Why Alpaca

About Alpacas

Luxuriously soft, lightweight, durable and extremely rare, the fur and wool of the Peruvian alpaca is unrivaled by any other natural fiber in the world. The harsh environment in the Andean mountains that these little camelids call home, conveniently makes their fleece the single most desirable fiber in the world. Alpaca fiber is uniquely smooth and glossy, creating opulent, silky products that beg to be touched, stroked and lived with. Thanks to its semi-hollow fiber structure and short glossy surface scales, alpaca fiber is extremely smooth and silky to touch and traps warmth very efficiently. Alpaca wool is also perfect for people with sensitives skin as it is allergy-free, non-prickly, while being also dirt and water replellent. 

Domesticated already thousands of years ago by the predecessors of the Incas, the qualities we appreciated in the alpaca’s wool are forged by the extraordinarily tough weathers at 3500-5000 meters of altitude in the Andes mountains in Peru, where daily temperatures fluctuate up to 40 degrees – from -20C to + 20C. This unique but very hard environment produces alpaca wool that is more luxurious and with better physical qualities than any other fiber available.


Extremely smooth scale surface with glossy shine gives the alpaca fiber unparalleled physical and emotional qualities

  • 5-7 times warmer than regular sheep wool
  • remarkably strong and durable
  • dirt and water repellent
  • allergy-free
  • highly breathable and lightweight
  • natural lustrous shine

Extremely soft and silky like cashmere

  • flame resistant
  • does not pill easily
  • non-prickle factor
  • lanolin-free, therefore naturally hypoallergenic
  • water and dirt-repellent
  • low impact on the environment
  • easy maintenance