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Naz women's recycled wool scarf in brown.
Naz women's recycle wool winter set. Beanie and scarf in brown.
Beanie made from a blend of 100% recycled wool. Made in Portugal
Naz women recycled wool beanies in a variety of colours.

Maia Recycled Wool Beanie

€45.00 EUR
SizeOne Size

Our Aurburn Recycled Beanie is the perfect color for those who love a more sober look. Made from surplus materials, this cozy beanie features a turned-up brim and our signature leaf label. Its rich color adds a touch of vibrancy to any outfit. Pair it with a matching Recycled Scarf and save 15%!

50% Recycled Wool; 35% Recycled Polyester; 10% Acrylic; 5% Other Fibers.

Recycled Wool

The recycled wool we use is made from pre-consumer waste from Portuguese factories.
By opting for recycled wool, we save an average of 11 kilos of CO2 per kilo of fibre

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Maia Recycled Wool Beanie

€45.00 EUR

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Meet our partners. Ethical fashion made in Portugal, to last.

A small-scale factory specialised in recycled yarn, mostly wool, cotton and polyester. Rui, the owner, makes us feel at home when we get there, always teaching us something new. It’s impressive that he knows how to handle all the machines and how to fix them.

Yarn Maker
Naz Production Partners. Malhas Pinto Lucas is a small scale family owned factory.

They contribute to 38 families from the small region they’re located, Loriga, with a direct social impact on more than 15% of the total population.

Knitting Partner