RAW MATERIALS

Sheepskin and wool

Resilience, elastic, durable, breathable, and warm. Sheep wool can easily absorb moisture but also release moisture. It always maintains a perfect balance. Mongolians can use their sheep wool in winter under -40 C and in summer when it’s + 20 as pure and organic sheep wool regulates temperature well. It does not itch when wool is organic, fine, and pure, it does not itch. In general, all types of pure wool are capable of absorbing up to a third of its dry weight in moisture. Compared to cashmere, sheep wool products last long and become softer as it is used. Besides keeping the skin dry, this quality also naturally inhibits mildew.

Cashmere

The cashmere is a light and warm premium product with fine fiber.,. The naturally grown colors are white, gray, and brown. The quality of cashmere is determined by its fineness, white color, and length. It becomes softer when it's finer. White cashmere is not required to be bleached, hence, it is less damaged and gets a better dye. Cashmere goats have soft and fine hair in deep, covered by coarse one due to the harsh climates. It is called cashmere after it’s combed with a special comb when the weather becomes warmer. An average of 150-300 grams of cashmere is produced from one goat. For bred goats, up to 1 kg of cashmere can be produced. Therefore, cashmere products are expensive in terms of their limited and expensive resources. Mongolian cashmere is highly valued in the world cashmere market, according to the indicator of its average diameter of 15-17 microns and a length of 36-44 mm. We supply about 40 percent of the total world cashmere. Mongolian organic cashmere is considered the best in the world for its heat retention, fineness, and softness.

Camel wool

Two-humped camels are very rare in the world and are found only in and around the Mongolian Gobi. Camel wool protects and insulates camels from the cold winter and has the great heat-balancing capability that keeps them cool in the summer. These qualities and features are kept in the products made of camel wool. Camel wool is valued for its heat retention and lasting feature compared to other materials which are used to make knitted and woven fabrics. The fine camel wool suits the best to make men's and women's clothes and household items, mixed with other materials. Although it is slightly thicker than cashmere, camel wool is the most durable and heat-retaining, according to its average length of 18-22 microns and a length of 40 mm & more. The naturally occurring color is usually yellow mixed with reddish-brown to light brown.

Yak wool

The wool of yaks and camels has the same quality as goat cashmere, and the fibers of these animals are considered to be environmentally friendly regarding the yaks and camels have relatively fewer negative effects on Greenland than goats. According to a study by New York's CCMI laboratory, yak wool is 17 percent warmer than cashmere and 47 percent warmer than Australian sheep wool, but it is far warmer than cashmere as it is felt. Yak wool products have the following characteristics. - Warm - Soft - Durability - Good air permeability - Not electrostatic - Bacteria resistant - Not absorb odor Mongolian yak has 4 main colors. - No.1 is a light yellow - No.2 is navy !!blue - No.3 is beige - No.4 is dark brown.

Cow, sheep, goat crust leather, and finished leather

Chromium plating can be considered a relatively new material that has been in the leather processing industry for just over 100 years. It is universally recognized that chrome is the best tanner in terms of economy, durability, and other properties of processed leather. Vegetable tanning is a tanning material that has been used since ancient times and is considered to be a raw material that has been used since the development of leather processing technology. Natural tanning raw materials for tanning are available in liquid and powder form from various parts of the plant, such as forest, bark, fruits, berries, and leaves.