50% Pihepe, 25% Merino, 25% Possum
Made in New Zealand, organically grown and scoured, these gloves are designed to hug you and keep you cosy.
Two different sizes cover most hand shapes and sizes. Memorable stretch allows them to stretch to the wearer and return to its shape.
This soft-to-the-touch wool has bulk and bounce with a gentle, light and airy feel.
Care instructions: Cool gentle hand wash with wool detergent. Wring dry in a towel. Tumble dry on warm setting to bring back to shape if required.
Our Gloves come packaged in an Eco friendly Wyld bamboo gift bag. Perfect to store for travel or when not in use.
Pitt Island Wild Sheep, named Pihepe, originate from Saxony Merinos. They were sent to Pitt Island in the Chatham Islands off the East coast of New Zealand in 1841 by Baron von Alsdorf. In 1843, Frederick Hunt was the first person to farm them on Pitt Island.
They have now been thriving in this challenging environment, untouched by man since then. Lying 12 miles SE of Chatham Islands, Pitt Island is as far away from crowded cities as you can get. It is the most Southern and Eastern inhabited island in the world.