Introducing: Moose Knuckles
New to Woodhouse this AW20 season we have Canadian outerwear specialists, Moose Knuckles. Founded in 2007 Moose Knuckles has an extensive family history that extends far back to 1921, where the family has been protecting Canada and now the rest of the world from the cold ever since. Built on the belief they could make the ‘leanest, toughest and most luxurious sportswear in the world’ Moose Knuckles prides itself on unique design and quality tailoring to rival the best of the best.
Never straying far from its Canadian roots and rich history, Moose Knuckles currently operates 3 factories across Canada and employes 200+ locals including 90+ skilled product technicians. The process of creating the average Moose Knuckles jacket requires over 74 different individual processes relying on the skill of their dedicated craftspeople making each product an artisanal masterpiece.
The core jackets are made up of a 76% cotton and 24% nylon blend ensuring durability, strength and warmth. Each jacket is also coated on the backside of the shell fabric to create a protective inner shield from rain and water. Each piece is thermally insulated by the highest quality Grey Duck Down, designed to overlap and create small pockets of warm air within. As they were all the way back in 1921, each jacket is built to withstand the harshest of Canadian winters and are proven to be effective down to a stone-cold -40 degrees making them some of the most cold-weather effective jackets on the market.
In recent years Moose Knuckles has had an abundance of celebrity attention with the likes of two-time heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury spotted wearing jackets as well as world-renowned artists and musicians such as Sean Paul, 21 Savage & Fabolous. In the last few years Moose Knuckles has also had its name cemented in UK rap when J Hus sung “In my Moose Knuckles, got me feeling like a hot shot” on his song Playing Sports and then when Dave rapped “I see them in a Goose, wow, I gotta cop a Moose now. A Moose, that’s Knuckles.” on the track Stinking Rich by MoStack ft. Dave & J Hus.