Wool comes from sheep and goats. The process of producing wool fabric starts with shearing the sheep, after which impurities are removed. Wool is then separated into different quality classes based on fiber diameter, length and color.
The fiber is biodegradable and comes from a renewable source. It is often seen as the technical fabric of nature without using man-made substances because it absorbs moisture without feeling wet or cold, is antibacterial and has odor-fighting properties.
Wool also regulates body temperature and is breathable. The natural crimps of wool allow the fabric to maintain its shape well and endure stretching. Wool is resistant to static electricity, hypoallergenic and fire-resistant.