Natural fibres

Camel wool

This fibre is obtained by brushing young Chinese camels. Only a small amount of hair, about seven00 grams, is obtained from each camel in one year. The fineness and softness of this fibre make it an excellent heat insulating material capable of withholding a considerable amount of warm air, preventing heat exchange and making it an ideal padding for winter. Better hygroscopic properties, compared to sheep wool, guarantee a dry and pleasant microclimate.

Tussah Silkt

This wild silk is obtained from lepidopteran cocoons, similar to those of silkworm, and comes from India, China and Japan. With its incomparable fineness, this natural fibre is extremely resistant and highly elastic.Thanks to limited thermal conductivity and high hygroscopic capabilities, it is used in the winter side padding, guaranteeing warmth and the absence of humidity.

Pure Merino Wool

This precious fibre comes from Merino sheep fleece and it’s capable of instilling wellbeing and warmth in even the coldest months of the year. Wool’s natural properties allow evaporation of humidity generated by the body and promote its natural heat-regulating process.

Wool

Wool fibre’s natural properties guarantee warmth and a dry microclimate during winter.

Wool Blend

With their natural properties, wool fibres, combined with other insulating fibres, guarantee a high degree of comfort during the cold season.

Horsehair

This general term includes several types of curled hair, including horse mane and tail hair. It undergoes a special process that makes it elastic and resilient, cool in hot weather and with considerable air permeability. Horsehair is also hygroscopic: it absorbs natural body perspiration without getting damp.

Linen

Linen fibres are obtained from the stem of the Linum Usitatissimum. This is an herbaceous plant grown mainly in the temperate, cool regions of northern Europe.A good heat conductor, it is the most suitable fibre for padding the summer side thanks to the cool sensation it gives when in contact with the skin. Moreover, its molecular structure allows it to absorb up to 20% of its weight in humidity.

Cotton

Cotton fibre is made of the downy bloom surrounding the seeds of the plant, part of the Gossypium family. A single plat produces on average 3 kg of fibre per year. This soft and shiny fibre, with excellent hygroscopic properties, guarantees, in summer, an incomparable sense of wellbeing and pleasure.

Cotton Blend

With excellent hygroscopic properties, cotton fibres, combined with other heat- insulating fibres, guarantee a high degree of comfort in warm weather.