This was no question our most popular item last fall and fastest selling item we have ever made, (sold out the entire production within one week of release) BUT it is back, and we made a heck of a lot more this time. Super soft bison fiber blended with mulberry silk makes this elegant scarf comfortable and seriously long lasting. A generous 9" wide and 64" long, our soft and cozy bison/silk 50/50 blend, with sophisticated cables running down the full length.
- 9" wide 64" long
- Cabled or Ribbed styles
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It is beautiful. I will enjoy wearing it.
My second time to order from Buffalo Wool .... all of their products are amazing,
very soft, easily maintained and long lasting. Customer service for phone call orders, packing/shipping/delivery were excellent. You CANNOT go wrong with Buffalo Wool.
It is soft and warm. Bought as a gift for my sis in law. She loved it.
I anticipated the scarf to be soft on the skin. Unfortunately, my wife finds the scarf to be very itchy, “like a pair of wool pants”. Not what I expected for a bison/silk scarf that cost $100. Now I wish I had saved $50 and just bought her a pair of bison/silk socks like I did for our kids. They are very soft and warm.
I am truly sorry about this, and If it isn't to her liking, please send it back and we can get you a refund or socks or whatever you prefer.
Not sure I told you but my ranch is Broken Z Lazy T Bison Ranch. Been raising bison for the last 3 years
Very well made soft scarf.
I have a buffalo and silk scarf. It is very handsome, and I like it alot. It’s also warm. I have had a buffalo and silk knitted hat and they look very handsome together. Love these products.
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
Designed from the Ground Up
The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.