The Tech Mitten was designed to allow the wearer to move seamlessly through the digital and physical world. Obeying the ‘form follows function’ design mantra, the part-mitten, part-fingerless glove design, allows for precision touch and grip. Made from Scottish spun lambswool and seamlessly machine knitted in the UK, in limited colour runs.

Gloves 100% lambswool + Motif 100% PA 11
(made from renewable castor beans)

Australian wool - Scottish spun (deadstock)

United Kingdom

Each order will be shipped within 2 to 4 working days after the client receives the shipping confirmation email.

If you are not pleased with the order, you have up to 14 days to return it. Please follow the return guidelines here.

If you are located outside the EU, please note that additional customs fees might apply.

If you have any questions, contact us at via email store@anewformatic.com

Originating in Newfoundland, worn while hunting for food and doing dexterous tasks in the wild. Military issue for soldiers stationed in cold terrain, the separate index finger is referred to as the trigger finger due to it freeing the wearer to pull back on a gun’s trigger.

90s avant garde designers played with the concept. Margiela had their take referencing the Tabi style they populised (inspired by traditional japanese clothing). Carol Christian Poell created their ‘Disparate Gloves’ which joined two fingers into one.

The tech mitten came from the idea of a mitten like this that could be used with phones. The conductive yarns don’t bio-degrade and are awkward so it made sense to remove the tips and allow for direct contact.

Tech Mitten - Straw

86.00    GBP