The Story behind Ken.
In 1975, Ken Read becomes the first North-American skier to win the Alpine Skiing World Cup. Yes, it’s cold in Canada, but it will have taken Ken to show the world that you didn’t need to be European to win a ski race. This victory led to the formation of the Crazy Canucks – a group of Alpine skiiers composed of Ken, Steve, Dave and Dave. Between these 4 athletes, 107 appearances in the top-10 between 1978 and 1984! And still today, the Crazy Canucks name reminds us of Canadian fervor at its peak. The best part is, you can carry a little bit of that feeling with you in your pocket!
Style and Craftsmanship.
This beautiful ski handkerchief features a token of winter: a unique hand printed red snowflake pattern on thick, soft white cotton. Nothing better than a Canadian handkerchief to brave winter! Ethically made in Montréal (Canada), this cotton hanky boasts an unusual shape with its folded corner neatly sown into place. Its embroidered brand, TSHU, is a seal of elegance and commitment – in fact, we commit to planting a tree for each adopted handkerchief. Thanks to its quality materials, the TSHU handkerchief makes for a practical and durable accessory you’ll never leave the house without – as it is the perfect alliance of style and usefulness. Oh, and FYI, our hankies are not gender-specific. Ladies, gents – as long as you’re bold, this handkerchief’s perfect for you.