SmartWool Lawsonia Beanie
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Smartwool Lawsonia Beanie - Closeout - Lawsonia inermis, or Henna, is a flowering plant that's been used for ages to dye skin, leather and wool. This beanie depicts the small shrub, and is lightweight for milder winter weather. Features braided tassels. Knit in Canada of 100% Merino Wool Single layer construction with SmartWool logo interior headband liner Rib finishing detail at bottom opening Braided tassels
- Massey's Outfitters
The Lawsonia Beanie from Smartwool is named after the Lawsonia inermis plant which is used to dye wool. It's made of 100% Merino wool and has braided tassels on the top of the hat. PRODUCT FEATURES: Knit in Canada of 100% Merino Wool Single layer construction with SmartWool logo interior headband liner Rib finishing detail at bottom opening Braided tassels
- Appalachian Outdoors
When winter starts to nip at your nose, fingers, and toes, you know that it's time to don the heavy coat to fend off the cold. Don't forget to cap your skull, too, but you shouldn't suffer the itch that often comes with winter headwear, so we recommend that you top off the winter ensemble with the SmartWool Women's Lawsonia Beanie and its ultra-warm, non-itch merino wool fibers.
You get a free horticulture lesson with every Smartwool Women's Lawsonia Beanie. That's because Henna, or Lawsonia Inermis, has been used for ages to dye skin, leather and wool, and it is the name source for this lightweight 100% wool cap. The knit pattern depicts the small shrub, and also sports a ribbed finishing detail along the bottom. Lesson complete, and you will be too in your Lawsonia Beanie for women from Smartwool.
- Altrec Outdoors