Technical /ˈteknək(ə)l/

Technical cashmere is cashmere spun with micro-crystalline fibers, one found in NASA parachutes, which adds high tensile strength to the originally fragile yarn. In other words, cashmere now has more stretch and durability than before. Furthermore, it's packed with functions so it can repel water, block UPF 50+ (Ultraviolet Protection Factor), wick sweat, and thermoregulate. Great for ski slopes or cold New-York sidewalks alike.