ALMA Headband | Baby Alpaca Premium & MerinoRegular price $29.90 Sale price $24.50 Save $5.40
FEATURES & WEIGHT
Classic Heavyweight Rib Knit
For keeping your ears warm and the sweat out of your sight.
Thermally adaptable Alpaca offers warmth and breathability on your next urban adventure.
Technical knit with hidden seams provides exceptional comfort without overheating on variable weather.
Alpaca is enhanced by blending it with Merino Wool, for a more durable and resilient product.
Blended fibers are knitted on a technical layered knit to obtain the best performance from natural resources.
Alpaca fiber creates a vapor barrier to keep you warm when the weather is cold and fresh when it is hot.
As a natural semi-hollow fiber it traps warm air in the cores insulating even in wet or windy conditions.
Alpaca fibers use capillary action to transfer moisture from the skin outwards and spread it on the surface of the fibers, increasing the evaporation rate for keeping the user dry and comfortable.
The smooth and lustrous nature of Alpaca is very gentle on the skin, reducing friction and blisters from any imperfection inside the footwear as well as protecting from UV radiation.
Alpaca is the best performing fiber to make socks. Hollow hairs make it warm, dry, fresh and light.
Alpaca herds roam freely in harmony with their natural ecosystems and are shorn by hand once a year.
We transform the fiber using state-of-the-art technology obtaining innovative products that don’t harm the environment, animals nor society.
This sustainable industry brings better living conditions to one of the most remote regions in the world.
ETHICAL FAMILY BUSINESS
We are a family knitting company from Peru and produce what we offer since 1992.
We are not a marketing exercise for low cost outsourced products.
For 3 generations our company has developed in-house technology to make the best functional natural products based on our Authentic Technikalpaca Technology.
70% Baby Alpaca 7% Merino Wool 23% Nylon
Headband for Women's - One size fits all
Made in Peru