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  • Balaclava - 100% Chunky Highland Wool (Child-Adult)

    Light Natural Grey

    Beautiful chunky balaclava knit in cosy highland wool. Perfect for those cold winter days, for all weather cyclists, winter explorers and more. So warm and toasty!

    Andean highland wool comes from a crossbreed sheep that lives at high altitudes over 2000ft in the Peruvian Andes and is managed by traditional shepherds in the high country. The sheep is a cross between Merino and Corriedale and the wool is characterised as soft and thick with exceptional strength, elasticity and warmth. With care, my alpaca Copenhagen garments will become heirloom pieces that you will pass down through the generations.

    Size: One size (child-women). 

    Fit - a snug fit on an adult, probably not suitable for men.

    Colour: Light Natural Grey (undyed natural highland wool)

    Brand: my alpaca Copenhagen 
    Designed in: Denmark
    Origin of fibre: Peru
    Country of manufacture: handknit in Peru
    Certifications: PERU Fairtrade certified, Oeko Tex certified 100 (organic certification N/A: the  pristine highlands on which the sheepnaturally graze cannot be assessed for certification as they are non-agricultural
    Fabric structure: 100% highland wool
    Dyes: None
    100% Biodegradable: Yes
    Machine Washable: No (see our guide to washing wool)

    Care:Airing wool is often sufficient to clean. A stitch in time saves nine! Handwash only when required. Wash with gentle wool shampoo, press moisture out in a towel, reshape and dry flat. 

    my alpaca Copenhagen garments are handmade by skilled and organised groups of Peruvian women, following strict quality standards. They train and work with groups of women, promoting better livelihoods for them and their families. They use only fair-trade practices.