The Giant Angora is the largest and the only 6-Class animal in the breed. It has a commercial type body with a very dense coat of wool. The head is oval in appearance that is broad across the forehead and slightly narrow at the muzzle. The Giant Angora will have forehead tufts (head trimmings) and cheek furnishings. The head trimmings are to be noticeable, however, the does are not as heavy in trimmings as the bucks. The ears should be lightly fringed and well tasseled.
The Giant Angora is also the only breed of angora that is only shown as a ruby-eyed white. The Giant Angora coat contains three fiber types for its texture. The underwool is to be the most dominant over the other two types of hair. It should be medium fine, soft, delicately waved and have a gentle shine.
The Awn Fluff has a guard hair tip and is a stronger, wavy wool. The Awn Fluff is found between the Underwool and Awn Hair. The Awn Hair, also known as guard hair, is the third type of fiber. The Awn Hair is a straight, strong hair that protrudes above the wool and must be present and evident.
The classification of the Giant Angora is different than the other three breeds due to the fact it is a 6-Class animal. The junior buck and junior doe must be under 6 months of age and have a minimum weight of 4 ¾ pounds. The intermediate buck and intermediate doe are to be between 6-8 months of age. The senior buck and senior doe are 8 months of age or over. The senior buck must weigh at least 9 ½ pounds. The senior doe must weigh at least 10 pounds.
In judging the Giant Angoras the majority of the points are based on the wool, which includes density, texture, and length. The points for 'General Type' include the body type, head, ears, eyes, feet, legs and tail.
Additional information may be found in the ARBA Standard of Perfection.