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Our Alpaca Gloves are soft, cosy and sure to keep your hands and fingers super warm. A single thickness glove with an elasticated rib cuff.
The warmth and softness of the Alpaca Fleece makes these gloves a perfect accessory for the cooler seasons.
Available in five stunning colours: Claret, Rose, Mist, Natural and Slate.
Proudly New Zealand made by Lothlorian from 100% fine Micron Baby Alpaca Fleece.
These gloves are available in three sizes : Small, Medium and Large.
Small - Designed for women with small hands. Medium - Suitable for women with medium to large hands and men with smaller hands. Large - Suitable for men with average to large hands and women with very large hands. Please note this sizing is only a generalisation and there can be exceptions.
Be sure to carefully follow the care instructions attached.
Please note this listing is only for the Alpaca Gloves. Wanting a matching glove, beanie and scarf set? Purchase the 'Lothlorian - Alpaca Accessory Set (Beanie, Scarf and Gloves). The matching beanie and scarf are all listed separately.
Information about Alpaca Fleece :
Alpaca fleece is a lustrous silky natural fibre which has very few prickly guard hairs so it is smooth and soft against the skin. It is a dry fleece which does not contain lanolin, which makes it irritative and hypoallergenic.
- Going beyond the resistance to wear and tear, alpaca wool is extremely soft, making this one of our more comfortable products, that is exceptionally pleasant to the touch without the prickly feel sometimes associated with sheep wool.
- Alpaca wool has a naturally occurring hollow core to its fibres, similar to possum fur. This gives it extreme warmth, by effectively adding a natural insulation to a well designed product.
- Alpaca fibre is incredibly soft and it’s been sought after for over 5,000 years. Alpaca were first bred for their fleece by the Inca is South America. They found the fleece so luxurious they names it "The Fibre of the Gods." Fortunately it’s now spread around the world and alpacas are finally being reared in New Zealand, which means everyone gets to take advantage of the warm, strong, and soft Alpaca fibres.