Spirit Hoods: Are you a member of the Tribe?
Gee guys…we in the Furry community have been ahead of the curve!
Spirit Hoods were inspired by people who were wearing ears, tails and other “faux fur” accessories at festivals like Burning Man and Cochella. Each of the designs represents a “spirit animal”. Each animal’s traits are listed, for example “Nasty Rabbit” is “Trickster » Articulate » Lucky” and “Wolf” is “Loyal » Social » Teacher” with a matching description.
It’s not just the new must have fashion accessory, it is actually helping a cause. they have partnered with some non-profits, where a portion of the profits from their “Product Blue” items goes toward saving an endangered animal.
The Spirit Hoods collection features a variety of animal styles, all of which craftily mimic the fur colors rather accurately. They’ve got grizzlies, several varieties of wolves, lions, pandas and more — even a “nasty rabbit.” All hoods come with ears, so it should make for some interesting silhouette while you strut about a dark club (or stumble home after a bender).
The standard design comes with paws that fall down to around the waist area, which you can use as a scarf or a place to wipe all that catsup in your hands after eating fries. They also offer a “half” model for some of the designs, which cuts off the arms, leaving just the hood over your head.
We don’t know how a Spirit Hood will go with your regular dress style. They look crazy good, though. Prices start at $69 for the half models and $129 for the pawed designs.
There is even a kids line
The non-profits that benefit are as follows:
The Spirit Hoods Family is pro wildlife! We are a big supporter of all animals all over the world, and to concentrate our efforts and make sure your donated dollars go to the right place, we’ve created “Product Blue.” When you purchase a Spirit Hood that contains the logo below you are automatically donating a portion of proceeds to help fund a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to helping your particular animal.
Visit SpiritHoods KidsPolar Bears International
Polar Bears International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat. By promoting awareness through research, stewardship, and education they hope to help keep these animals on the planet.
www.polarbearsinternational.orgSnow Leopard Conservancy
The unintended activities of humans have increasingly threatened the survival of one of earths most elegant wild cats, the Snow Leopard. It’s now up to us to help support these majestic animals and their fight for survival.
Wolves are still a very threatened species in North America and all over the world. A non-profit organization established in 1990, Wolf Hollow offers a unique opportunity to view gray wolves in as natural a setting as possible and teaches people about the importance of the wolf in the wild. www.wolfhollowipswich.orgPandas International
The Giant Panda is such a delightful and captivating animal, it is also one of the most endangered. The best estimates place the number of wild pandas at approximately 1,600. Pandas International is exclusively devoted to the Giant Panda, and with your help are making an impact on their recovery!
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