AMERICAN NOMAD Flannel Hand Warmers | Red Plaid | Set of 2
Keep your hands toasty warm with our exclusive handmade warmers. Crafted in partnership with Love & Moxie, a Savannah-based boutique started by mother/daughter duo Danielle and Renee. After being diagnosed with early stage alzheimer's, Renee and Danielle became roommates and were determined to live life to the fullest on their own terms. They upended their lives, left a 15+ year career in law enforcement and moved to Savannah where Love & Moxie was born from their desire to raise Alzheimer's awareness while enjoying time together doing things they love. $1 of each set of handwarmers sold will be donated to the Alzheimer's charity of Danielle and Renee's choice.
Handmade from upcycled flannel shirts. With every item purchased with us, a tree is planted in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
Hand warmers were first invented by Japanese inventor Niichi Matoba. Matoba received a patent for applying the principle of an oxidation reaction that produces heat by means of platinum catalysis. He then devoted his time to researching how to make the product suitable for practical use. In 1923, he manufactured a prototype of his device naming it HAKUKIN-kairo (HAKKIN warmer). A version of these original portable hand warmers is still produced in Japan.
Details + Dimensions
4" x 4"
vintage flannel shirt
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