The Story behind Lucile.
Canadian alpine history began in 1956, when Quebecer Lucile Wheeler won Canada’s very first Olympic medal in alpine skiing. Lucile set forth a long and beautiful Canadian tradition of excellence in ski – way before her colleague Ken (who also inspired a winter TSHU!) and the Crazy Canucks became a reference. With Lucile, Canadians knew that they could rival any country in the world! Now, you can carry a token of Canadian winter in your pocket by adopting Lucile.
Style and Craftsmanship.
This unique sports handkerchief features a token of winter: a beautiful hand printed green snowflake pattern on thick, soft white cotton, doubled with another ply of white cotton sateen. Nothing better than a Canadian handkerchief to brave winter! Ethically made, this cotton hanky flaunts its elegance and commitment – in fact, we commit to planting a tree for each adopted handkerchief. Thanks to 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.