Wool is a fascinating material that acts as a warm layer in cold weather and cools your body down when you are feeling warm. In other words, wool is a performance material of nature and is also inflammable. Wool is nature’s miracle that is a performance material making an ideal partner for horsetail hair and cotton.
An optimal bed climate is enabled by the use of pure wool, which functions as a makeshift climate regulator of your bed. For a very long time, wool has been a renowned material for its capability to remain warm in cold and vice versa. Using wool, one can sleep comfortably at an optimal temperature and remain dry. The wool fiber has been structured in a way that enables large volumes of air to position themselves in between the fibers, therefore offering impeccable insulation properties while making it flexible, elastic, and resilient. Moreover, about 30 percent of the wool’s weight in water can be absorbed by the material, without becoming wet.
Just as important as growing perfect natural fibre in a sustainable way is ensuring that it’s fit for purpose and delivers the optimum performance at all times. By working closely with our New Zealand wool farmers, innovation partners and customers, we can offer wool that surpasses expectations and meets specific needs. All this with an eye on the future, anticipating future trends and adapting our on-farm methods accordingly.