Wool is a natural protein fiber in sheep skin, so it is a 100% natural material.
The sheep from which we obtain and subsequently process the sheep's wool are kept all over the world. Sheep wool, as a material, can therefore be understood as a natural renewable resource.
At the end of the material life, the sheep's wool returns to the soil where it naturally decomposes. At this stage, valuable nutrients are released into the country. Natural sheep wool has been decomposing for a very short time, while most synthetic materials have lasted for years.