Moncler fur trim trapper hat – have you got yours yet?

Moncler Fur Trim Trapper Hat

Nope, not a dog – although you’d be forgiven for thinking so… In fact, this is a 100% raccoon fur trapper hat from Moncler, and, apparently, the must-have item of the season!

If you’re averse to wearing an animal on your head (we assume the raccoon-haters out there are already sold on this one) we urge you to think a little about the benefits. Just consider how cosy you’ll be in that arctic-condition weather so much of the world suffers this time of year. Imagine the near-constant joy to be found in a tickly forehead – not to mention the wonder of finding yet more fur moulting into your eyelashes…

And if that’s not for you, you can always find a strategic position within view of the front door and invest in a “beware of the dog” sign to deter unwanted visitors!

Ok, yes, we’re being a bit silly here: but seriously, will you be buying this hat? And if so, where and with what will you be wearing it?

Moncler fur trim trapper hat, €640,00, My Theresa

5 Comments

  • September 16, 2010

    Kate

    Not this one exactly. Mine’s a Llama fur hat that was a gift from a friend’s trip to Peru. Then again I live where it’s abso-effing-lutely COLD in the winter, so I worry less about looks and more about hypothermia on those days.

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  • September 16, 2010

    Tali

    I used to live 4 years in Siberia when I was a teen (not because of what most of people may think! my parents worked there). Believe me when I say – this thing RUINS your hairdo! But it’s surely warm.

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  • September 16, 2010

    Sunny

    It’s sad because many people think that wearing a dead animal on the head will make them feel fashionable. I know fur is very warm, but please.. with this global warming, soon we will wear scuba- diving equipment. I’d rather wear faux fur, because it gives the same warmth, and it’ll make me feel like I’ve done something to preserve the nature.

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    • September 16, 2010

      Amee

      Actually, fake fur is worse for the environment than real is. This animal was likely from a raccoon farm, bred for this purpose.Is it wrong? Well, likely. But at the same time, the electricity you use for your computer, the gas filled car you drive, and the clothes you likely buy harm the environment more than fur does.
      I love my beaver fur hat..got it from my grandfather.

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  • September 16, 2010

    EricB

    I pity the poor animal that they worked into this.

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