From Aspen's slopes to Minnesota's backwaters, if you need a lightweight and seriously warm, toboggan, toque, or watch cap, this will keep you nice and warm.
- 50% American Bison down & 50% fine Merino wool
- 2x2 ribbed knitted, with a decreasing stitch design for a snug fit
- Kettle dyed, tonal colorway
- weight 2.5oz
- Imported Yarn made in Italy
- Knitted in the USA
- Machine wash or handwash, lay flat to dry (due to the fine Merino Wool)
Here at The Buffalo Wool Co., our yarn bases for all our gear is (and will always be) natural fibers. This means that the internal structure of your socks (the parts that touch your skin) will be made from bison fiber, merino wool, mulberry silk, and other 100% natural fibers.
The overall composition (the parts that touch your skin plus everything else) will include other materials like nylon or polyester. This is done to make the sock more durable and ensure that your socks work (and play) as hard as you do.
Yarn Base Composition
50% American bison down / 50% Italian spun ultra fine merino wool
Overall CompositionGuide to fiber composition
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This is the best! Warm , soft, the right size….. nothing bad to say…. Everything right to say… buy one!
It is a really really nice beanie. Warm, light, soft, comfortable.
I now have all colors of this beanie. I vote for orange if there is another run of this material.
As the person who inspired the name of the sock with the same moniker, I’m stoked about this beanie. The style, tightness of weave, and conformity of the fit, as well as the warmth to weight ratio make this the best beanie ever. I want one of every color.
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
Designed from the Ground Up
The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.