Organic Cotton

Organic cotton has a thicker air layer and better moisture retention‭. ‬
The white organic cotton is a blend of cotton from various sources such as the United States‭, ‬India‭, ‬Turkey‭, ‬Africa‭, ‬and Peru etc‭. ‬
The brown and green which is a sustainable colored cotton produced on Dr‭. ‬Sally Fox’s farm‭.


Spinning methods in Japan “Garabou”, reusing in a rich hand-spun texture. “Garabou” was invented in 1877 as a way to mechanically spin Japanese cotton, which has short fibers. The yarn we use is made by the one and only spinning companies in Japan and is made of recycled organic cotton. The unevenness and irregularity of the yarn makes it very comfortable to wear and is breathable.


Soft yak hair from Tibet.
The color is created by blending yak hair with colored organic cotton from the USA. The yak hair used is naturally shed hair. This is one of the reasons we use it in our products as we want to think of the animals. It is in an elegant dark gray, has excellent heat retention, and moisture absorption properties. In addition to being warm, they do not prickle like wool, it is also comfortable and does not pile up. You can wear them all year round, even outside in the fall and winter seasons.


Alpaca hair has a hollow center in the fiber which makes it very moisturizing and surprisingly warm‭. ‬In addition‭, ‬it does not easily pile‭. ‬Although alpaca has such excellent characteristics‭, ‬unfortunately there are some problems in its production‭. ‬One of the problems is that the number of colored alpacas‭, ‬such as black and brown‭, ‬is decreasing‭. ‬Due to the distribution of chemical dyeing‭, ‬the demand for white alpaca‭, ‬which is easier to dye‭, ‬has increased‭, ‬while the demand for brown and black alpaca‭, ‬which are harder to dye‭, ‬has decreased‭. ‬In the past‭, ‬more than 40‭ ‬different colors of alpacas were raised in the area‭, ‬but now the majority of alpacas are white‭.‬