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COSTO Enfants ONE SIZE Bonnet vert mousse

CHF 47,00
* incluse frais d'expédition, plus d'info voir CGV .

OFFRANT: mustikka.ch Reeta Nagel, Frauenfeld, Suisse

Bonnet tricoté vert mousse avec pompon. Fabriqué en 100% laine mérinos, la doublure est en 100% coton biologique. Disponible en taille unique, élastique, jusqu'à environ 56 cm de tour de tête.

Disponibilité: En stock (3)
Heure de livraison: 2-3 Tage

Beanie hat by the Finnish brand COSTO is made of 100% mulesing-free merino wool. Lining 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. This beanie is suitable for children under 6 years. However, the knitted fabric is flexible, so the children's hat also fits older children and is occasionally bought by adults. Knitted beanies stretch easily with frequent wear; therefore, the new beanie may fit a little tighter. The advantage of knitted goods is that only a few residual materials are left over in production and they are also recyclable.

Manufactured in Finland. Wash by hand in warm water.

The magic of this hat lies in its versatility. The upper part of the hat has a removable pompom (diameter 6.5 cm). The colour of the pompom can be changed depending on the time of day and your mood, or it can be left out altogether - the choice is yours!

COSTO is a creation of three Finnish designers who combine their visions and skills to create something new and unprecedented in the field of design. The products combine three important aspects: quality, ecology and style. It all began in 2006 - after completing studies in fashion, design and handicrafts - in a basement room, without financial means, but with all the more passion. With a view to developing environmentally friendly, sustainable and at the same time attractive designs, the designers made use of industrial waste materials right from the start. 

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