accessories, such as winter hats and gloves.
- Lightweight and responsive, it’s designed to help you get the most from your activity.
- Suitable for special occasions such as Christmas, birthday, celebration, housewarming gift.
- 100% special leather for the best comfort: warm yet airy.
- The sole is slippery-proof rubber, perfect for running and other activities.
PRINTS: Dye-sublimation printing
WASHABLE: Gently clean the shoes with warm water and foamless soap by hand. Gently wipe the shoes with dry towels after having cleansed