First shearing Lambswool is pure virgin wool obtained from lambs under the age of six/eight months. It is very thin and soft, it retains heat and absorbs more dampness than wool from adult animals. Moreover, Lambswool is more corrugated and it contains more air pockets. Its fibers are thinner and, given the same weight, the product contains more filaments. This characteristic gives the fiber a greater thermal power. Merino Wool becomes washable through a process called Oxy-Wash, that's to say a treatment with oxygen, a natural element that avoids the use of chlorine. This process eliminates wool scales without damaging the proteins of the fiber and respecting the environment at the same time. The resulting fiber is soft, hygroscopic, odorless and permeable to vapor. Through this process the characteristics of the wool fiber remain unchanged even after several washings.