Camel hair

Camel hair wool is obtained by combing and shearing the hair of the Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus). Camel hair is gathered during the summer shedding, which lasts six to eight weeks. To remove any residual dust and other impurities, the hair is thoroughly combed and washed. Important suppliers of camel hair are Mongolia, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia, Tibet, and Australia.

Camel wool regulates the temperature very well and is especially suitable as a top layer on the summer side of the bed. To produce camel wool filling, camel hair is first thoroughly combed and then mechanically woven into soft pads using non-woven textile technology. 

Properties of camel wool

Due to the high content of lanolin, camel wool can not be dyed. The natural color of camel wool varies from creamy white and beige to brown shades. The hair is resistant to dirt and has self-cleaning properties.

Because it is naturally water-repellent, it is resistant to the development of microorganisms, and its unique structure does not allow the development of unpleasant odors. Camel hair has exceptional thermostatic properties, as it must protect camels from extreme temperature changes in the desert.


Camel wool fillers are ideal on the summer side of the mattress. Its soft structure offers comfort and perfectly regulates temperature changes during sleep. 


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