Sometimes a little layer extra feels so amazing on the cold days of winter. These New Zealand Merino fingerless gloves can slip under a jacket or around a cup of tea for the most in stylish winter warmth.
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Jacquard is an intricate double knit that lends a less conventional look to wool fabric. Bearing bold prints, uncompromising Ibex durability, an ultra soft feel and the natural performance of 18.5 micron fiber, jacquard is a foundation fabric for a wide mix of Ibex lifestyle garments. 100% Merino Wool
Fiber Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers of this fabric are sourced.
Fabric Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers are knit or woven into this fabric.
Garment Source:United StatesWhere the fabric is assembled into this garment.
I have looked at the Juliette Fingerless Gloves for awhile. I decided to buy them earlier this autumn. I absolutely love them! I use them anytime its a bit chilly. For driving they are perfect because your fingers are not restricted by gloves. I have found even thin driving gloves can be too restrictive while steering, primarily because the fingers are too loose or too tight. When it's a bit
I love my Juliet fingerless gloves. They are soft and cozy. When it is exceptionally cold outside (or inside), I even slip them under my long sleeves or lengthen 3/4 length sleeves. An excellent accessory for 3/4 of the year, here in Wisconsin.
I love my fingerless gloves, especially with the fun Ibex print. My hands get cold when I work on the computer (unfortunately, I spend many hours at the computer). These gloves have helped keep my hands warm as I type, read, and do other sedentary things at home. The only downside is getting the glove over my watch. It's not an excessively bulky watch, but the gloves are meant to be fitted, and I
I use them inside and outside and under other gloves when it is very cold. I need to be able to use my fingers in my farming chores so they are perfect. Great for lambing time and for cutting open bales of hay. And they go out to social occasions helping to dress me up, not the pair that have been in the barn, but the pair saved for good! I gave them as gifts for christmas to many of my lady frien
Perfect amount of coverage for cold weather in the Northeast! I wear fingerless gloves all fall and winter (only wear full gloves if I'm shoveling snow or doing snow sports). These are the ideal balance of dexterity and warmth. I also appreciate that they fold down so small - smaller than even fleece or handknit gloves. Bought an extra pair so that I always have them handy! (/pun) Hope these com