Women's wool mittens
If you're looking to stay warm this winter, women's wool mittens are a practical and stylish choice. Discover our complete guide to finding the perfect model to suit your style and your need for warmth and comfort.
Why choose wool mittens?
Women's wool mittens are a popular choice for staying warm in winter because wool is a naturally insulating material. It retains body heat and keeps out the cold. What's more, alpaca wool is soft and comfortable, making it an ideal choice for cold-weather outdoor activities. Women's wool mittens are also available in a variety of styles and colors to suit all tastes and clothing styles.
The different types of wool for mittens.
There are several types of wool used to make mittens. Alpaca wool is the best option, as it is warmer than merino wool and has a softer texture than sheep's wool. Sheep's wool is a more economical option, but can be rougher and less soft than other types of wool. It's important to choose the type of wool that best suits your needs in terms of warmth, comfort and budget. Our women's wool mittens are ideal for protecting you from the cold.
How to choose the right size of women's wool mittens?
To choose the right size of women's wool mittens, it's important to measure the circumference of your palm. Use a tape measure to measure the widest part of your palm, just below your fingers. Then refer to the size guide to find the right size for you. It's important to choose a size that's neither too tight nor too loose to ensure a comfortable, effective fit to keep your hands warm.
Women's wool mittens.
There are a wide variety of styles of women's wool mittens, each offering a unique and different look. Split-finger mittens are perfect for activities that require increased dexterity, such as typing on a keyboard or using a cell phone. Covered finger mittens offer extra warmth for cold-weather outdoor activities. Convertible mittens, which can be transformed into gloves, offer versatility to suit different levels of cold and activity. Finally, long-cuff mittens offer extra coverage for wrists and forearms, ideal for outdoor activities in very cold weather.
How to care for and extend the life of your women's wool mittens?
To prolong the life of your alpaca wool mittens, it's important to look after them properly. First, wash them by hand in cold water with a mild detergent. Avoid wringing or rubbing them vigorously, as this can damage the wool fibers. Then let them dry flat, away from any source of direct heat. If your mittens are made of wool blends, check the care instructions on the label to make sure you wash them properly. Finally, store your mittens in a dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent fading or deterioration of the fibers.
We also offer a range of warm gloves.