"Wilson and Pattillo wondered if it was possible to start working yak wool into fine yarn – the Tibetans are adept at creating rope and blankets from the rougher fibres of the animal’s coat, so why not work the softer hair into knits? The result is remarkably soft, with admirable thermal qualities – and as the fibre is a byproduct of an animal bred primarily for milk and meat, and yaks tend to graze less intensively than goats, the fabric is environmentally friendly too.."
"Sure Khunu sweaters are warm because of the Yaks, but it's the collars on the turtlenecks that count. Hemingways stay up and don't stretch and look new after a days work. Thinner sweaters look, frankly, cheap." - Peter, USA