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Plaid Native Ocher

5.00
out of 5

149.00

The native plaid is hand-woven from pure alpaca wool mixed with cotton for extra strength. The plaid is reversible and has different prints on both sides. We opted for a colorful front and a back in calm pastel tones. With this plaid you give your home a unique and warm touch!

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Ordered on weekdays before 4 pm, delivered tomorrow.

The product is handmade, so the color and size may vary slightly.

Additional Info

Additional information

Size

200 x 235 cm

Material

70% alpaca - 20% cotton - 10% acrylic

Color

Ocher

Sex

Male / Female

Reviews

2 reviews for Plaid Native Oker

  1. Charlotte -

    Recently purchased and live approximately under this plaid. So delicious! Now also ordered for my mother. They are very soft and warm.

  2. Vivienne -

    In reality even more beautiful than in the picture! And wonderfully thick and soft. Truly a showpiece in my living room!

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About our products

Warmer than wool and softer than silk
The alpaca wool is one of the most exclusive types of wool. Alpaca wool is very light and as soft as silk thanks to the hollow fiber. The hollow fiber is insulating in cold and breathes in heat. This makes alpaca wool very comfortable to wear in different weather conditions.

Hypoallergenic and does not sting
Alpaca wool does not contain lanolin and is therefore hypoallergenic. The pure smooth fiber does not itch and sting the skin. Are you allergic to sheep wool? In more than 80% of the cases, you are not for alpaca wool.

Water and dirt resistant
Snow, rain or even red wine have no chance with alpaca wool. Alpacas live at extreme heights and their fur is adapted to extreme situations. Alpaca is naturally water-repellent and fire-resistant.

A 100% fair trade product
Alpaca Loca products are produced in Ecuador by a small community of alpaca wool weavers. We purchase on the basis of fair trading conditions. The fair price gives alpaca farmers and wool weavers the space to get started with environmental improvements and social progress, such as education for their children. The result: a quality product that makes the world a little better!

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