Fur Mittens
Fur Mittens

Fur Mittens

Prix normal$349.99
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  • Artisanal hand-knitted
  • Wild fur, sustainably sourced
  • A gift of everlasting warmth
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  • Stock réduit - 3 articles restants
  • Inventaire en cours
Indulge in the silky-soft warmth of Fur Mittens from Dene Fur Clouds. Rooted in the rich Dene heritage of Northern Canada, these mittens are not only a winter accessory – they are a testament to sustainable craftsmanship, cultural preservation, and eco-conscious elegance.

  • Unbeatable warmth: Keep toasty with the warmest natural insulator around - sheared beaver fur!
  • Slip on with ease: Slide your hands into the mittens. The elasticity ensures a comfortable fit.

  • Sensory experience: Enjoy the soft, sensory experience of the sheared beaver fur against your skin.

  • Easy care: Wash in cold water and dry flat.
$1 from every product purchased is contributed to on-the-Land initiatives for Indigenous youth, educators, and knowledge holders.

100% sheared beaver fur: dense and velvety-soft underfur, ethically sourced and made in Northern Canada. Soft and sensory, the Fur Hat offers a unique tactile experience and is naturally biodegradable.

    1. Handwash in cold water with a mild shampoo.
    2. Squeeze gently in a towel, and lay flat until almost dry.
    3. To fluff up the fur, tumble dry on low heat for 5 minutes.

    We also offer a Natural Fur Cleaner, to keep fur products like new.

    Standard sizing for women. Men's sizing coming next season.

    Dene Fur Clouds offers a workmanship guarantee.

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    Carry a Legacy

    Drawing inspiration from the natural landscapes of the Sub-Arctic, Dene Fur Cloud creations represent harmony between luxury and conservation.

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    Made in Canada's North

    Fort Providence

    Your purchase directly contributes to sustaining livelihoods and cultural heritage. Fort Providence is a remote hamlet home to 900 people, with historic roots in fur trading & artistry.