Collection: DELUXE STROLLER MITTENS

You can still take your family on adventures and keep your hands toasty-warm at the same time. Our snuggly hand mittens are ideal for slipping your hands into whilst pushing your little one out in their pram, buggy or stroller. Our Naturally Sheepskins’ weatherproof hand mittens have a water-repellent and wind-resistant outer shell and a warm, thermal fleece lining with a Merino sheepskin cuff. The Merino sheepskin cuff is secured with magnetic buttons and can easily be turned up when the weather takes a turn for the worst to offer extra protection for your hands and arms. The two individual mitts have an ‘easy-to-use’ zip fastening allowing them to be attached or removed in seconds. As we all know, gloves can be a real nuisance when trying to use a mobile phone. With our luxury hand mitts though, if your phone rings, you can simply remove your hands from the mitts in one swift movement, and answer that call in rapid time. Gone are the days of trying to release all your fingers from those pesky gloves. All parents love products which offer ‘ease and speed’ – quite simply, our hand mitts will keep your hands warm and cosy without the inconvenience of constantly dropping or losing your gloves. 

The universal design of our hand mittens makes them compatible with most single-handle prams, buggies, joggers and strollers. They are the ideal co-ordinating accessory for your travel-system when taking your baby for strolls in country parks, down suburban shopping streets or into busy town-centres. Crafted with 100% natural Merino sheepskin, the cuff on our hand mitts is golden in colour and not white or ivory. Our ‘baby’ products are not treated with harsh chemicals such a bleach and are therefore, completely safe for your baby’s skin. The hand mitts are washable at 30 degrees Celsius on a wool cycle with an approved wool detergent. Check out our section on cleaning tips for further information. Any parents-to be will just adore these hand mitts as a gift. They are a real luxury and when slipping your hands into them on cold, winter days, you’ll wonder how you ever coped without them before!