raised by wolves fw19
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Brand: Raised by Wolves

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: There's lots of standout pieces this season from the Realtree Ducks and Fish polar fleece half-zip pullover and maple camo hoodie to the allover wolf-print balaclava and license plate frame.

Release Date: Available now

Buy: raisedbywolves.usraisedbywolves.ca and select global stockists

Editor’s Notes: Canadian brand Raised by Wolves enters the Fall/Winter 2019 season with a massive collection that goes above and beyond what we've come to expect of the label that has placed quality and local manufacturing front and center since day one. Like past seasons, nearly the entire collection is made locally, either in Canada or just south of the border in the USA.

The made in USA caps, for instance, come in a number of materials including mega-tough Japanese Dyneema gridstop; a rare, cozy Realtree polar fleece; lush velvet and eye-catching moire. The brand's made in Canada watch caps, meanwhile, are offered in a new waffle knit pattern while jacquard-knit scarves and toques feature a Rolling Stones-inspired design.

Elsewhere you'll find made in Canada outerwear, tops, sweats and tees. Highlights in these offerings include the McQueen Sweater, made of an Italian merino wool and acrylic blend, and featuring an angled cable knit front panel, in addition to the Polar Fleece Half Zip, a cozy-boy classic, offered in a seasonally appropriate Realtree Ducks & Fish pattern.

This season's designs include references to The X-Files, Chicago blues legend Howlin’ Wolf, and Canada’s famous Northern Lights.

In the interest of both transparency and complete consumer confidence in the product, Raised by Wolves created a page dedicated to the fabrics used throughout this season's collection.

Explore the materials here, flip through the gallery above and watch the video below to immerse yourself completely in the brand's seasonal collection. Afterwards, pick up your favorite piece at raisedbywolves.us or raisedbywolves.ca.

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