Cashmere is the thin layer of fine fleece that grows around the roots of goats’ hair. When cold winter comes the cashmere sends forth on goats, and falls off at the beginning of spring. Cashmere can well resist the cold wind and automatically acclimate to the weather. Cashmere quality is higher in colder environment where goats were bred. Cashmere is very scarce (only 0.2% of the world’s total animal fiber). It is not just the precious but also the most natural animal fiber that can be utilized among all textile raw materials. Due to its superior quality and characteristics, cashmere is priced by gram and considered as “gem of fiber” and “soft gold”.
When the hair begins to fall off from the goats, herdsmen combs the goats’ bodies with special iron comb to get the precious cashmere. Herdsmen consider goats as their own children and the gift given by nature and pasture. M.ORO treasures the cashmere fiber, and treats every single cashmere yarn seriously.