Felt / Felt

The felt is technically a compact layer, a few millimeters thick, made up of wool fibers but can also be made up of regenerated wool or cotton. The felt is very light, with a minimum quantity of fibers it allows to obtain the desired solidity. Although it can also be very smooth, its tensile strength is very high as well as its elasticity and impermeability to water. For these reasons, this non-woven fabric is also very warm and is among the most solid “fabrics” known because each of its fibers is intertwined in every sense with various other fibers.