Keep your hands warm with all your fingers free. Made in Polartec Power Stretch Pro. 4-way stretch. Moisture-wicking. Extremely durable.
Keep your hands warm while keeping all fingers free with these fleece wrist gaiters in Polartec Power Stretch Pro. Perfect if you need to handle a camera, phone, camping stove or other equipment on a cold day outdoor.
Power Wrist Gaiters is a Houdini classic made from surplus fabrics from other production. Polartec Power Stretch Pro is probably the best fleece fabric on the market. It has a smooth, durable outside reinforced with nylon and a soft, cozy inside. It keeps you warm while transporting moisture away from your skin. The fabric is Bluesign® certified.
Some people use the Power Wrist Gaiters as a performance garment for running, camping or hiking. Some use them simply to keep their hands warm at the office (they are highly keyboard compatible) or at home.
Made in Polartec Power Stretch Pro
Wear with or without thumb holes
Bluesign® certified fabric
Weight 23 g
Made in Latvia
Main Fabric: Polartec® Power Stretch Pro® Soft and supple microfiber stretch fleece insulation with an instant dry feeling and a jersey face with superior durability.
57% polyester, 33% polyamide, 10% elastane
Weight: 246 g/sqm
Active moisture management
Quick dry bi-component construction
Wicking microfleece inside
Durable polyamide face
When washing clothes made of synthetic fabrics, the use of a washing bag becomes even more important: It prevents microplastics from entering into rivers and oceans.
Air clothes instead of washing to save water, energy and to make the garments last longer.
Use a washing bag to protect your garments and to prevent fibers from leaking. When cleaning the bag and filter in the machine, make sure to wipe it clean and throw the lint in your trash can. Never rinse it in water since we don’t want the fibers to end up in lakes or oceans.
Machine wash cold.
Use mild environmentally certified detergents and make sure to use the right dose.
Avoid fabric softener. Besides being harmful for our environment, they have a negative impact on the garment performance, mainly moisture transportation and breathability.
Do not dry in dryer. This exposes both the garment and the environment to unnecessary wear and tear. Most polyester garments dry quickly anyway.
This product is Bluesign® certified, meaning that the production is vetted by a third party to eliminate any harmful chemicals or substances right from the beginning of the production process. This benefits both people, animals and our entire planet.
About Houdini Sportswear
Ski, climb, hike and explore the wild with minimal environmental impact
Houdini is a Swedish brand founded by mountaineer Lotta Giornofelice, a pioneer in the production of responsible outdoor clothing. The team of Houdini have spent the last 25 years creating sustainable alternatives for the sportswear.
The Houdini design team is an odd band of scientists, artists and adventurers united by a passion for solving the challenges of sustainability in the clothing industry. The team creates technical, minimalist outdoor apparel that let you experience the wonders of the world without causing harm.
Every garment in the collection is made from 100% either recycled, recyclable, renewable or biodegradable materials. Circular products, made from recycled and recyclable materials are a real game changer, but Houdini needs your help for the system to work. When your Houdini garments are completely worn out, please return them to Weekendbee and we’ll recycle it back to Houdini’s production.
Houdini uses fabrics that are recycled, recyclable, renewable, biodegradable or Bluesign certified. From the Spring 2021 100% of their fabrics fulfill this promise. Houdini doesn’t use harmful chemicals in their production and they have reached the Bluesign chemical standards. They encourage the longevity of their products by offering a repair service, and when the garment is totally worn out, you can return it to them for recycling, or for example compost it if it’s biodegradable.
Manufacturing at Houdini mainly takes place at selected and specialized European manufacturing partners in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. Their fabrics are sourced mainly from Japan, Taiwan and Italy. Houdini is following buying practices that enable living wages and good labour conditions, such as long-term relations with factories, and concentrating production at a limited number of factories
Houdini has the goal to use 100% renewable energy by 2030. They already manufacture all their products from recycled and recyclable or renewable and naturally biodegradable fibers, and work to integrate regenerative materials such as waste from land, ocean or air turned into resource has been initiated.