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The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)
The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)

The Fog Horn (Grey Toque)

$45.00

Every WIRTH Hat purchased has an impact by supporting counselling for those who cannot afford it.

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Holding onto you, even when the fog gets thick. Not only will this toque keep your head nice and warm when the weather gets cold, the Foghorn will hold your head tight, while reminding you, you’re never alone - even when the going gets tough.

  • 50 % wool, 50 % acrylic
  • Tight Knit
  • Unisex
  • Quality crafted WIRTH Hat, handmade in Vancouver, BC
  • Funding a counselling session for someone in need
  • Support the ongoing work and endeavours of WIRTH Hats
  • A warm Hug for Your Head when it arrives at your door.

WIRTH is a hat company committed to doing something about mental health. Proceeds from your purchase go towards supporting mental health initiatives and the WIRTH Foundation's Counselling Fund. Our hats are made in Vancouver, Canada with high-quality fabric and a lot of love. WIRTH Hats is a symbol of conversation around vulnerability and openness. We are committed to ending the stigma surrounding counselling and therapy.

Features

  • 50 % wool, 50 % acrylic
  • Tight Knit
  • Unisex

What's Included

  • Quality crafted WIRTH Hat, handmade in Vancouver, BC
  • Funding a counselling session for someone in need
  • Support the ongoing work and endeavours of WIRTH Hats
  • A warm Hug for Your Head when it arrives at your door.

About WIRTH

WIRTH is a hat company committed to doing something about mental health. Proceeds from your purchase go towards supporting mental health initiatives and the WIRTH Foundation's Counselling Fund. Our hats are made in Vancouver, Canada with high-quality fabric and a lot of love. WIRTH Hats is a symbol of conversation around vulnerability and openness. We are committed to ending the stigma surrounding counselling and therapy.