Characteristics of the Icelandic wool is unique in its composition, the Icelandic wool consists of two types of fibres;
INNER FIBRES - INSULATING: Fine, soft, highly insulating. The micron count of the inner fibers is 26-28.
OUTER FIBRES - WATER-REPELLENT: Long, glossy, water-repellent. The micron count of the outer fibers is 36+.
Together, these two distinctive fibres create a wool that is Lightweight - lighter than most other wools, keeps you warm and comfortable. Water-repellent - repels rain and stays feeling dry. Breathable - moisture passes through the fibres away from the skin, keeping you dry and comfortable.