Hestra Lana Wool Mittens
Hestra knitted mitt liner in wool.
A knitted mitten that works as a liner in all Hestra's shell mittens. Can also be worn as is. Made in wool yarn, felted for extra durability and warmth. The liner has a ribbed cuff and a small Hestra logo on the backhand.
One of the most important sustainability efforts at Hestra is building thoughtfully designed products that will get better with time. Replacement liners extend the life of your gloves and many of these options can also be worn on their own as lightweight gloves.
- Knitted wool mitten.
- Works as a liner in all Hestra's shell mittens.
- 100% wool, felted for extra warmth and durability.
- Ribbed cuff.
- Hestra logo on backhand.
- Handwash only.
- 100% wool.
- Collection: Liners
- Product Origin: Hai Phong, Vietnam
- Activities: Outdoor | Hiking | Everyday winter | Fashion
- Details: Rib knitted cuff
- Attached Lining: Felted wool
The family business Martin Magnusson & Co. was founded in 1936 and is now run by the third generation of Magnussons. Both design and development is done at the headquarters in the town of Hestra.
Our gloves are manufactured in our own factory and we personally buy all leather, cloth, wool and other materials. This gives us complete control of the entire production chain and ensures high quality at every stage. Several of our models are handmade by some of the most experienced glove makers in Europe.
In 2012, we produced over 2 million pairs of gloves. The company has about 35 employees in Sweden. We also have a subsidiaries in the United States and Germany as well as agents, distributors and retailers in over 30 countries.
In addition to Scandinavia, the United States, Alp-countries and Japan are our largest markets. The owners and managers are brothers Claes and Svante Magnusson. They have two sons - the fourth generation of Magnussons - who also work at Hestra.
HESTRA is one of the leading international glove brands in skiing, outdoor recreation and leisure. There are also Hestra glove models for professional uses such as construction work. Design and product development is done in cooperation with some of the world's best professional skiers and adventurers.