Getting to know the alpacas
Alpacas, similar looking to llamas, are domesticated camelids from the Andes region in South America.
Alpacas are particularly valued because of their extremely soft wool, which is used to make different products such as hats, scarves, gloves and ponchos. On average, each alpaca produces 7kg of fleece, which is cut once a year.
Alpaca fleece - one of the warmest, softest and most durable fibers in the world
Alpaca is one of the warmest and most durable fibers that you can find on the market today. Thanks to its softness, it is also one of the most comfortable wools to wear; and with proper care, your favorite alpaca items can be passed down from one generation to the next.
Boosting the local Alpaca economy in Bolivia
By buying beanies, gloves or scarves from beyondBeanie
, consumers are not only getting high quality products, but they are also helping to sustain local Alpaca farmers of Bolivia.
Alpaca farming yesterday and today and tomorrow
The very low environmental impact makes Alpaca wool being amongst the most sustainable fabrics around the world. Today, alpaca farming is a sustainable resource which is gaining world-wide recognition, but which has existed in Bolivia since ancient times which date back to before the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th century.
....Alpaca fibers are truly some of nature's finest work, come discover our 100% Alpaca products, such as beanies
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