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Baruffa merino wools exhibits supermelange technology & quality
02
Oct '08
Positive colour vibrations are summoned to forge complementary harmonies in the evolution of a romantic palette incorporating wintry pastel shades.

Baruffa merino wools (cashwool, millennium) acquire even greater stature thanks to the application of new and innovative technology to the manufacture of yarn.

It is through this process that special chromatic effects are obtained and a range of hues typified by perfect colour blending can be developed.

Intrinsic qualities of zegna baruffa merino wool this unique yarn is born of a long company tradition which, since the late 1970s, has been characterised by a commitment to research that has opened the way to a winning combination of high aesthetic value and quality content.

Cash wool is different to other yarns for many reasons:
• The raw materials used merino wool stands out from the others because of its unique properties: it is pure white, durable, luminous, intrinsically elastic and, above all, soft, to the point that it almost rivals cashmere.
• Classifying the wools selected for cashwool after shearing comes the classifying of the skirtings and fleeces. Raw wool is graded according to strict parameters.
• Fibre micron selection the micron selection of the fibre is one of the most important criteria in determining the quality of a wool. Cash wool is made exclusively from fibres with a diameter of less than 19.5 microns.
• Characteristics of select merino select merino is bulkier than normal wool. It is white, soft, slightly wavy, and has a compact structure that makes it suited to the spinning of yarns for high-quality knitwear.

The zegna baruffa lane borgosesia guarantee only manufacturers whose products measure up to rigorous standards of quality are permitted to use the “zegna baruffa lane borgosesia spa” brand name.

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