Merino Moss Half Mittens in Black



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Merino Moss Half Mittens in Black




  • Product Description



      MERINO Half Mitts are a great combination of design and functionality. The double moss stitch provides extra elasticity enabling them to stretch and conform to your hands while the extra fine, mulesing free merino wool adds warmth and durability. Thumb holes on the side and ribbed edges on both ends. Unisex.

      Hand knitted in 9.5 hours by women directly employed by Dinadi in Kathmandu, Nepal. Dinadi controls the production process from start to finish maximising transparency and social impact.


      • Yarn / 100% fine merino wool (mulesing free)
      • Yarn origin /  responsibly sourced from South Africa
      • Production / hand knit in 9.5 hrs by Dinadi employees in Nepal
      • Fit /  unisex, one size
      • Weight / 90 grams
      • Packaging / biodegradable handmade lokta paper box

      How to care for your Dinadi piece -

      Merino Wool

      • Unlike acrylics, Merino wool is breathable, non-clammy and has an amazing ability to resist odor and is practically self-cleansing while still being light-weight and non-itchy. As wool is a natural fiber it will stretch and conform to your size. That’s how we can make unisex pieces in one size; with wear, each piece will be sized to your individual fit.

      • Thermal regulating, the merino fleece is naturally insulating and allows the merino sheep to adapt to the changing weather conditions all year around – from extreme lows in winter to high temperatures in summer. The technical fiber is able to release and obtain heat depending on the environment and regulate the temperature.

      Makers Notes 

      • Based in Nepal, we control the production process from start to finish, maximizing transparency and social impact. We take slow fashion quite literally. 
      Most Dinadi designs are knit by hand in the homes of our employees. This enables a flexible work environment for each knitter.
  • Product Details
    • Variant: Black
    • Brand: Dinadi