The quality of wool depends on the length of individual hair and the location on the animal from where the hair had been cut. Other factors that contribute to the quality of wool include climate, habitat/altitude and even vegetation.
New Zealand wool is most well known as the whitest and purest wool in the world. It is known most for its naturally soft feel, due to the vegetation available to herds. The sheep from New Zealand are raised on land unsuitable for crop cultivation or other agricultural production. New Zealand sheep farms do not use any banned pesticides, which creates one of the world’s most environment-friendly animal production industries. This specific type of wool dyes very well, giving long lasting colors to create stylish modern looks. You can be assured of lasting quality and beauty for many years to come.