These scarves are handmade by us and are made with authentic Pendleton fabrics. They have a luxe fleece backing for a super cozy feel. They will keep you warm on the coldest of walks with your pups or can be used as a fun fashion statement!
With a three snap system it is easy to style it the way you want. Snap the two sides and leave the middle open so that it lays a little lower around your neck, or snap up the top to keep the material closer to your neck and face for a warmer fit!
The blue Pendleton fabric is a little bit lighter weight than the other three, but is still very warm.
The Black Elk pattern is named after a wičháša wakȟáŋ or medicine man of the Oglala Lakota people. He not only fought and survived many famous battles of the old west, but was a strong speaker and educator for his people.
The Anine Oakley pattern is named after a famous American sharpshooter of the old west outlaw times. She learned to shoot as a child as she hunted and provided for her widowed mother and her siblings.
The Butch Cassidy pattern is named after a classic outlaw who is famous for his train and bank robberies. You may recognize the name from the 1969 film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
The John Wayne pattern is named after... do we really need to describe this one? John Wayne movies were a staple for us growing up so we of course had to dedicate a spot in the Outlaw Collection to this classic cowboy!