Jasper Possum Merino Wristwarmer

Colour Jasper

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  • The Basics

    Possum Merino is a high quality blend of possum fur and superfine New Zealand Merino wool with a texture similar to cashmere.
    Skin-friendly softness, all-seasons breathability and exceptional warmth make these accessories your new best friends.
    Each Native World garment can be worn throughout the years and still look as new as the day it was purchased.
  • Features

    • These shorter length wrist warmers are great when you have cold hands but need the full use of your fingers
    • Ultra soft to touch, great for those with sensitive skin
    • Anti pilling, high quality material that will last a long time
    • Sustainable, biodegradable fibres
    • Possum fibre has a unique hollow structure, giving excellent thermal warmth
    • Match with a beanie or scarf and keep warm this winter



  • Garment Care

    • Possum fur and merino wool resist the absorption of odor and therefore need a lot less washing
    • Cold handwash using an approved wool detergent
    • Rinse well
    • Do not bleach or tumble dry
    • Drycleanable
    • Dry flat in shade
  • Material

    • 20% Possum
    • 70% Superfine Merino
    • 10% Silk
    • 100% made in New Zealand 
    • 55% warmer than merino, 35% warmer than cashmere
    • The need to control the number of possums to protect our native flora and fauna saw the development of possum merino fibres in New Zealand. 
      Garments made in this fabric are high quality and long lasting. Possum fur also absorbs moisture well, drawing it away from the body into the center of the fibre.
      These unique possum fur characteristics mean that it can’t freeze and make it extremely warm. 


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1 Customer Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
  • Love these, bought to match the merino hat! What a pair! Super warm... what's even better they instantly warm ya hands even if your hands are ice cold! (unlike synthetic gloves). What's more... they look sick!
    Ruby Rose June 2022