Noble Wilde Possum Merino Which Way Wrap
40% Possum rich! Can be worn as a wrap, a poncho, a draping vest, as loose flowing sleeves and more.
One unique and versatile garment – with so many ways to wear it!
The Which Way Wrap can be worn as a wrap, a poncho, a draping vest, as loose flowing sleeves and more.
A wonderful introduction to Possum Merino and 'One Size' gift..
- Essentially a knitted rectangle with matching colour buttons down both sides
- Includes an instruction card on how to achieve the six ways of wearing it
- One Size Fits Most (up to a Size XL)
- Made in New Zealand from a rich, warm blend of 40% Possum fibre, 53% Merino and 7% nylon for strength
About Noble Wilde
For over three decades Noble Wilde has perfected the blending of two of the most exceptional natural fibres in the world, the dense silken wool of Merino, and the luxuriant fur of the possum. Exquisite in themselves, together these materials form a velvety soft yarn, unsurpassed in warmth and durability. Merino and possum have outstanding qualities, tactile, functional and ethical – luxury without compromise. Proudly made in Christchurch, New Zealand by a company that values its people, customers and local community while minimising its impact on the environment.
Please follow those on care label attached to the garment. Hand wash in cold water using a wool detergent, spin the excess water out in the washing machine and air dry naturally. Drycleanable.
About the Brushtail Possum
Introduced to New Zealand in 1837 from Australia and with no natural predators, the possum is New Zealand’s biggest ecological threat. Possums occupy 95% of New Zealand’s natural habitat, with an estimated population of 60 million. They are classified by New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) as pests.
The use of Brushtail Possum fibre in New Zealand benefits our environment by contributing to a reduction in the use of broadcast poisons and to the effort to protect our native forest and birds.
The use of Brushtail Possum Fibre is endorsed by DOC and WWF (World Wildlife Fund).