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Basic Info 

Base prices are the starting point for how much something is going to cost, these prices will go up or down based on complexity and material cost. However, the base prices on suits include up to three colours with simple markings on suits. Lining on heads, and handpaws/feetpaws come standard in most cases.


For those who are just window shopping, or looking for a quick estimate we do have a free online estimator tool that you can use. Keep in mind this estimator doesn't take into account marking fees, or other details like horns or scales, nor does it constitute acceptance of a commission. Having said that you can check out the Fursuit Estimator Tool by clicking here.

Mini Partials - 3500$ USD

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A mini partial consists of a head in your choice of toony, kemono or realistic stye and includes puffy paws, and a tail. The base price includes up to three fur colours  plus one minky colour for pawpads and the like with simple markings. The head comes fully lined with simple follow-me eyes and optional velcro eyelids for different expressions! 

Please note we no longer take Head Only commissions. Sorry folks! 

Full Partials - 4250$ USD

The full partial is an upgraded version of the mini partial in addition to the head, paws, and tail it will also include a set of fully lined arm sleeves and outdoor shoepaws. The base price includes up to 3 fur colours, and one minky colour for pawpads and the like with simple markings. 

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Plantigrade and Digitgrade Fullsuits

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A plantigrade suit is one where the bodysuit flows with the natural shape of your body giving your suit a more "human" look. A digitgrade suit on the other hand makes use of padding to mimic the natural stance of the animal you are dressed as. Digisuits can be made to fit slimly or have lots of padding and a dropped crotch to give the appearance of having a longer torso. 

Plantigrade Suits start at 5500$ USD

Digitgrade Suits start at 6500$ USD


Please note we require a Duct Tape Dummy for all fullsuit commissions. You can view our DTD tutorial here. 

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All of our suits come with a limited time warranty that begins when you recieve the suit. The warranty is there in case you have any issues with your suit such as needing something resized or fixing popped seams! 

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As an added bonus, all our fullsuits will come with a care bag! The stuff in the bag will vary as supplies last but they may include things like branded water bottles, fursuit brushes, keychains, or stickers! 

In addition, all suits will receive a detailed care sheet and swatches detailing where the fur was purchased so you never have to wonder! 

How We Work

Given how time-consuming it is to make fursuits and other costumes they tend to be quite expensive, to make the cost less daunting and more affordable we offer payment plans on commissions. We require a 30% non-refundable down payment upfront with the remaining 70% divided evenly among the payment term. In order to calculate the 30% down payment, we need to first provide you with a quote. Quotes take quite a bit of time to fill out between both parties, to save time we recommend you check out our Fursuit Estimator Tool first. Once you are fully committed to commissioning us you can apply for a slot - provided we are open that is. If chosen for a commission slot, a 100$ USD (+tax) Holding Fee will be required up front. This holding fee serves two purposes; First, it counts towards your 30% downpayment but is similarly non-refundable, and Second, it reserves your slot for 30 days, which gives you time to set aside money before the downpayment is due. If you are unable to make the downpayment within the 30-day Grace Period your slot is forfeited along with the 100$ holding fee, so please plan accordingly. 

Payment plans are available for most commissions. In the case of fursuits, we have set payment plans based on the type of suit being commissioned; 6 months for mini partials, 9 months for full partials, and 12 months for fullsuits.


All payments will be invoiced to customers on the 1st of each month and must be paid by the end of the month. A 5% late fee will be applied to any missed or late payments and you will be moved down in the queue as a further penalty, so on-time payment is a must! Additionally, a 13% HST sales tax is applied to all transactions. This is non-negotiable and completely non-refundable, even if you decide to cancel your commission.

Once your commission has been accepted you will be added to our queue. A queue is like a waiting list for customers who have officially commissioned us. While you are in the queue you will be making payments towards your commission. All updates and progress pictures are posted on our Patreon, with completed works being posted to social media. The queue itself can be viewed anytime by following this link. You can find links to our social media at the bottom of the home page. 

As we work by a queue-based system customers can expect to wait on average 3 years before getting the order. As such some customers may wish to pay a rush order fee to get their commission completed faster. Rush order fees are calculated based on the shortness of the deadline, the complexity of the suit, and our current schedule. While the actual percentage billed is always taken on a case-by-case basis here is a rough breakdown of what percent you will be looking at based on your request deadline.  Please note we are not always available to accept a Rush Order, so do not plan on being able to upgrade to a Rush Order slot down the line. Instead, we encourage you to book your Rush Order when you first commission us to ensure we can meet your requested deadline. 

Requested Deadline:

3-5 months 30%

2-3 months 40% 

1-2 months 50% 

Due to the nature of a rush order commission, the added fee is non-refundable however in the event we are unable to make a deadline for whatever reason compensation will be given; usually in the form of “free” upgrades or extras. In some rare cases, a partial refund - at our sole discretion - may be offered.

Fursuit Styles
What Style Works Best For Me?

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TOONY heads are cute and friendly-looking often with cheerful open-mouthed expressions. They have large eyes for great vision and with open-mouth expression, they have excellent ventilation. Toony heads can have 2D or 3D follow-me eyes but cannot have moving jaws. Toony heads are cast out of foam and are mounted on a foam bucket with the lining sewn down. These heads are lighter and roomier than realistic heads and can fit glasses, though a bit snugly in some cases. These heads are generally not airbrushed. 


KEMONO heads are our newest option for styles replacing the discontinued Semi-Toony Style. These heads are modeled after the Japanese style of fursuits which have earned the name "Kemono" style. This style of fursuit head has a very round/oval shape with very large eyes and a small simplified muzzle regardless of the species. Most Kemono suits have a plastic film over the eyes which gives it its unique look. Unfortunately, these plastic films have a habit of fogging up and impeding the wearer's vision and ventilation so we do not add it. These heads are suitable for people who want the ultimate cuteness! They are very roomy on the inside allowing glasses with ease but sacrifice ventilation in return for their looks. They are cast out of foam and have excellent forward-facing vision but usually very little peripheral vision. 

REALISTIC heads are best suited for people who want to mimic a specific animal or creature as best as possible. They are very detailed with airbrushing, glass/acrylic eyes, realistic teeth and tongue and have a moving jaw. Realistic heads tend to be very detailed and are best suited to the character with natural colours, airbrushed gradients, or scaled creatures such as dragons and other reptiles. Realistic heads are built on a resin base so they are typically much heavier than traditional foam heads. We can also make these heads on 3D printed bases which while significantly lighter are more fragile. These styles of heads have a much smaller field of vision compared to toony/kemomo heads and ventilation is largely controlled by jaw movement. As such we generally recommend upgrading to a muzzle fan due to the limited ventilation. We do not recommend this head for people who wear glasses or have asthma. Realistic heads are best suited for people who favor accuracy and realism above all else.

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