Camel's wool is one of the most valuable, though little known and known. Camel hair is softer and more enveloping than virgin wool. Absorbs more moisture and is cooler in summer and warmer in winter, the wool is made from camels by combing the animal between the end of spring and the beginning of summer, ie in the period in which it naturally loses its coat. Contrary to what one thinks the animal is not shorn, the hairs that fall are strictly hand-picked, according to tradition. Each camel supplies about 700/900 grams of product in a year, something, together with the wildness of the animal, contributes to making this type of wool rare and very expensive. Camel hair is softer and more enveloping than virgin wool. It absorbs more moisture and is cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Today this natural fiber is compared to the finest natural wools and is used as a luxury material for the creation of exclusive garments for men or women, such as jackets and blazers, skirts, socks, sweaters, gloves, scarves, stoles and others clothing.