The original “trapper hat” was an actual animal pelt worn on someone’s head. In the 1800s, North American furs were traded to China, bringing luxurious Asian silks to embellish western fashion. As an homage to that time – and western heritage, we’ve given our hats satin linings with traditional Chinese patterns.
Ethically produced by master sewers in NYC’s Garment District, our hats are made with luxe vegan fur on the brims, and high quality dead-stock or specialty wool, or wool-cashmere, for the outer layer. This means we’re keeping textiles out of landfills, and almost all of what we make is an exclusive, limited edition piece. You will receive the edition number for your purchase.
We call our trapper hat the "1876" - for the year that Colorado gained statehood. Wear yours on snowy slopes, across the plains, at shoreline, or in the windy canyons of any city. And know that the west and its heritage are never far away.
Cooler, crisper days want warmer, cozier beverages. Learn how to serve up the hottest trend in cold weather delights: a hot chocolate charcuterie board. Or, if you'll forgive us, what we think it truly should be called: a hot chocolate smorgasbord. Embrace the hygge!
Whether you attended day or sleepover camp, had friends or neighbors who went, or have a vision of camp life from watching movies, you most likely consider it a summer pass time exclusively for kids. Times are changing, and adult summer camps are popping up from Maine to LA. These are the best summer camps for adults across the US, and some ways to bring the summer camp vibe home if you aren't able to get away.
Do you know about forest bathing? It began in Japan and is now popular the world over. Here we'll tell you what forest bathing is, how to go forest bathing, where to go forest bathing, and even how you can forest bathe if you don't have access to a forest.
Your mask is my favorite! It fits great - it's so comfy that I can actually tolerate wearing a mask all day!
Bethany, Denver, CO
The blue-grey scarf completes the outfit when I wear it with my vintage blue & red sweater and blue plaid skirt. It's also so soft!
Nancy – Portland, ME
The scarf is so soft and warm, but I can still breathe through it when I'm snowboarding.
Eric - Boulder, CO
I'm taking the wrap scarf with me to Paris next week!