Why We Use Mohair In Our Mattress
Mohair is a luxurious and natural fibre derived from the fleece of Angora goats. These fibres are known for their exceptional softness, sheen and durability. Mohair is often used in the production of various high-end textile products, including clothing, accessories, upholstery and mattresses.
Mohair fibres are strong and durable, which can contribute to the longevity and lifespan of a mattress. Mohair can help the mattress maintain its shape and integrity over time, reducing sagging and wear.
Mohair is often considered hypoallergenic because it lacks the microscopic scales found on sheep's wool fibres that can sometimes trigger allergies or skin sensitivities. This makes it a suitable choice for individuals with allergies or sensitivities.
One of our mattresses that has a layer of Mohair inside is The Marcliffe.