La blazer escocesa
The Scottish blazer couldn´t be softer thanks to its composition of three of the softest fibers in the world. The blazer is mainly made of wool made in Ireland by William Brown, with a Scottish design in blue tones. In addition, our Scottish jacket is composed of mohair, a fiber extracted from the hair of the Angora goat, characterized by its softness and shine. Finally, to achieve that maximum softness, our Scottish blazer also contains 5% cashmere, one of the scarcest goat wools in the world that is obtained from the deepest, finest and most delicate part of the goat's wool. Its origin is where the so-called Pashmina Goat lives, in the local villages of the mountains of Tibet, on the southern slope of the Himalayas and the Xinjiang region of China, all rocky mountain areas abound with very low temperatures.
The composition is 60% wool 25% mohair 5% cashmere.
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