Most of them in the United States are mis-named.
Step into the cloak/coat room of any medium or large winter gathering in the midwest — and someone is sure to ask for their camel hair coat.
Expect to find several fine wool (from sheep, not camels) in a pleasant light brown. Style and size will vary. Most will have a collar of the same material as the body of the coat.
Last year I found some nice looking, real, camel hair coats.
When the weather cools — the coats get rich and thick.
These experts at growing the double hump style may be found at the St. Louis Zoo.