These days, you really need your fingers! Whether texting or scrambling to answer that incoming call, you don't want to be bothered with taking off your alpaca gloves. Our long fingerless gloves will let your fingertips roam free to type, text, play the violin or pick a handy pocket. Alpaca wool mittens and full-fingered alpaca gloves are perfect for those with slightly less digitized lives.
There is nothing more perfect for your feet than alpaca socks. Alpaca wool’s toughness and warmth go right where you need them most: between you and the cold earth. Our medium and heavier weight boot socks are lined with loops of soft alpaca yarn that trap warm air against your skin, while the structural skeleton of synthetic yarns make them move with your feet. Durable, machine washable and -dryable, these are the best hiking socks anywhere, and we have tested them from Peru to the Yukon Territories. These warm socks are great for skiing, hunting and all cold weather activities, and perfect for lounging around on a cold winter morning.
There's something beautifully simple about the alpaca scarf. A single piece of cloth serves as a neck warmer, wardrobe accent and general exclamation point against a dark winter afternoon. Alpaca wool has a silky feel and a subtle gloss that sets it apart, and baby alpaca fiber is even softer. Our thick hand-woven Pima Cotton scarf is perfect for people who can't wear wool but want the high-texture feel of the perfect winter scarf. Button up!
At Invisible World, we look for a cashmere or alpaca hat that will do more than just keep your head warm. Dazzling patterns incorporate up to 19 colors, often adorned with hand-needled embroidery or crochet, or featuring hand-dyed yarns. That's because the perfect knit winter hat, whether a wool chullo or a casual alpaca beanie, should warm your eyes and spirits, not just your head. Top up with a matching alpaca scarf or gloves.
Soft and silky, like cashmere, these 100% baby alpaca throws are great as a blanket wrap or an extravagant shawl.