La Nina Means Another Cold Winter

With the coming of La Niña, much of the country is set to endure another season of cold temperatures. Stay warm this winter, both indoors and outdoors, with cozy items from David Morgan.

 

Lothlorian's Koru Socks

Koru socks are from New Zealand and made of possum fur. The feet are padded with grips in the shape of a koru, which means, ‘fern frond’ in Maori. The smooth fibers of possum fur have hollow cores and soft pointed ends.

 

Possum fur blended with Merino wool and nylon gives a strong, luxurious yarn that is extremely lightweight and soft. The yarn wears well, is easy to care for and resists pilling.

 

Stanfield's Union Suit

 

Our long underwear from Stanfield’s is made of 80 percent wool and 20 percent nylon. Wool is superior to synthetics for wicking away moisture while its anti-microbial properties keep odors from building up.

 

These will scratch at first, but trust us, after a few washes, they’ll be soft against your skin, keeping you warm and comfortable all throughout winter.

 

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Possum Fur

Stanfields

 

 

WESA Fall 2011 a Success

Will Morgan recently finished another adventure to WESA (The Western and Equestrian Sales Association.) The trip from Seattle to Denver meant the opportunity to drive through some of the most beautiful country in the US.

 

Through seven states (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah) the trip offered majestic scenery and plenty of wide-open spaces. The bright sunshine and wind showed the importance of having a hat. Speaking of wind, as they say in the west, if the wind stops blowing, everyone falls down!

 

Horses in Chico Springs, MT

Horses in Chico Springs, Montana

 

David Morgan WESA Booth

Our Akubra booth

 

David Morgan WESA Karaka Table

Akubra hats and Karaka whips out on the floor

 

Jim in His Territory

 

Jim in his Territory

 

On the Way to Vail

Dilon Resevoir on the way to Vail, 8,700 ft 

 

Utah Mountain Blocks

Near the Utah/Colorado State Line

 

 

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Akubra Hats

Karaka Whips

Stampede Strings