Merino wool is 100% natural product, which is obtained from merino sheep. The functionality of merino as a fibre has made it one of the most sought for materials in cold and moist circumstances.
ANTIBACTERIAL Merino wool is by nature antibacterial. It does not collect odours to itself. It is often enough to give the cloth airing, to make it fresh again.
VERY WARM Even a thin layer of merino wool warms more effectively than any man-made fibre.
WARMS WHEN MOIST Merino wool fibre can absorb moisture an amount equal to 30% of its own weight, the fibre still feeling dry against the skin.
FLEXIBLE Thanks to the special structure of merino yarn, it is possible to make flexible and thin knits and fabrics of it. Thin and adapting merino clothes suit for wearing layers thanks to their good fitting and comfort.
ECOLOGICAL The use of merino wool in textile industry will reduce the plastic load of the world. When it is necessary to demolish wool fibre, it will decompose naturally over the years and release the nutrients back to the soil.
BREATHABLE Merino wool is a breathable natural fibre which reacts to the body temperature. When it is cold, a merino wool garment feels warm, when it is warm, it feels cool.
ABILITY TO TRANSFER MOISTURE Merino wool transfers moisture effectively, evaporating it into the air.
GENTLE FOR SKIN Merino wool fibre is very long and really thin. It is not itchy like thicker wool types, but instead, it feels nice and soft against the skin.
FIRE SAFE Wool requires a temperature of 570–600 degrees Celsius to catch fire, whereas cotton catches fire already at 225 degrees. Wool does not melt either, which means that it cannot stick to one’s skin when catching fire, like many synthetic materials do. Because of its fire safety, wool is utilized to a great extent in public premises, such as hotels and airports.