Our fibres

Today, thanks to Andean, this extraordinary fibre plays a fundamental role in the world of textiles, offering unique designs full of inspiration.

Alpaca

Alpaca

This is a camelid that lives in the Peruvian Andes, possessor of the fibre with the greatest chromatic variety that exists in the world of fabrics, granting us tonalities that go from white to black, passing through chestnut and gray, forming unique shades of color.

This quality, together with its warmth and softness, was the inspiration and basis for the Andean textile development, especially in the time of the Incas.

Today, thanks to Andean, this extraordinary fibre plays a fundamental role in the world of textiles, offering unique designs full of inspiration.



Alpaca fiber is an excellent insulator, both for heat and cold. For this reason it is excellent for outdoor activities (outdoor) as it adapts to changing climates.

High performance under extreme conditions: the physical characteristics of alpaca fiber allow the production of products with superior performance in extreme climates, both cold and warm.

Due to the hygroscopic characteristics of alpaca fiber, elaborated garments easily absorb moisture from the environment. In other words, the uncomfortable feeling of wearing a "wet garment" is much less in humid climates.

The resistance. density and curvature of alpaca fiber make garments made with this material very resistant to wear.

Wool

This is the fiber from the whitish and spotless mantle of the Merino Sheep, owner of numerous qualities, one of the best known and most commercialized worldwide; this fiber provides thermal insulation, ideal to be used in different climates and thanks to its characteristics such as elasticity, finesse, softness and thermal capacity, Andean uses it to create comfortable garments for trips and adventures.