Milkweed Neck Warmer

$31.00 USD
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PREORDER - DELIVERY AROUND MID-JANUARY 2024

Soft, simple and pleasant to the touch, the Lasclay neck warmer is precision quilted, light as air and insulated with milkweed to keep you warm and dry even in the harshest conditions. By wrapping your neck and face in this warm, milkweed-insulated neck warmer, you'll finally be able to beat the chill of our Canadian winters.

Features

Thanks to milkweed's hydrophobic properties, the neck warmer stays in place and won't get wet from condensation.

Dimensions
  • Diameter: 8 inches (stretchable)
  • Front height: 10 inches
  • Back height: 6 inches
Material & Care

Material

  • Fabric: 85% bamboo viscose, 15% acrylic
  • Insulation: 100% Milkweed

Care

  • Hand wash cold
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron

Designed for northern winters

Our products are designed to help you enjoy the cold season with style and comfort. We manufacture everything in Quebec to keep our supply chain as short as possible and prioritize durable materials.

Customer Reviews

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Dielle Raymond
Neck warmer very small!

I received this as a gift. It seems quite lovely, but it is incredibly small! I'm a woman, and it doesn't even fit on my forehead, never mind over my face and onto my neck! Just a warning for those ordering online.

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Louise Flibotte
J'adore

J'ai acheté le cache-cou et le bandeau...j'adore...

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Sophie Lemieux
Super col!

Il est très chaud et garde au sec, je l'adore

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Martine Cournoyer
J’adore mon cache-cou!

Beau cadeau de mon chum! 😍🤩

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Francine Bernard
Je l'adore

J'aodre mon cache-cou Lasclay!

Responsible and cruelty-free

The oil used to manufacture synthetic insulation is getting scarcer and more expensive, while down is questionable from an ethical standpoint. Milkweed can be farmed industrially in a win-win formula for nature and humans and performs better than its counterparts.

Respectful of Monarchs

By purchasing a Lasclay product, you are directly helping the monarchs, an endangered species. An abundance of milkweed in rural areas provides them with invaluable breeding grounds before their great migration, after which we harvest the floss.

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