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While  Alpaca Wool is only a standard, or default, lining in a couple of our jackets anyone wanting extra warmth will find it hard to beat.

We currently offer Alpaca Wool from Peru in three colour options; Brown, Black or Grey. The latest delivery is heavier than in the past, in fact it's the best Alpaca Wool cloth we've ever seen.

The Alpaca, Llama and Vicuña are three closely-related South American mammals and they're all renown for the yarn woven from their sheared hair.
The Llama is the biggest animal of the three. The yarn is perceived as being rougher and less desirable than alpaca yarn
Cloth woven from the hair of the Alpaca is warmer and lighter (in weight) than cashmere wool. Depending on the species, alpaca fibre can be suitable for weaving or knitting and is often blended with cashmere to reduce cost (and you know when cashmere is the cheap component, it's going to be pricey!) 
The Vicuña is a smaller and undomesticated relative of the Alpaca. Its hair grows very slowly so it can only be sheared once every three years - and partly due to it's rarity, a yard's worth of genuine vicuna fabric retails for around £1500 making Alpaca a very affordable and desirable "extra" when chosen as a lining for one of our jackets.