Camel wool is the warmest wool in the world, is incredibly durable thanks to its elastic fibres and very soft (doesn’t itch). It has unique thermal properties, guarantees high protection against the cold and provides airflow in high temperatures. It is also odours non-absorbent.

Very valuable by this kind of wool are its healing properties. By covering ourselves with camel wool we can obtain positive health effects like improved blood circulation or improvement of joint mobility. Covering areas that are in pain we stimulate soft tissues which improves blood flow. Additionally, we limit the intensity of inflammations.

Thanks to a large amount of lanolin, camel wool has a positive effect on our health. Lanolin has a softening impact on our skin and removes the effects of stress of it. Additionally, lanolin has an anti-allergic effect. It repels all the allergens, preventing the accumulation of dangerous mites. Camel wool prevents from respiratory infections.


Yak is a species of cattle living in the harshest climate areas. These animals can withstand frosts up to -40°C. Therefore yak wool is much warmer than sheep wool.

Hair of these animals fur are very thin and smooth, therefore the wool is almost as soft as cashmere and similarly to cashmere goat has a double hair coat. The wool thanks to soft fibres does not irritate or itch. Yak wool is warmer than merino wool, fine as cashmere and durable as hair of camel. Similarly to camel wool it is anti-allergic and prevents the accumulation of mites.

This wool is also a great isolator. It keeps warmth perfectly but also “breaths”, it absorbs moisture from the body and evaporates it in the air, preventing from overheating. Yak wool does not accumulate odours.


Mongolian sheep wool differs from that of Poland because of the climate in which they live. Thanks to their thick and fluffy fur Mongolian sheep withstand even the worst frosts, which is why their wool is so warm. Additionally, the fur of these sheep must be perfectly breathable, not to lead to overheating in the spring-summer season.

Sheep wool from Mongolia is emanating with the warmth, but is still breathable and does not accumulate moisture or odours. It has excellent thermal parameters, is very soft and does not itch. Similarly to camel and yak wool, it is a great solution for allergy suffers because its fibres are not allergenic.


Due to the geographical location and harsh climatic conditions, Mongolian cashmere is known to be the best and finest in the world. Far from the oceans, with the cold aura of Siberia to the North, Mongolia is dry and extremely cold in the winter period. This harsh climate causes that Hircus goats cover themselves with the best natural coats known as cashmere. With characteristic: 15,8 - 16,5 microns in diameter and length over 38mm.

Cashmere is thermoactive. It protects against high and low temperature, as the loosely bonded, curly wool fibres perfectly store the air and the heat produced by the human body. Additionally, cashmere is dirt and odour - resistant and absorbs water vapour, draining it almost immediately to the outside. At the same time, its surface does not absorb water, which means it dries quickly. Cashmere fibres are soft and elastic, which means that the material does not crumple.

Free-range cashmere goats feed on native grasses on the vast Mongolian steppe. Natural nutrients consumed by them and harsh climatic conditions in which they live are as well simple as complex reason for mysterious and unique characteristics of Mongolian cashmere, which is internationally recognized.