For Warmer Hands, Look To Your Wrists
KlōsKnits warm your blood at the pulse as it enters your hand, warming your hands from the inside out. KlōsKnits use the warmth and versatility of Merino wool blended with Graphene fiber to conduct and retain heat.
KlōsKnit warmers were developed by a Doctor whose son has Raynaud’s syndrome; cold hands due to poor circulation. With his KlōsKnit Warmers, he can stay outside and play in the cold all day.
KlōsKnit warmers are a Merino wool & Graphene blend fingerless glove with a heat reflective pocket over the ulnar and radial arteries in the wrist. KlōsKnits heat the blood as it enters your hands through the arteries, warming your hands from the inside instead of just on the surface like a conventional warming glove.
They can be worn with a chemical heat pack on cold days or without, using your own body heat. The more active you are, the stronger the blood flow and the warmer your hands get.
We’re skiers, hikers, boarders and cross country people in the Wasatch mountains and we know what works. We don’t ski without them.
Warm regards, Ruth and the KlosKnit team.
David Stewart, founder of AGEIST
I find that I am more sensitive to cold now, and these make a huge difference in keeping me warm in the winter. I am a big fan of Klōsknit"
The fit is so nice; they are comfortable but also don't stretch out. I keep them in my purse because I wear them at work a good amount and always in the car (especially on these snowy/icy mornings we just started getting). When I ski or am outside in the cold for an extended period of time, I pop in hand warmers in the wrist because I'm fairly certain I have Raynaud's and I often lose feeling in my fingers in the cold...these have made a world of a difference!
Testing the KlosKnits with a chemical heat pack inserted over the pulse point, I found a level of comfort that I didn’t know I was missing. Now, I won’t ski without them.
Honored to be doing product testing for these little guys. Today is the perfect day for a merino liner in my cycling gloves. Christopher, thank you for trusting me to test these out!