Textile production techniques may have changed dramatically since the days of the early Viking settlers, but the commitment of Icelanders to quality and tradition has not.
In our conservation-minded age, Icelandic wool is particularly appealing: it is a natural product created on environmentally friendly principles.
Nature reigns supreme throughout the manufacturing process. Only natural energy sources such as geo-thermal and hydroelectric power are used in production of Icelandic wool, while the sheep from which the wool is harvested still graze freely in summer, as they have always done, on vast tracts of virgin land.
The Icelandic wool quality symbol on a product guarantees that it is made out of genuine Icelandic wool.