PERUVIAN HIGHLAND WOOL
CROSS BREED WOOLS
Peruvian Highland Wool comes from a crossbreed sheep that lives in the Peruvian highlands at over 2,000m above sea level.
These crossbreed animals derive from Corridale and Merinos, and the environment in which they live allow them to produce a wool that is dry, crimpy and durable. Its micron ranges from 24.5mic to 28.5mics and it is available in raw white and some undyed colour offered in the Eco line.
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