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Discover the remarkable properties of this unmatched natural fiber

Merino Wool is a natural and renewable fiber grown by Merino sheep and, since it’s thinner than regular wool, it feels softer and more comfortable.

One of the key features that sets Extrafine Merino wool apart is its incredibly fine fibers: ours measure 19.5 microns in thickness. The thin fibers create a weave that is lightweight, breathable, and highly adaptable.

Merino wool has natural moisture-wicking properties, which help regulate body temperature by wicking moisture away from the skin.

This means you stay warm and dry in winter and cool in summer, making it an ideal choice for year-round comfort.

Its natural elasticity ensures that garments made from Extrafine Merino wool retain their shape, resisting sagging and wrinkling.


Extrafine Merino wool is not only a great choice for your skin, but also for the environment and the communities involved.

In fact, it’s a renewable resource, with sheep producing new fleece annually. Also, the biodegradability of wool ensures that it won't contribute to microplastic pollution in our oceans.

In addition to its environmental benefits, the Merino wool industry plays a significant role in rural economies worldwide. It provides income and employment opportunities for farmers and communities, particularly in regions where other forms of agriculture may be challenging due to the climate or terrain.

Discover the certifications of our Extrafine Merino Wool


Oeko-Tex is an international system of certification for companies in the textile industry. It tests raw materials, intermediate products and end products. The label "Confidence in Textiles" guarantees that the products are free from harmful substances and that the textile production is safe and transparent.


The Woolmark certification program verifies and guarantees the quality of wool yarns, rigorously tested through fiber analysis, color fastness and yarn strength tests.