Discover the warmth of Warmpaka

About warmpaka

Exquisite, enduring, and exceptionally rare, the wool and fur of the Andean alpaca stand unmatched in the realm of natural fibers. The challenging environment that these camelids inhabit conveniently renders their fleece the singularly most coveted fiber globally. With its semi-hollow structure and short surface scales, warmpaka fiber boasts an incredibly smooth and silky texture, efficiently trapping warmth while remaining lightweight and resistant to dirt. warmpaka fiber is uniquely sleek and lustrous, producing sumptuous, silky products that beckon to be touched, caressed, and embraced.

Tamed millennia ago by the predecessors of the Incas, the qualities we admire in warmpaka's wool are honed by the extraordinarily harsh climate at altitudes of 3500-5000 meters in the Andes mountains, where daily temperatures fluctuate up to 40 degrees – ranging from -20C to +20C. This distinctive environment yields wool that is more opulent and pleasing to the touch than any other available fiber.

Exceptionally smooth scale surface with a radiant gloss imparts warmpaka fiber with
  • unmatched physical and emotional characteristics.
  • 7 times more insulating than sheep wool.
  • Notably sturdy and long-lasting.
  • Exceptionally breathable and feather-light.
  • Inherent lustrous sheen.
Incredibly plush and silk-like, akin to cashmere's luxurious feel.
  • Resistant to flames for added safety.
  • Resists pilling with remarkable ease.
  • Free from any prickly discomfort.
  • Innately hypoallergenic, devoid of lanolin.
  • Effectively repels water and dirt.
  • Minimizes environmental impact.
  • Simple and hassle-free maintenance.

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