Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka
Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka

Ukrainian Sheepskin Ushanka

Regular price$39.99 USD
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Whether you’re suited to the slavic-chic look, live in the northern wastes, or just want to rile up PETA, our fresh batch of Ukrainian sheepskin ushankas is just what you’re looking for. 

Directly translated to “ear hat,” the ushanka is an iconic piece of Eurasian fashion, known for its incredible warmth in sub-zero temperatures and for blocking fierce Arctic winds. The ear flaps feature simple ties for fastening under the chin in harsh conditions or folding the flaps up out of the way for comfort and hearing. No matter what, you'll be looking straight out of Stalingrad when you pair this up with your favorite greatcoat or parka.

Made from sheepskin, these ushankas are soft, weather-resistant, easy to spot clean, and exceptionally warm and cozy. These aren't the cheap fish fur substitutes issued to Soviet conscripts...



Specs

  • Genuine Sheepskin
  • Made In Ukraine
  • More Sizes to be stocked soon :)
  • Deployable "Ears" that can be tied up or worn down.


Sizing

Our Ushankas are, for the most part, true to size. Ushankas fit slightly tighter when the ears are tied upright, and slightly looser when the ears are deployed down. We absolutely recommend measuring the circumference of your head at its widest to confirm your hat size.

A Note on Resizing

Since these are made of real sheepskin instead of some kind of horrific synthetic imitation, it's simple to embiggen the ushanka's circumference without damaging it or compromising its warmth or weather-repellent features. This method will allow you to expand the ushanka 1-2 sizes.

  1. Put the earflaps down and wet the inside perimeter of the hat.
  2. Seat the ushanka over a bowl, ball, pot, or other spherical object slightly larger than the ushanka. Probably don't use your head for this unless you're ready to be uncomfortable for about 2-3 hours.
  3. Wait for the moisture to evaporate.
  4. Remove the ushanka. It should be slightly larger and undamaged. If unsuccessful, try more moisture and/or a slightly larger object.

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