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The natural fiber Mongolian camel wool, also known as camel hair, is obtained from the undercoat of the double-humped camel. This domesticated camel species is native to Mongolia and the surrounding regions. Due to its unique properties, camel wool is ideal for making clothing, especially in colder regions. Its high thermal insulation is due to the hollow fibers, which trap warm air, as well as its natural crimp for additional insulation. The wool is also characterized by its water resistance, which means that it retains its insulating properties even when damp.
€26.20 incl tax excluding shipping
equates to €262.00 per 1 kg(s)
The natural fiber Mongolian camel wool, also known as camel hair, is obtained from the undercoat of the double-humped camel. This domesticated camel species is native to Mongolia and the surrounding regions. Due to its unique properties, camel wool is ideal for making clothing, especially in colder regions. Its high thermal insulation is due to the hollow fibers, which trap warm air, as well as its natural crimp for additional insulation. The wool is also characterized by its water resistance, which means that it retains its insulating properties even when damp.
€26.20 incl tax excluding shipping
equates to €262.00 per 1 kg(s)
Camels that are up to three years old, on the other hand, are known as baby camels. Their wool is very flexible and extremely soft, but the flock is shorter, so it should be sorted separately and the quality level of knitwear and textiles is no less high than that of cashmere products. On average, 1-3 year old camels can produce 2400–4500 grams of wool, while adult camels can produce 4600–8000 grams of wool annually.
€28.50 incl tax excluding shipping
equates to €285.00 per 1 kg(s)
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