It's hard not to think of SNOW everything... snowboarding, skiing, lodges, mountains. In the spirit of all these cold-weather delights we bring you an item that will act as the most necessary multifunctional accessory- the ALPS BLANKET SCARF. Bring it on the plane, wear it around your neck, wear it around your shoulders or just cuddle up on the sofa or in bed. You'll be so happy you own it!
The Andes Trapper Hat was designed to keep the wearer warm and protected on as many areas as possible for as many extreme weather conditions as possible. It was Inspired by the indigenous culture of the cold Andes region of South America whose varied terrain encompasses anywhere from ice cold glaciers, volcanoes, grasslands, deserts, lakes and forests.
P.S. you're welcome for the geography lesson- bet you googled Andes
For each little ball knit on this beanie you can make a wish and by the end of winter they will all come true. Don't believe us? Buy it and try it... at the very least your wish of keeping your head warm will definitely happen!
Make it a set with the Ball Knit Mittens!
This sleek and elegant handwarmer is the perfect compliment for the modern world. Yes, they look great, and sure, they keep your hands warm. But they also let you live your life. Text your friends, search for a cool cafe, and even find your keys in your crowded pockets without ever taking off a pair of gloves. The ultimate test of winter dexterity; reading a choose-your-own-adventure while hanging one-handed from a spinning ceiling fan is an absolute breeze with this versatile charmer.
Chaleur translates to 'Heat' in French, and we hope that wearing this scarf will inspire you to travel to the French Alps to learn more Francais while you stay warm during and apres ski or snowboarding.
Sound good? Oui?
The scarf is the most versatile and under-appreciated of all the traditional winter accessories. On the days that are so cold your breath freezes as it leaves your mouth, a good scarf will save you. This is a great scarf. It will keep you toasty on the coldest of days, and it’s wide enough that you can drape it over yourself as a blanket on those long bus trips to somewhere warm.