Sheep's wool, lambskin and sheepskin - what's the difference?
Lambskin is one of the softest and warmest materials for slippers. It is very durable and hard-wearing, so it can last for years even with daily use. Lambskin is also hypoallergenic and protects against bacteria and fungi that can build up on the feet. It also has a natural ability to wick away moisture, which means your feet will stay dry and comfortable even if you spend all day in your slippers.
Sheepskin is a slightly rougher material than lambskin, but it is also very comfortable and warm. Sheepskin slippers, such as our ALUNA moccasin slippers, are generally less expensive than lambskin, but still durable and sturdy enough for everyday use. Sheepskin has a natural ability to regulate body temperature, keeping your feet cool in summer and warm in winter.
Sheep's wool is another material used in our SIBERA slippers. It is lighter and softer than sheepskin and has a natural ability to wick away moisture and regulate body temperature. Sheep's wool is also hypoallergenic and protects against bacteria and fungi.
Overall, all three materials have their own advantages and are suitable for everyday use. When choosing between lambskin, sheepskin and sheep's wool for slippers, it is important to consider your individual needs and preferences. If you are looking for the softest and warmest material, lambskin is the best choice. If you're looking for a cheaper but still sturdy material, sheepskin and sheep's wool are good options. Sheep's wool offers a good combination of comfort, breathability and protection against bacteria and fungi. But no matter which material you choose, all three are sustainable and environmentally friendly and you can be sure that your feet will stay naturally warm in these slippers.
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