Filson- Merino Wool Fingerless Gloves Style 62015-Gray
Style #: 62015GRY
Our Filson 62015 Merino Wool Fingerless Gloves are warm, smooth, and comfortable. Grab a pair for when you are outside working but still need the use of your fingers.
84% Merino virgin wool, 11% nylon, 3% acrylic, 2% Lycra® spandex
Each pair approximately 2-3 oz
Order our Merino Wool Fingerless Gloves by your hand size. To determine your hand size, measure around the palm of your hand, above the thumb. If your hand size is between two sizes, order the larger size.
Wool gloves can stretch to fit a hand that is slightly larger than the intended size. Therefore, if your hand size is 11 ½, you may be able to fit our XL size comfortably.
These wool gloves can shrink when washed, but it is usually not necessary to order a larger size than normal to allow for shrinkage.
M, L, XL
Hand wash, lay flat to dry.
Cold weather hunting, fishing, working, street wear.
What do you mean when you say 100% Merino virgin wool?
100% virgin wool is virgin because it comes straight from the sheep--not trimmings or leftovers recycled from the processing of other wool fabrics.
This allows us to use the longest fibers to weave our fabrics, which is important because longer fibers are inherently stronger than shorter fibers. This makes it unnecessary for us to blend synthetic fibers such as nylon or polyester into our wool to make it stronger.
Thus, we believe our 100% virgin wool is more resilient and long lasting than wool blends, and you get the full benefit of the wool fibers working for you.
Merino wool is known in the trade for its extra-long, extra-fine fibers that spin into a very strong, yet very soft yarn that many people can wear against their skin.
Is your Merino wool water repellent?
Wool is naturally water repellent, and more importantly, it will retain heat even when wet. 100% virgin wool will absorb up to 30% of its own weight in moisture without becoming damp or clammy. On top of that, our socks, gloves, and long johns have a worsted finish, which means that the surface has even greater capacity to turn away moisture.
How noisy is wool in the woods?
Wool is very quiet: It doesn't make noise as you walk through brush or ground cover, which is greatly valued by hunters in particular.
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