lauri tilkanen, farmesteri, field credible

FARMESTERS

lauri tilkanen, farmesteri, field credible

FARMESTERS

FARMESTERS

HARVESTERI



IT'S NOT STREET CREDIBLE, IT'S FIELD CREDIBLE

You must know the Farmesters, right? Those trendsetters living on the countryside and producing your food… A true Farmester is a farmer proud of his or hers work, smiling while driving a tractor. Their daily work, if something in this world, has a meaning as we all must eat. Farmesters might have seen the world, but taking over the family farm was an obvious choice after all. A farmester does not make quarter plans, he makes quarter-century plans. Farmesters don’t want to build barriers between the countryside and the urban areas, but act as a link between them and enjoy the advantages of both. Spotting a farmester downtown, you might mix him into a hipster –which he of course isn’t.

These Myssys are a tribute to the Finnish farming heritage and they can be worn downtown just as well as on the farm.

94,00 €

Harvester is designed to honor the work of those heavy duty forest professionals with whom we share this Vistola village of ours.

Product is handmade of hand-dyed and 100% organic Finnsheep wool that doesn’t itch. Natural dyes are very sensitive and color might be a little bit lively and the shade of color may differ from the photo. Every product is unique! Size M fits 85% of our customers. New Myssy hat should feel a little tight, the product takes the size and shape of your head within the first week of use. If the product feels loose to begin with, it is better to change it into smaller. By the way, our return percentage is 5%, so most of our new Myssy Friends are happy with their Myssy!

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IT'S NOT STREET CREDIBLE, IT'S FIELD CREDIBLE

You must know the Farmesters, right? Those trendsetters living on the countryside and producing your food… A true Farmester is a farmer proud of his or hers work, smiling while driving a tractor. Their daily work, if something in this world, has a meaning as we all must eat. Farmesters might have seen the world, but taking over the family farm was an obvious choice after all. A farmester does not make quarter plans, he makes quarter-century plans. Farmesters don’t want to build barriers between the countryside and the urban areas, but act as a link between them and enjoy the advantages of both. Spotting a farmester downtown, you might mix him into a hipster –which he of course isn’t.

These Myssys are a tribute to the Finnish farming heritage and they can be worn downtown just as well as on the farm.