The Rimjhim Handwarmers are colourful, hand knitted, fingerless gloves made from the left over yarn from Sherpa hats. Nothing should go to waste!
|Hand knit in small women co-ops in the ancient city of Bhaktapur right outside Kathmandu.|
It seemed a crime to throw out the perfectly good remnant yarn that results from the making of our other wool hats, so we used it to create randomly-coloured, one-of-a-kind wristlets—and fell in love with the outcome. Made of wool, and lined with fleece, they keep hands warm and fingers dexterous. The knit pattern results in a scrunched-up, really appealing texture.
Sherpa's Rimjhim Handwarmers are really warm with soft polarfleece on the inside. These are ideal for photographers, fishermen and any other times when you need the dexterity of your fingers but also need good insulation on your hands.
These are hand knitted so colours may vary to what is shown in the images.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear