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Knowledge Cotton Apparel

Organic Wool Rib Beanie


Quality organic wool beanie in a rib-knitted design.

Dark Grey Melange


100% Organic Wool


Organic wool

Ribbed knit

Owl-logo badge on the turn-up

Clothing Care

30° gentle wash, Do not bleach, do not tumble dry, do not iron, do not dry clean

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Group 21

Free UK delivery 5-10 working days from dispatch 

Dispatched from the designer in Denmark - no customs fees should be charged

Since Brexit, parcels can take longer to go through UK Customs and so express delivery is not available on this item


KnowledgeCotton Apparel organic wool beanie in a rib-knitted design. Completed with the classic owl-logo badge on the turn-up.

Experienced Danish brand KnowledgeCotton Apparel make smart low impact clothing for those who love nature.


  • Regular Fit

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Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Organic Wool 

Crafted to last

Longstanding relationships with suppliers

Knowledge Cotton Apparel Organic Wool Rib Beanie footprint


KCA have worked with their Turkish manufacturing partners since the brand was founded in 2008 and visit them on a regular basis.

The beanie is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified. All stages of production from fibre growers to processors and manufacturers are audited and must have systems in place to ensure social criteria based on the key norms of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are met.


Organic Wool comes from farms that put the sheep and the environment first.

This beanie is crafted to last. Making a product that will stand the test of time is a hugely important aspect of sustainable design.

Country of origin


Organic Wool: (GOTS certified)
Beanie: Knitted in Turkey (GOTS certified)


Certifications: This beanie is GOTS certified by Ecocert Greelife, Lic.No. 151833

Areas For Development

GOTS living wage policy currently only requires that national legal standards are met. We'd love to see KCA collaborate with an organisation like the Fair Wear Foundation to advance the complex topic of a real living wage for garment workers.

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