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Our mush!mush! parkas are authentic to Canada's Western Arctic and include the 'Mother Hubbard' style that dates back to the missionaries' arrival in the region in the mid-1800s. The missionaries urged the Native women not to show their trousers. The women obliged by designing two-layer parkas with an outer shell characterized by a deep flounce along the bottom that makes it look like a dress.
These numbered Canadian parkas are custom made in the Northwest Territories. Each is hand cut for its owner and sewn in the home of a seamstress around Great Slave Lake. They are made using environmentally friendly methods in the same traditional styles Canada's Northern peoples have been wearing for hundreds of years. We think of it as authentic Arctic wear with an urban sensibility.
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