Generally, the Texel wool fineness is somewhere in the range of 26-33mic - common fineness of meat breeds. It is not superfine, but far from coarse types of wool. Staple length is 7-15cm. Texels are usually white, only exceptionally grey, but unfortunately not in Slovakia :-)
Texel wool is usually matte than lustrous, airy and spongy.
Thanks to its springiness it can retain warmth very well, therefore it is suited for outside garment layers -sweaters, mittens, socks. If you have got very sensitive skin, you can use it for home textiles, cushions, carpets, rugs or blankets. They will be very resilient, because Texel is stronger and longer and wont pill anytime soon.
Our batch of Texel combed tops shows more of its longwool gene pool and it is more silky, lustrous and sleek than it generally is.
Our guess is that specific local breed mixes that made this specific Texel combed top, were of more longwool and softer sort, its softness is somewhere around 28 mic (our guess). Thanks to its lustre, it will dye very pretty and catch vivid shades well. However, if you are going to dye this top, manipulate it very carefully, as it is really lofty and delicate.