Using selected wool made from exceptionally fine fibers measuring an average of 16μ which is equivalent to that of cashmere. This soft and luxurious wool is produced from sheep bred in the surrounding areas of New Zealand’s Mount Cook situated on the length of the Southern Island. These finger-free arm and hand warmers have natural elasticity and softness similar to cashmere; they are sleek yet incredibly soft and fluffy, enveloping the arms, hands and even most of the fingers, leaving only the tips for easy use of your hands.
Made in Japan
Why does Zinnia Love Nishiguchi Kutsushita?
This wonderful company began production in 1950, just after World War II. Katsuji Nishiguchi founded the company with a single hand-operating knitting machine. The company continued to develop and is currently operating under it's third generation director Isato Nishiguchi. They now house over 130 knitting machines. Their team of professionals consists of veterans with over 50 years of experience, new generation talents in their 30s, and part-time support staff, all of whom take equal part in creating and sharing with Japan and the world socks that will change your tomorrow. Their socks are beautifully designed using the practical elements of conscientiously sourced fibres and incorporating them in to designs with a distinctive classic esthetic.
Length: 35 cm