- Ribbed style scarf
- Size: no fitted size
- Length 6'" wide x 60" long
- weight 8 oz
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Love my scarf! I got it as a giveaway with a small flaw, but a quick fix to keep it from running makes it a winner! Having experienced it it, if I needed another I would certainly buy it. It is the perfect amount of snuggle ability without being too bulky, it is soft and warm and just a beautiful shade of brown!
I am like many others here, a bit of a broken record on opinion and reaction to items purchased from Buffalo Wool. My most recent purchase was the Bison Down Scarf. The weave and material is, at the same time, rugged/thick/hardy and still soft/smooth/comfortable. It has been bitter cold here in PA this January, and the scarf has served as neck warmer, face mask, ear covering, all around keep me warm garment. So well worth the price when what you get is simply the best of its kind and purpose. I will add that it is a great length, plenty long to wrap around several times to provide double layer protection. I could not be more pleased with the quality, comfort, and warmth..
The bison down products are incredible. Very soft and warm. Does not itch and breathes well. Very happy with my purchase.
My wife’s one, so she has two colors. They are her “go to” scarves when the weather turns chilly. Especially days in the country or on the road b
Very please with the heavy knit, rough durability, overall warmth of this scarf. Fairbanks Alaska approved!
The bison scarf is beautiful. It is made with the soft down of the bison. My husband’s gift thrilled him. We raise bison in Virginia and appreciate the craftsmanship of this scarf.
Will cherish the rest of my life!
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