Hands come first at HESTRA. For 79 years, they have been developing gloves that provide warmth, protection and fingertip sensitivity in the most varied conditions.
Everything that HESTRA do today has grown out of the timber forests of the uplands in the Swedish province of Småland. That is where Martin Magnusson and his family settled and where he began making gloves in 1936. Magnusson set up his workshop in a farmhouse and started making gloves for the local lumberjacks. The family business Martin Magnusson & Co is now run by the third generation of Magnussons. Both design and development is done at the headquarters in the town of Hestra.
A colorful, warm mitt that will keep your hands warm even when they are wet. A soft merino wool lining keeps them cozy all day.
Outer material: Impregnated cowhide palm. Micron wind/waterproof fabric on backhand.
Insulation: 88 % Swisswool. 12 % PLA.
Lining: 80 % Merino wool. 20 % Polyamide.
Features: Elastic wool cuff.
Designed and made in Sweden