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MOHAIR

 

SOPHISTICATION AND RESILIENCE

Mohair is a fibre of animal origin made from the fleece of Angora goats. The most prestigious breeding farms are in South Africa, where the wool is glossy, smooth and pureOne of the properties that make this fibre exceptional is its innervation, which makes mohair elastic and extremely resilientThanks to the sheen and length of the fibres, mohair is used in the production of wool blends. Another factor that makes mohair special is its reaction to dyeing: colour is even, long-lasting and deeply embedded in the fibre. Mohair and mohair-wool blends are mainly used in the production of menswear and suitsIt is ideal for the production of crease-resistant and sports garments.