NZ Gardener giveaway of Canterbury Sheepskin Slippers

NZ Gardener Magazine had an amazing response to the giveaway of 3 pairs of Canterbury Sheepskin Slippers in its May issue. Over 1922 individual entries were received! The three lucky winners came from Oparau, Foxton and Featherston respectively – congratulations!

The Online version of NZ Gardner Magazine featured this giveaway.

The Online version of NZ Gardner Magazine featured this giveaway.

New Zealand Gardener appeals to gardeners of all ages and levels of expertise, from urban courtyard owners looking for new ideas for pots and patios, to rural gardeners embarking on large-scale landscaping projects.

NZ Gardener is New Zealand’s oldest and best-loved gardening magazine, reaching more than 300,000 green-fingered Kiwis every month. As well as expert advice from gardeners from Northland to Southland about what to do each month, the magazine offers DIY projects, seasonal recipes and preserves, tips on growing fruit, vegetables and flowers, and visits inspirational gardens all over the country every month!

The May Edition of NZ Gardner magazine - giveaway of Canterbury sheepskin Slippers.

Canterbury Leather International (CLI) was founded in 1974 by Doug & Gill Price, and originally focused on manufacture and export of sheepskin footwear, garments and accessories. The business manufactured its own brand (Homestead) as well a “private label” contract manufacturing.

From the late 1970’s CLI evolved to be primarily a manufacturer of sheepskin garments and this continued up until the early 1990’s. Garments were high value items and highly sought after around the world. Production of garments peaked in the mid 1980’s, at around 60 items per day and were primarily exported. This market changed steadily during the late 1980’s as first the Turkish, then Korean and finally Chinese manufacturers moved into the manufacture of sheepskin garments. However demand was still strong for high priced, premium end, New Zealand manufactured garments, particularly with the Asian tourists to Australia and New Zealand. Once the Asian crisis hit in the early 1990’s demand for these garments dried up almost overnight.



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