Fur Headband, Black

Fur Headband

Regular price$199.99
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  • Artisanal hand-knitted
  • Wild fur, sustainably sourced
  • A gift of everlasting warmth
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Embrace winter with the Fur Headband and versatile neck warmer from Dene Fur Clouds. Authentic and luxurious warmth rooted in the rich heritage of the Dene people from Northern Canada. More than utility, it's a symbol of sustainable craftsmanship, cultural preservation, and eco-conscious elegance.

  • Unbeatable warmth: Sheared beaver fur is the warmest natural insulator. Keep toasty with a statement piece that goes beyond utility.

  • Velvety-soft fur: A sensory, tactile experience made with one of nature's finest, sustainably sourced materials.

  • Comfortable fit: Knitted elasticity with no velcro ensures a comfortable fit free from hair breakage.

  • 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.