Materials: Cowhide Suede, Rabbit Fur
This style of fur-trimmed mitts has been passed down from generation to generation in Indigenous communities. Our ancestors originally designed them to keep all your fingers together to stay warm in harsh Canadian winters. Now as a modern Métis company, we continue the tradition by combining modern techniques and materials to make them functional for city wear with your favourite parka.
Beadwork and material colour may vary from photograph
Smudging with Sage Sage is believed drive out evil spirits, negative thoughts and feelings, and to keep negative entities away from areas where ceremonials take place. In the Plains sweat lodge, the floor of the structure is strewn with sage leaves for the participants to rub on their bodies during the sweat. Sage is also used in keeping sacred objects like pipes or Peyote wands safe from negative influence.
24″ to 30″
Smudging with Sweet Grass In Native American culture, braided sweet grass is believed to attract good spirits, energies, and influences. Sweet grass, with its sweet aroma reminding people of the love, kindness, and gentleness provided by Mother Earth, is known to have a calming effect and is often used during talking circles and healings. We use sweet grass during smudging to call in the good Spirit.