Wilbert Turnup

Colour: Navy

Lightweight beanie incorporating sustainable fibres

The lightweight Wilbert beanie from BARTS uses a blend of materials including Polylana fibres – a more sustainable alternative to acrylic that saves on water, energy and CO2. It feels a lot like wool (without the itch), and also releases 30% fewer microplastics into the environment when you wash it compared to straight acrylic. This version of the Wilbert has a close fit with a turned-up hem, and is available in a range of muted tones. It's also got an internal fleece headband for extra comfort

    • Lightweight ribbed beanie with a turn-up
    • 40% acrylic, 35% recycled polyester, 25% polyester
    • Internal fleece headband
    • One size
    • 40% Acrylic
    • 35% Recycled PES
    • 25% Polyester
  • Recycled Materials - Made with 35% recycled polyester
  • Isn't it funny how many outdoor brands seem to have started out with one man and a sewing machine? In 1986, the man was Bart Koene and the place was sun-soaked St Tropez. Bart originally knocked up handmade swimming shorts to sell on the beach, but one day a stylish friend was helping him flog his wares when a passing tourist tried to buy her bandana. Bart knew an opportunity when he saw one, and quickly branched out into headwear and other accessories.

    Now based in Amsterdam, BARTS has come a long way since ‘86. In fact, the brand offers more than 2,500 products including hats, beachwear and bags. But it’s about quality, not quantity. This is clobber with conscience. BARTS don’t use angora, fur or mohair, and each year they increase their use of recycled and sustainable yarns. The brand insists on a strict code of conduct for its partner factories, and its head office and warehouse in Houthavens is purpose-built to minimise carbon emissions. BARTS employees even get free weekly yoga classes.


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