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All materials used in production by Loman carry the EcoTex label. This means that no harmful chemicals were used in their production.


Cotton

Cotton is a plant-based fiber. It surrounds the seeds of the plant of the same name. In the process of ripening, the envelope of the flower opens, the fibers come out and weave into flat, ribbon-like clusters, ideal for processing into yarns.

This yarn has many properties. Retains heat (depending on the thickness), is resistant to stretching, does not cause allergies or bites. It can be worn directly on the body. It is also very resistant to the absorption of odors, and if any odors pass from time to time, they are easily washed off.

Wool

Wool is a natural fiber of animal origin. We obtain it by cutting off the excess hair of sheep, but there are also types obtained from goats or camels. The most valuable type of wool is cashmere, which wraps around the chins and elbows of cashmere goats.

Single fibers are thin, but very densely accumulated, thanks to which they retain a lot of air and are characterized by high insulation values. Wool clothes warm us very well without having to be thick.

Its additional features are slowly getting dirty and soaking up with moisture. A well-made wool hat soaks up rain or fog very slowly for a long time. Thanks to this, it is an excellent companion even in very unfavorable weather.

Merino Wool

The most valuable kind of wool is sheared from merino sheep. Its fiber is very thin but densely compact. It has excellent thermal properties. It is also very soft and bites much less than its related species.

Alpaca

Very popular in recent seasons, a type of wool obtained from South American ungulates of the same name. They are cousins of camels and their wool is extremely delicate and silky.

An additional advantage is the high tolerance of allergy sufferers to contact with this wool.

Cashmere

The famous cashmere comes from Central Asia, where it is obtained from goats. The most valued one is from the region of the same name – Kashmir, in northern India, at the foot of the Himalayas. Knitted fabrics made of this yarn are extremely soft, delicate, shiny, and very pleasant to the touch. They heat very well even in thin items.

They are so delicate that a scarf with a sufficiently light stitch can be easily pulled through a small ring.

Angora Wool

Angora rabbit wool. Its acquisition is controversial, so we make sure that ours comes from ethical farms, where only excess rabbit wool is used for yarn, delicately combed on its hair. The form of breeding is comparable to sheep breeding.

Angora wool is extremely soft and fluffy and looks like mohair. It heats very well and does not cause allergies. For some people it can be a bit more biting, so often in our models, we line its interior with a more friendly material.

Moher

Angora goat wool. This wool is very soft and fluffy. So much so that it is often confused with Angora rabbit wool. It is extremely resilient and, moreover, it is resistant to the effect of choking and fulling.

Viscose

An artificial non-woven fabric of natural origin. It is comparable to cotton because it is made of wood cellulose, but it is also chemically treated. As a result, a material is created that keeps heat well but is also breathable.

It works great as an admixture with other yarns. It greatly improves their softness and makes them breathe better.

Acrylic

Acrylic is a synthetic material that is very often used in the production of clothing. It allows you to reduce production costs and also make it easier because it can be produced all year round.

It is characterized by high elasticity, resistance to moths, fungi, or bacteria, and the fact that it does not cause allergic reactions.

Polyester

A synthetic material that has enjoyed a very bad reputation recently. Used as an admixture to other materials due to its very high durability. We use it mainly in sports models.

Elastan

Synthetic fiber used to (as the name suggests) increase the flexibility of products. As an admixture of yarn, we use it when sewing the edges of hats so that they stay better on the head. We also use it sometimes in the seams to make them more durable.

Polyamide

Synthetic yarn with similar properties to polyester. Used as an admixture to other materials due to its very high durability. We use it to obtain stronger colors, because it can be dyed very well. With its help, for example, we made neon caps with very flashy colors.