GET 10% OFF your order when you buy 2 items at regular prices with the promo code: TEN
GET 10% OFF your order when you buy 2 items at regular prices with the promo code: TEN

About Us

- Cote Cuir is a family business founded in 1998 by Lucie Cote.

- Our products are proudly made in Quebec, the French province of Canada, with natural materials that are healthy for the environment. All in a traditional way and by hand.

- We chose recycled fur instead of new fur because it's eco-friendly and can recover fur coats. And above all, protects fur animals from exploitation, this allows fitting into a sustainable consumption and circular economy.

- In addition, recycled fur is good for the environment as opposed to faux-fur, because faux is made from petroleum, therefore non-biodegradable. We cleaned good fur coats at a specialist fur cleaner and use these to make fur items. Leather and shearling are genuine, excellent quality and new.

- Items are made in our workshop. Lucie has been working with leather for 28 years, she acquired her expertise in leather by working 7 years for a handbag artist, whose products are sold in shops of Old Quebec City.

- Cote Cuir (pronounced kote kyir) means «leather side» in French and it's also a play on words because Cote can be a word and a last name, and that's Lucie's last name.

  • In 1998, Cote Cuir business was founded by Lucie Cote. In the beginning, Lucie was working as a subcontractor for a fur-hats artisan.
  • In 2008, she started her own products, she began to sell in handcrafts exhibitions, while continuing the subcontracting.
  • In 2018, seeing the growing demand for her products, she made the decision to cease subcontracting.
Thank you for your support for natural materials, healthy for the environment and handmade in Canada, North America.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions

Lucie and her daughter Marianne who works with her:

Some pictures from the workshop:

Cutting leather with a clicker:

Production of leather aviator hats in several sizes. They are ready to be sewn:

Sewing hats on various sewing machines: