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Moose Knuckles Goes Fur Free

Moose Knuckles store in Toronto, Canada. Getty Images.
Moose Knuckles store in Toronto, Canada. Getty Images.

The Canadian luxury outerwear brand said Thursday it will stop manufacturing products containing natural fur by the end of 2022, the latest in a flurry of fashion brands, including American department store group Neiman Marcus and outerwear label Canada Goose, to say they would abandon the material in the past week.

The announcement comes as part of Moose Knuckles long-term sustainability strategy.

Among other things, the brand also committed to completely remove conventional cotton and virgin polyester and nylon from its products and fully mitigate its carbon emissions by the end of 2025.

Editor’s Note: This article was revised on 1 July 2021. A previous version of this article stated that the company would stop selling any fur products by the end of 2022. That is incorrect. The company will stop production of fur in that timeframe.

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