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Mongrel Pure Merino Beanies - Camo

Mongrel Pure Merino Beanies - Camo

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  • Made in Australia
  • Plastic Free
  • Regional Business
A merino wool beanie by Mongrel designed for warmth and comfort on a cold day. The unisex design is soft, comfortable and roomy so it doesn't constrict the head in any way. This well-sized beanie can be worn two ways; 'the Slouch' (rib long and down) or by folding up the rib they are transformed into the traditional 'Fisherman's' beanie.


  • Made by Aussie knitters.
  • Itch free and strong.
  • Super soft and warm.
  • Warm in the cold, cool in the heat, and maintains warmth when damp.
  • These are especially great for kicking back at home or in the garden.
  • Non-restrictive/loose tops for comfort and healthy wear.
  • Wool is naturally antibacterial and antimicrobial so it stays fresher for longer; wear more, wash less.
  • “Sheep to shelf” or “farm to foot” traceability!
  • Certified non-mulesed merino.
  • Easy care 20.5 micron fibre.
  • Classic rib knit.

Made in Tasmania, Australia.

Ingredients / Materials

100% pure merino wool.

Care & Use

Hand wash or machine wash on delicate/wool cycle in cold water (Machine washable to 30 degrees C), dry flat.

Circular life

When a garment or textile can no longer be worn, mended, swapped, gifted, donated or upcycled, please contact your Council to find the nearest textile recycling scheme.

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Brand story
The Mongrel Socks brand was established by Laurie and Helen, a couple of proud Tasmanians in the year 2000. They set up a stall at the local Salamanca markets and soon started selling beautiful pure wool Tasmanian made on antique sock machines. They were a hit. All was ticking along nicely, until the local sock manufacturer, went out of business, which led to Laurie & Helen buying the old sock machines, and set about learning how to knit the socks themselves. The machines were temperamental, and at times a real “Mongrel” to operate, but with much patience and persistence they mastered the art of knitting socks. Today Mongrel Socks is run by another Tasmanian couple, Paul and Mylou, who took over the reins in 2019. The Tasmanian wool is sourced from farmers who are dedicated to the best animal welfare practices. Mongrel socks have secured a long term supply and are busily knitting with certified Tasmanian grown and non-mulesed Pure Merino Wool for use in all their pure wool products. Happy sheep, happy feet! 
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