Outer fabric: 50% wool, 17% alpaca, 17% mohair, 16% polyamide | Lining: 55% acetate, 45% viscose
Mohair: hair from angora goats is used to create this type of wool. The animals are generally shorn twice a year and care is taken to not harm the animal. The hair has a silky and elegant lustre and is non-pilling.
Alpaca: alpaca fleece comes from the South American alpaca which is shorn every two years. The fibre is fine, soft and slightly curly and is excellent for providing insulation.
Viscose: used to be known as 'artificial silk' because like silk it has superb drape, is soft to the skin and can be dyed in rich colours. A man-made fabric, it's made from wood pulp and blends easily. You will often find it blended with other fabrics to add softness, lustre or absorbency (it's highly absorbent and so cool to wear in the summer).
Polyamide: is a synthetically manufactured fibre that has been significantly optimised over the past few years to improve its breathability and comfort when worn. The fibres are extremely durable and can be used in a variety of ways. Polyamide is a popular material for making activewear.
Creation Bauer Mid-length single breasted coat RADGGUN