Knit Mitts :: S/M :: ASSORTED
Hemp and Organic Cotton Fingerless Mittens
*Please note that we also have all black Knit Mitts!
Knit Mitts are the knockout knuckle-warming classic that keeps customers coming back again and again. Our fingerless mittens are the perfect transition piece for those long months that aren’t quite cold enough for you to surrender your mobility to the full suffocating restriction of gloves. These versatile, forearm-high wonder warmers will become your go-to solution for keeping cozy through a mild winter or just weathering a workday under the A/C vent. Because Knit Mitts are made from upcycled scraps of the super soft extra stretchy sustainable fabrics you already love, we’re always rolling out new color combinations. When you run out of excuses to buy more for yourself, grab a pair to share! Texture’s trusty handy hand warmers are great for gift giving since everyone will already be asking where you got them anyway.
52% hemp / 45% organic cotton / 3% lycra
- Machine washable
- Made from scrap fabric
finger opening :: 6"
wrist :: 6"
length :: 11"
How do customers use our Knit Mitts? Let us count the ways….
Playing in a marching band. Riding your bike. Walking your dog. Eating a veggie burger. Holding a hot mug. Typing in a cold office. Gardening. Picking berries. Hailing a taxi. Baking muffins. Walking on a cold night. Making jam. Playing guitar. Knitting. Crafting. Cleaning your house. Reading a book. Writing a book. Making jewelry. Speaking sign language. Driving your car. Skateboarding. Using your smart phone. Dancing. Looking cool. Golfing. Sewing. Texting. Riding the bus. Giving a thumbs up. Crocheting. Doodling. Sailing. Hitchhiking. Holding hands. Jumping rope. Roller skating. Building a deck. Doing your hair. Camping. Picking flowers. Fixing your kitchen sink. Making a fire. Finding change in your purse. Weaving. Watering your plants. Playing cards. Painting. Cooking breakfast. Writing a love letter.
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When I was a teenager my mom bought a pair of these for me that I LOVED to pieces and wore all the time for years. In fact I still wear them! They have held up very well, with just a tiny hole in the seam after so many seasons of service. A couple of months ago my mom spotted me wearing them and bemoaned that she had lost her pair. I knew then exactly what I would be gifting her this Christmas. It is a pleasure to support this local business and the quality of the product is still just as excellent!
Only in summertime do I not wear them. If you’re lucky enough to have a pair, or two (or more) of Texture’s Knit Mitts, you know.
I recently purchased my second pair of knit mitts - I loved my first pair so much, I needed a backup set! They are SO well made with sturdy yet stretchy fabric, and the colors are rich and gorgeous. As a photographer and as someone who works in chilly offices, they're perfect for darn near every day in the fall and spring. Worth every penny.
I bought a pair because my home office is cold in the morning. They work great. A little tight after washing, but they stretch to the perfect hand size quickly. I air dry. I bought a pair for my mom who uses them horseback riding and my sister likes them for bike riding due to the long sleeves.. Lots of elastic polyester items available at the mega Corp sites, but these are cotton, locally made and don’t look like a medical device when I wear them out in the world. I’ve purchased several pairs over the years for gifts and to replace lost ones. Thank you
I was first given a pair of these mitts in 2003 when I worked as a book shipper for Village Books, and I buy a new pair every few years since. I've been through four boyfriends and two graduate degrees and five cities since then, but they've yet to let me down (unlike boyfriend number 3. ugh). They're perfect for these things, but I'm sure there's many other perfect uses:
* chopping vegetables and building fires and other dirty tasks while camping
* painting en plein air
* throwing disgusting balls for dogs in cold weather
* biking when you don't want to sacrifice brake lever squeezability for warmth
* making cute clothes with too-short sleeves look like they're meant to be too short
* bridging the gap between sleeves and gloves when you're skiing
* wearing from November until May if you live in Skagit Valley