Alpaca incorporates the finest features of the world natural fibers. The first cousin of the Llama, Alpacas are native to the Andes Mountains in Peru, and are 80% of the total population of Alpacas in the world.
The finest of alpaca hair, and its hollow, insulating core give alpaca fiber a smooth, velvety hand and cloud-weight softness.
Alpaca is an aristocrat of the luxury fiber world.
Alpaca is found naturally in 22 distinct colors. The fiber can also be blended to produce an infinite array of natural colors.
Alpaca has a natural, rich luster that gives garments high visual appeal.
The strength of the fiber does not diminish as it becomes finer, thus making it ideal for processing.
The fiber from Alpaca is unusually strong and resilient.
Alpaca is warmer and lighter, stronger, and far more durable than wool.
Alpaca is soft, supple and smooth to the touch.
The cellular structure of the fiber produces a soft hand unmatched by most other specialty fibers.