Our wool comes directly from the nomads. Herding animals live in freedom, without fences, and they graze the wild grasses of the vast Mongolian steppe. They join the nomads in the yurt, gather there during the night because of the wolves. Man becomes the “bodyguard” of their animals!
Yaks and other animals are hand-combed in the spring for their wool, and this process does not cause any pain. Once it completed animals are released in the steppe. So, if you buy, for example, an article in Yak wool, this animal is walking right now in the steppe without knowing that, thousands of miles away, someone is wearing his wool.