- Lambskin/wool can regulate the body at an even temperature since it does not trap heat.
- It insulates instead, thus keeping the wearer cool in hot weather and warm in cold weather.
- Wool clothing does not cling to the skin like synthetic clothing.
- The air circulates next to the skin and is part of both the insulation benefits and comfort of wearing wool as a natural fibre
- Wool readily absorbs and releases water which prevents moisture from being trapped against the skin
- Wool is very strong and durable. The fibres are strong and will hold together throughout many uses.
Suede leather is made from the underside of the skin, primarily lamb, although goat calf and deer are also frequently used.
Splits from thick hides of cow and deer are also sueded, but, due to the fibre content, have a shaggy nap. Because suede does not include the tough exterior skin layer, Suede is less durable but softer than standard (“full-grain”) leather. Its softness, thinness, and pliability make it suitable for clothing and particular uses; suede was previously used for women’s gloves.
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