Description

Cold wrists and forearms but warm fingers? It's a niche knit, but needs must for knit needs.

Made using 100% sheep’s wool in a patterned knit, the Durran wrist warmers are lined with microfleece for a soft feel against your skin. A thumb hole means they cover most of your hands but leave your fingers free and a single knit is used for lightweight warmth.

Nature’s great insulator, wool makes a great material for keeping your extremities warm. Plus, it’s highly breathable and odour resistant, so you can wear it more and wash it less.

Each woolly wrist warmer from Black Yak is hand-knitted in Nepal. As well as being certified fair trade, a proportion of Black Yak’s sales go back into the communities that make them.

Features

Key Features

  • Made from naturally warm, breathable and odour-resistant sheep’s wool
  • Wrist warmers keep your arms and hands warm but leave your fingers free
  • Microfleece half-liner is soft against your skin
  • Certified by the British Association for Fair Trade Shops and Suppliers
  • Hand knitted with a portion of profits going back into Nepalese communities
  • One size
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

Vital stats

Construction

100% wool knit
Microfleece liner

Origin: Nepal

Care & Environmental Advice

Product Care Information

Hand wash your wrist warmers in cold water or machine wash on a cold wool cycle and leave them to dry flat.

Environmental considerations

Wool is naturally naturally odour-resistant. This means ewe don’t need to wash your wrist warmers as often, saving on water. Nice one.

Size Guide
Gloves Sizing
X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
Inches 7 - 7.5 7.5 - 8 8 - 8.5 8.5 - 9 9 - 9.5
Centimetres 17.5 - 19 19 - 20.5 20.5 - 22 22 - 23.5 23.5 - 25

How to Measure

Step 1 - Measure your dominant hand, not too tight, if your fingers go blue the tape measure is too tight!
Step 2 - Measure around your knuckles with your fingers together to find your girth, note down the measurement
Step 3 - Measure from the tip of your longest finger to the crease at your wrist to find your length, note down the measurement
Step 4 - Take the longest of these 2 measurements and consult the size chart above.

Cycling gloves: if you have chunky fingers or you are at the upper end of your size range consider going up a size. For example if your hand measured 8.5 inches order your cycling gloves in size X-Large.

How to Measure

When measuring, use your dominant hand and make sure it's not too tight, if your fingers go blue the tape measure is too tight!
Step 1 - Measure around your knuckles with your fingers together to find your girth, note down the measurement
Step 2 - Measure from the tip of your longest finger to the crease at your wrist to find your length, note down the measurement
Step 3 - Take the longest of these 2 measurements and consult the size chart above.

Cycling gloves: if you have chunky fingers or you are at the upper end of your size range consider going up a size. For example if your hand measured 8.5 inches order your cycling gloves in size X-Large.

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