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You cannot afford not to have mohair socks!

This statement by a friend prompted me to put pen to paper, “I have cheaper dress socks that are 3-4 years old which still look “quite ok, how to justify 20 Euros for a pair of mohair socks”?  The single biggest hurdle we face is educating consumers about the benefits […]

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Unique Qualities of Mohair

Lustre … Mohair’s natural lustre gives garments a silky sheen. Lightweight … The fabric is luxuriously lightweight and renowned for its cool in summer and warm in winter versatility. Dye – Responsive … Mohair retains even the most brilliant of dye colours. Durability … Because of mohair’s pliability, mohair is […]

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Mohair Socks – Natural fiber made for life

Extensive research has proven the following main characteristics of mohair, which is the most versatile of natural fibers. MOISTURE MANAGEMENT Due to the capillary nature of the fiber, mohair has natural wick-ability. Mohair socks absorb moisture quickly and wick perspiration away from the foot, keeping it dry, comfortable and fresh. […]

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Passionate about Angora goats

Recently a grossly misleading report was published about the cruelty to goats which in due course will be proven to have been willfully constructed for purposeful advantage of alternate groups.   The immediate impact was significant and unfortunate but in all such instances the revelation of the truth will eventually […]

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Technical Outdoor Pants

AIRTECH is a registered trade mark for a fabric made by superfine fibers developed for active wear.  The fabric has a good wind-resistance and is water repellent and easy to care for.  The fabric is granted authorization according to Oko-Tex Standard 100. Good wind-resistance, water, soil and oil repellent. A […]

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Mohair blankets

It’s about quality. Its about natural fibers. Mohair comes from Angora goats that roam on the wide open planes of the dry Karoo in South Africa – the largest producers of fine quality Mohair in the world. The goats are shorn twice a year and are not harmed in any […]

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