The use of "pure new wool

Pure new wool" is wool from healthy, living sheep bred exclusively for their wool, as opposed to "wool" from sheep bred for their meat. These sheep are shorn once a year in the spring and only the top cut of the wool, the back of the animal, is retained.

The choice of merino

Molli works exclusively with pure new wool from the "merino" breed. These sheep are bred exclusively in Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. This is a breed of sheep with a very abundant fleece from which a very fine, warm and resistant fibre is obtained.

The excellence of Italian spinning mills

The wool used by Molli is sorted, checked, washed, combed, dyed, dried, tested and spun in Italian spinning mills that have been experts in spinning for generations and with which Molli has worked for years.

A wool with a cashmere touch

The designation "pure extra-fine virgin wool" means that the diameter, also called "micronage", of the fibres retained by Molli is less than 18.5 microns. This extremely fine micronnage is almost equivalent to the micronnage of cashmere fibres, hence the name 'cashmere-feeling wool'.

A fibre with multiple benefits

Pure virgin extra-fine merino wool is a unique, refined and inimitable fibre with multiple properties: it is a 100% natural, renewable and biodegradable material. It is also resistant to creases, odours and stains, and is hypoallergenic. It is an excellent thermal regulator and is therefore particularly suitable for toddlers.