Huckleberry Jazz Bison Cape

There are 35 huckleberry species across North America. In Montana, the name refers most often to one of three wild Vaccinium species -- especially V. globulare, the "mountain huckleberry." This species grows in northern Idaho and western Montana, in open areas with just the right balance of sunlight and moisture. These are wild blueberries, only crunchier and more tart, with a more intense flavor. No one has managed to tame, or commercially cultivate the huckleberry, so all of the berries picked and eaten are wild fruits. Memories of Eva Gate's Montana Huckleberry jam at the breakfast table,  combined with my own untamable nature, inspired the creation of this warm wonderful bison fur cape.  Woven wool in blacks and deep purples hit the low dark notes,  then a crescendo of  jazzy lining in complimentary colors hit the high bright notes.  No one saw that coming!  A removable bison fur collar keeps you warm. This one-of-a-kind piece fits narrow and large shoulders.  The bison fur collar can be simply brushed clean with Lana's Natural Fur Care (see below). It is also safe to dry clean both the cape and fur. Price includes USPS Priority Shipping.  Handling Fee applied at checkout.   (see below)  


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