Easy to clean, warm, light and more environmentally friendly as made from recycled plastic bottles, the polar material we like to bring back the cold while remaining trend. Some clues to find one for you. For a small polar freshness choose a relatively light (weight 100g/m2). Most opt ??for a cautious 200 g and the arrival of a cold to 300 g. For the quality you trust your eyes. Are excluded, too soft tissues which, because of their fibers are too loose, do not protect from the cold. They evacuate badly sweating and do not stand up to repeated washing. Loose for sports with bright colors, more casual with a slim fit in a jacket or sweater in shades of pastel sometimes encrusted with beautiful grounds, the fleece moccasins is suitable for all circumstances. It goes perfectly with jeans and fleece moccasins and a small T-shirt dress. Sculpt a polar bear, make moccasins, play the drum, prepare a meal of grilled muskox, dance from morning to night and from night to morning, where it is never night. Destination Inuvik, north of 60, for the Festival of arts of the Far North, a festival of visual arts and performing arts, at the other end of the world, on the Mackenzie Delta. Celebrate the cultural ingenuity of 120 First Nations artists from across the country. Become your own artist. Create earrings original porcupine quills. Make your own basket by basket. Compose a song with an Inuit musician. Work with sealskin. Watch polar bears emerge from a block of soapstone in the hands of a native sculptor. Play with polymers by learning to paint. Enter the world of dream catchers and attend Nordic films. Talk to the weavers who transform the musk ox in with scarves and jewelry that make earrings with antler and walrus tusks and narwhal. Sign up for workshops and learn to make fleece moccasins of moose hide. Unleash your creativity . . . North. After a meal of char and caribou, real menu "surf and turf" of the Arctic, introduce yourself to the rhythms of North, throat singing and traditional drum under the midnight sun, wearing your brand new mukluks . An unforgettable experience in the North. Before leaving Inuvik, take a bush plane to the community of Tuktoyaktuk to see mud huts and share the traditional soup and bannock. . . .