Our Alpaca Clothing For Kids

Our Alpaca Clothing For KidsHer at Alpaca Valley Farms, we sell all sorts of Alpaca clothing for kids and adults. Alpaca Clothing is warm, durable, and so soft that you won’t even believe it. This makes the material perfect for making clothing that children will love to wear.

Alpacas are social herd animals that have been raised in mountainous regions of South America for thousands of years. The wool that they produce is cheered once a year and then spun into yarn. That yard is turned into all sorts of products that you can find everywhere.

The fiber that Alpacas produce is five times warmer than wool but not itchy like those socks your mom made you wear in the winder! Statistically speaking, Alpaca fiber is the softest luxury fiber available. That means that is even softer than silk and cashmere.

What makes Alpaca clothing for kids so popular is that the clothing is naturally hypoallergenic. Alpacas do not produce lanolin, so they naturally do not contain allergens. With allergies at an all time high and on the rise, a warm type of clothing that does not itch or cause allergic reactions is great news.

We sell all sorts of Alpaca clothing for kids in our store below. We have socks, sweaters, shawls and a wide verity of other clothing items. Take a look around and make sure to keep us in mind for all of your Alpaca Clothing needs in the future.

More On Alpacas

More On AlpacasAlpacas are social herd animals, meaning that they need to be kept together in groups. They do not do well alone with no social interaction at all.

They are classified as prey animals in the scientific world, meaning that they are at the bottom of the food chain. While they have plenty of predators, they do not kill anything besides the grass they eat. While they do spit, their go to defense move is outrun whatever is chasing them.

Most of the Alpaca clothing for children that you will see sold is imported from Peru. They are the leading exporter of Alpaca fiber and products in the world. We do not provide enough Alpaca fiber in The United States to warrant a large scale production of Alpaca products. Most of what we do here is done with “mom and pop shops” in the cottage industry.

Larger conglomerates have had trouble producing Alpaca fiber on a large scale in The United States because they only produce one offspring a year. This makes it hard for someone to start producing on a large scale in a fast manner. Most fiber used for producing Alpaca clothing for kids comes from small owner operated farms.

This lack of supply and huge demand is the reason for the high prices that you will see. Since the fiber is mainly produced outside of The United Sates, you have to pay extra for the shipping, taxes, and fees to get it from South America to your closet.

Check Out Our Alpaca Throws

Check Out Our Alpaca Throws

Alpaca fiber is a lot like wool, but five times warmer and ten times softer. This makes them the perfect fiber for just about anything that you can make out of wool. Alpaca throws are no exception to that rule, as the fiber is the perfect material for the some of the best throws around.

Alpaca throws are perfect for just about any situation because they are lightweight but still keep you warm. Whether you are looking for something to cover you up on a cool day, or something to cover the couch and add some pop to your living room, an Alpaca throw will certainly achieve just that.

They come in just about any color you could possibly want, but naturally there are only 16 recognized Alpaca colors in The United States. If you want it to be natural, make sure that you pick one of those colors. The rest of the colors are just bleached and dyed.

All of these Alpaca Throws are made from 100% alpaca fiber that is natural hypoallergenic. Made from only the best luxury fiber in the world, you are sure to be impressed with the quality of this product.

Alpaca are domesticated pack animals that are native to South America. Most of the countries Alpaca fiber is still imported from Peru, but it is also produced in The United States. There are no known wild Alpaca anywhere in the world.

Fiber production in The United States is limited to small companies and farms due to the slow reproduction rate. Each female can produce one off-spring per year and twins are highly unlikely. Cloning and genetic modification is also nearly impossible because of the genetic makeup of Alpaca’s. Both of these make it extremely difficult for large companies to get involved in mass production.

Most of the fiber used to make these Alpaca throws will have been produced on small family owned farms with less than 100 animals. This allows them to closely monitor breeding patterns to produce the ideal fiber quality and genetic makeup of each animal.

The fiber produced by an Alpaca is as durable as wool, as soft as cashmere, and as light as a feather. There is nothing like it produced by any animal on earth. If you are looking for the softest and most comfortable throws on the earth, then you want to buy and Alpaca throw and you have come to the right place!