Cashmere wool is known as one of the highest quality types of wool. It is particularly impressive in winter with its cozy warmth and elegant appearance. The soft and very fine cashmere fibers are obtained from the fur of the cashmere goat. In addition to being pleasant to wear, cashmere wool has other properties that underline its exclusive character:

  • In winter, cashmere wool warms particularly well (6 times better than sheep's wool), as the spaces between the fibers store heat perfectly
  • Moisture is quickly absorbed and wicked away to the outside - cashmere is also water-repellent
  • Cashmere wool is very flexible. If it is creased, it quickly returns to its original shape, which is why ironing is not necessary
  • At the same time, cashmere is dirt-repellent and hardly absorbs odors
  • Cashmere has very fine fibers that neither scratch nor fluff