The Brooks Range. The Yukon River. The North Pole. Denali... in winter.
Boundary Fur Sewing's fur products have kept travelers warm in some of the coldest & most inhospitable places in the Northern Hemisphere.
The warmest gear for the coldest times, perfected by dropping mercury and those who brave the Alaskan wilderness.

Please browse the tabs above to learn more about Boundary Fur Sewing and the finest fur products available, trapped and sewn in Interior Alaska.

About BFS

In a land where extreme cold is a matter of life or death, Boundary Fur Sewing specializes in custom high quality fur products for staying warm in the most extreme conditions.

All cold weather enthusiasts, from bush pilots & dog mushers to mountain climbers & polar explorers, can enjoy the benefits of handmade fur products. Proven across Alaska, including the summit of Denali in January, Canada's Yukon Territory, the magnetic North Pole, Antarctica, and on the 1,000 mile long Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race, our custom fur products include fur hats, mitts, & parka ruffs, as well as rabbit fur baby booties and hats. Some specialty items and projects are available upon request. If you have your own fur pelts you would like made into a high quality item please let us know, as we would be happy to work with your furs to make a unique and special item for you. 

Boundary Fur Sewing is a small Alaskan business owned & operated by Amanda Gecas, who grew up dog mushing on the Yukon River in Interior Alaska. She currently lives just north of Fairbanks, Ak training and racing a team of Alaskan Huskies. While far from her remote home along the Yukon River she still maintains the "Bush Alaska" life style. She has no plumbing, running water, heats only with wood heat, and is only recently connected to the electrical grid.

Many of the furs we use are obtained locally, by rural subsistence trappers in the Alaskan bush.
All fur products are hand sewn custom designs to ensure perfect function and fit.


Amanda's race team in action.
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Amanda and her retired lead dog Beretta out enjoying Alaska in the summer time.

Racing on the Denali Highway.