Taking perfectionism,

to a new level.

The Story

Mujjo started out making knitted winter gloves that work on touchscreens. These gloves turned out to be a great success and have been featured in major publications around the globe. In the spring of 2012, Mujjo announced their first collection of sleeves for apple devices, featuring a unique combination of wool felt and high quality leather.

The brand has grown fast, and continues to evolve, but Mujjo keeps the same passion for creating beautiful designs. Mujjo’s passion for making good products even goes beyond the desire of keeping clients and reputation.

Brand DNA

Dutch Designer Label

We believe to create great products; we have to start with a simple idea and then craft around that intention. We obsessively try to keep it as simple as possible, while trying to make each part as good as possible, every stitch, every button, they have all been intensively thought out. While it’s not easy to keep things simple, it does pay off to create a product that is perfect in a sense of simplicity to that extent that you cannot leave anything away without compromising it’s intention.

It’s part of our personalities to keep challenging ourselves, raising the bar on a daily bases. This certainly doesn’t make things easy for ourselves, but we simply don’t know how to do it any other way. We get satisfaction out of trying to create an even better product or experience, it makes us feel good to try to improve it over and over again, it’s in our DNA.

Our Work

The Founders

Media Coverage

  • 2013/01/06: “Mujjo Leather Touchscreen Gloves are my new favorite thing…”

    WIRED.COM
  • 30/09/2012: ”If a hard case isn’t your style when it comes to protecting your shiny new iPhone 5, these sleeves from Mujjo offer an interesting and stylich alternative.”

    TNW Magazine: WANT
  • 03/12/2012: ”BECAUSE 007 WOULDN’T BE CAUGHT DEAD IN KNIT GLOVES.”

    FastCoDesign.com
  • 06/12/2013: “… they’re a cut above the rest of the pack in terms of quality, durability and design. And they’re made by a small accessory hardware startup in the Netherlands.”

    TechCrunch.com