Wool produced from camel hair. Camel wool is very warm, though it can be incredibly itchy.
Camel wool became fashionable in the 60's and 70's when designers were looking for alternative fabrics to update older fasions.
One main advantage of camel wool is that it doesn't require the camel to be sheared as is done with the wool of a sheep.
Camel wool is used in cashmere blanket
s, and often in coats.