Knit Mitts :: S/M :: BLACK
Hemp and Organic Cotton Fingerless Mittens
This listing is for our womens black fingerless mittens! We make them from the scrap fabric left over from cutting out other styles. The hemp fabric is so durable and the organic cotton (with a touch of spandex) makes them soft and stretchy. Knit Mitts are the knockout knuckle-warming classic that keep 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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The Texture knit mitts are the best! The fit is true to size and perfect...sm/m for my small hands and the fabric is very soft, unlike other knit mitts I've owned. Thank you!
As a New Englander, I find these to be the best gloves I have ever owned! This is my 4th knit mitt purchase because I wear them all year round and needed a new pair to put into rotation. I love the feel and durability. Plus, I am elated to be supporting such an amazing business. I wish I had the funds to get a proper garment from Texture. After reading a few reviews, I decided to go with the s/m for the first time. In the past, I have gotten the m/l because I have larger hands for a lady and in the winter time they’re perfect because you can tuck sleeves into the top of the knit mitt (and they were the only size available on Sock Dreams.) Upon first wear, the gloves are indeed more snug than the m/l which is what I wanted because the fabric eases over time. Bonus: a hand written note and a sticker. I could not be happier with my purchase!
We're entering the glove season and I've bought a new pair of these BEST fingerless gloves to enter it. Simply the best I have ever found, and I have a basket of them. They are hemp, a sustainable plant. They fit comfortably and aren't too hot, but keep my hands warm. There is a stretch to them that allows them to hold their shape and - enough said, get some. You will not be sorry.
I just bought my 5th pair! They're wonderful, comfy, and they look great with everything.
I wear a size 7.5 in gloves, and the sm/m fits me great. Snuggly, but not constricting. A perfect winter glove solution for ladies with long nails or people who need their fingers free.
I'll be back for more!
I've just bought my 3rd pair of these. I wear them daily from October to April, and they're wonderful. I've found that with round the clock daily wear, they start to get a little raggedy by the end of the winter, but I can't think of many other garments that would hold up to daily use for an entire winter. They're comfortable, cute, and easy to wash. I hope they never stop making these!