Camel Wool Fibre


Camel fibre is obtained from the two humped Bactrian Camel often found Eastern Europe and Asia. The luxurious soft camel wool fibre is collected from the soft underbelly of the camel during the warm summer months. Naturally, as a material designed by nature to protect camels from extremes of heat and cold in a wild environment, camel wool offers outstanding insulating properties, is soft and very comfortable to the skin in all conditions. Until fairly recently, these fibres have been used almost exclusively in high end garment manufacture such as coats and scarves. The wonderful properties for fine clothing make this an ideal addition to any premium furniture construction.

Key features of Camel Fibre:

  • Red / Tan Colour
  • 2-7 cm Staple Length
  • Worn for 3,000 years
  • Soft luxurious feel
  • Breathable
  • Excellent Ventilation
  • Temperature Regulating
  • Lightweight Fine fibre
  • Great value for money