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All stocked up for Back To School!

Posted by Lisa Falconer on

New Products On-Line Now! Imagine slipping on these beautiful suede scuffs... Beautiful, practical...Polar Feet. Check out all our fabulous new products for back-to-school: fun new slipper styles, new fleece prints, more sizes, more selection, MORE COZY! Newsletter coming your way soon so you can be the first to get your feet stuck into our awesome new slippers and socks and hats and mitts and neck warmers and baby booties...If you are not on our mailing list, please send us a request to be included to info@polarfeet.com And...there's a new section of clearance priced items--everything is at least 40% off! Check it out!...

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Our Big Spring Sale on Now

Posted by Lisa Falconer on

Now through April 6th, anything and everything you buy here at polarfeet.com is 30% off when you use promo code: 0K1TN3IW4D5D at the checkout. We've had a big response so I was helping pack orders this morning, which I love because I am reminded again and again what beautiful products we have. They are a joy to hold and to feel--so soft to the touch, the colours so vibrant. I like to imagine where they are going, who will receive them...I pack a kids' pair of lumberjack socks and then an adult XL in the same style, and I wonder if this is...

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My Favorite Polar Feet Photo

Posted by Lisa Falconer on

This is my favourite Polar Feet photo--and those of you have been following us for a while will recognize it. It was taken by my friend John Alexander--a very talented photographer and writer who was kind enough to share this photo and let me use it over and over again. It really showcases some key aspects of what Polar Feet is all about: vibrant colour, variety, and friendship. This is a group of people--maybe a family, maybe a group of friends--who you know must be laughing while they jostle into position. They are comfortable with each other and are participating...

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Happy Halloween from Polar Feet

Posted by Lisa Falconer on

As Halloween draws closer I've been reminiscing about Halloweens past while I look forward to seeing my niece and nephew head out to go trick-or-treating. Here in Vancouver, it seems to rain pretty much every year. It's perfect, really. The wind lashing the trees, leaves blowing here and there. It's dark early enough that the house lights glow invitingly. Lots of people go all out decorating with pumpkins, skeletons, and gravestones and the streets are busy with cute little monsters and fairy princesses. "Trick or treat! Trick or treat!"  Growing up in Edmonton and then Calgary it was either pretty chilly out or...

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Salmon Run

Posted by Lisa Falconer on

Africa has the great Wildebeest migrations. The far North has the Caribou herds that make the ground tremble beneath their hooves. Here in BC we have salmon runs, one of which we were priveleged to witness this past weekend, at Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park on the Adams River. Every year sockeye salmon return, sometimes in the millions, to spawn and die in the rivers and creeks they left years before. As they travel upriver, they undergo a remarkable transformation: they stop eating and their scales are reabsorbed into their bodies, they turn bright red except for their tails and head that...

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