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    That's interesting you say they smell because...

    That's interesting you say they smell because alpaca wool is odor resistant. I wore my alpaca socks during a rainy hike and my socks were fine. Were the garments you wore mixed llama?
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    you definitely want to have clothes that dry easily. I hate hiking in wet, sweating clothes. Also, not trying to promote, but alpaca base layers are on sale at arms of andes site.
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    Hi, by any chance do you know the brand of socks?...

    Hi, by any chance do you know the brand of socks? And you're right, it depends what part of the alpaca the wool came from. The most common is super fine of 22 microns, then baby alpaca which is 20...
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    Hey there, this is interesting you say this...

    Hey there, this is interesting you say this because I think you the alpaca beanie you bought is of super fine, so about 22 microns. What was the brand?
  5. Just a thought: But why is merino the go-to wool...

    Just a thought: But why is merino the go-to wool for base and mid layers? Have you ever tried other wools?
    Just a considered a good weight of a base layer and mid layer? Typically what do you look...
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    Alpaca wool

    Hey, I'm new to this forum and trying to get feedback on what hikers and explorers think about alpaca wool. I started a new organization called Arms of Andes. We focus on developing fleeces and base...
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