Wool scarves, wool shawls and wool buffs
No matter the size of wool scarves, they have one thing in common: they keep your throat and neck really warm. Wool is a natural material, a fiber extracted from the hair of sheep, for example. The quality of the wool from which the scarf is woven depends on the wool’s fiber thickness. The finest wool comes from the goat's undercoat, while slightly coarser wool comes from the first shearing of the sheep. Even if the wool gets a little damp or wet, it warms anyway, which can be nice when it rains or snows.