MILLBROOK, N.Y., Feb. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2017 New York Times Holiday Gift Guide, the premier guide for trendsetting products, featured the Arena Travel Blanket in its recent holiday edition. It was selected by Tom Delavan, the Design and Interiors Director of New York Times "T Magazine." Mr. Delavan notes the travel blankets' versatility, light enough to pack for a cozy flight, yet substantial enough to be used as a distinctive throw.
Alpaca fiber has unique properties differentiating it from other natural fibers, however all alpaca products are not created equal. Alicia Adams Alpaca utilizes the highest quality alpaca fiber, free of guard hair (coarse fibers found on alpaca's neck, belly and legs). Guard hair is found in the vast majority of alpaca products found at lower price points. When only the highest grade fiber is utilized, baby-soft, luxurious garments and home décor items come to life. Additionally, it is hypoallergenic and suitable for allergy sufferers. It's known to be very durable, with higher tensile strength than wool or cashmere, and incredibly supple. This makes it ideal for road warriors who enjoy some pampering as well.
As a unique addition to the product catalog, the blanket is offered in a large array of colors, at an exceptional price point ($295). Offered in timeless colors, highlighted with a blanket stitch a complimentary hue, they've become one of alica adams alpaca's most popular products. The blanket is part of a capsule travel collection, also including a signature "travel set" including a blanket, eye mask, and matching bag.
The Arena blanket is now in limited supply and will soon be out of stock.
- 100% baby alpaca (providing an exceptionally soft and light blanket)
- dimensions: 35 in. x 62 in.
Visit https://www.aliciaadamsalpaca.com for the latest availability.
Alicia Adams Alpaca Inc. is a family business specializing in the design and production of textiles and clothing utilizing the natural and sustainable characteristics of one of the rarest and most luxurious materials – alpaca wool. Under the auspices of a sister company, Adams Suri Alpacas Inc., They raise and manage a herd of over 200 Suri alpacas at their own farm in New York's Hudson Valley, about 90 miles north of New York City.
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