Camel Wool

Camel Wool

Wool from camels is usually left natural or can sometimes be dyed a darker color. The fibers in the inner part are used for quality wool, wool coating, sportswear and sports underwear. The outer thick layer is used in thick products such as tents and shepherds’ winter jackets. Features of camel wool; being conductive, softness and durability.

Camel wool is 20 microns in diameter and 2.5 – 12.5 cm in length. The best, softest and most luxurious fiber is obtained from baby camels and is 16/18 micron. Thanks to its quality and fineness, camel wool is an excellent alternative to cashmere fiber. Since it is grown in a desert climate, camel wool has excellent thermoregulation. Moreover, its dehumidification feature absorbs the moisture formed during sleep, providing you with a drier and healthier sleep.