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Nanay

Nanay Polar Bear Sweater

$82.00

Nanay's sweaters are hand knitted in 100% baby alpaca wool, which gives a soft and fine finish.  These sweaters are perfect as a second layer of clothing, giving an extra coat for those cold days.  Made with fun and colorful designs , they have a button on the neck for comfort, cuff and waist finishes in RIB knit, which gives a perfect fit to the body.

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.

Nanay's sweaters are hand knitted in 100% baby alpaca wool, which gives a soft and fine finish.  These sweaters are perfect as a second layer of clothing, giving an extra coat for those cold days.  Made with fun and colorful designs , they have a button on the neck for comfort, cuff and waist finishes in RIB knit, which gives a perfect fit to the body.

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.