NukuNuku’s Black Haramaki in cotton* with lycra. A tube of stretchy cotton to pull on or step into and wear around your middle that will keep your whole body warm by layering your core. An essential basic for your wardrobe.
- Made in the UK
- Built to last and keeps its shape
- High quality soft organic* cotton
- With added lycra for stretch 92% cotton, 8% Lycra 190gsm
- Hugs your body round your core
- Helps warm your whole body
- Available in sizes XS to XL
The haramaki is a traditional Japanese item of clothing worn under or over clothes around the middle to keep you warm. Unisex and ageless - for anyone who wants to banish the cold. We took this Japanese idea and made NukuNuku's own brand single layered soft cotton haramaki will keep you warm and keep its shape wash after wash. Wearing our tummy-wrap will keep your core warm and allow your whole body to stay warmer.
Great while pregnant to make your clothes fit you longer by layering and post-partum to make you feel held or warmer when breastfeeding.
May aid digestion and ease lower back pain, covers you up during sports such as pilates, cycling and yoga and allows you to stay outside for longer. Warning, you can become addicted - we wear ours 24/7...
Our own brand NukuNuku haramaki are single layered and average 30cm from top to bottom, covering your kidneys and lower back to top of the hips.
Sceptical and think you don’t need one? You may be if you haven’t yet tried them (but you will be hooked when you do!) You can test it out by tying a scarf round your waist to try the effect. Soon you will see that having the core of your body insulated raises your body temperature all over. This is because the inner organs are warm, increasing your circulation, which spreads heat all over your body, even to the toes and fingers.
Don’t take our word for it, please take a look at our reviews:
“I have been wearing haramakis from NukuNuku for several years now and wear them most days. I find that they have helped with so many things and recommend them often to my acupuncture patients (both female and male). They have reported back saying wearing them has helped with issues such as lower back ache, occasional bouts of sciatica, women's issues, supporting those with weak bladders, digestive issues and are great to wear to bed when camping! From my experience, they wash well and keep their shape and come in lovely colours. Thanks for a great product”
“The Haramaki changed my life, you have to try it. This Haramaki is absolutely perfect on the body, cotton and feels great against the skin. Keeps your core warm in a way that I thought it couldn't be possible (but is never too warm at the same time). It is a must have, give it a chance. Helped me with keeping my core warm, my menstrual cramps, my energy levels... 10/10. Thank you!”
Also known as: kidney warmer, belly-warmer, bump band, tummy tube, body warmer, nierenwärmer, back-warmer, core-warmer....
* as of 2022 all our black nukunuku haramaki from organic cotton
Warm and comfortable
It keeps you warm and feel comfortable .
Eni | Oxford | October 2019
There are great with dungarees! I love dungarees but don't like the draft....haramaki are the answer, who knew?! :)
Kath | Sussex | September 2019
I love your Haramakis! I have had 2 for a few years now and continue to buy them for friends😊
Sally | Berks | June 2019
I love these haramakis! I have one in black and one in white, if they did them in navy too, I'd buy another one.
They have kept me warm this winter, so much so that the day I forgot to slip one on I couldn't understand why I felt that bit colder - then I remembered what I'd forgotten!
They are quick and easy to wash and dry, and easy to store.
I wish I'd had them when I was standing on the side lines, watching my son play football!
Great product that I would recommend to anyone who feels the cold.
Lisa | Hampshire | February 2019
I was always such a cold person but the Haramaki has changed winters forever. It's like wearing a mini electric blanket around my lower back. Life changing!!
Sue | | January 2019
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