Animal Fur Coats: Much Warmer than Synthetic Fibers
Synthetic materials like polyester, nylon, fiborfill, holofill, or even polar fleece are a close second BUT are still not as warm as a fur coat or fur lining. As long as animal fur retains superior warmth and moisture resistant qualities to man made fibers, they will be valuable.
The good people of Buffalo are certainly no strangers to snow — but this week has put even the city’s most seasoned winter veterans to the test.
The latest from the National Weather Service is that parts of western New York state could get another 3 feet of lake-effect snow on top of the 5.5 feet already on the ground. At least 10 deaths are attributed to this week’s severe weather.
A surge of Arctic air, January-like wind chill and record-breaking low temperatures have left much of the continental United States shivering in unusually bitter November cold.
With the most dangerous wind chills expected tonight and tomorrow morning, here are some tips for dealing with the cold:
Why do you think those Russian women wear those big fur hats when it’s 20 below zero? Because fur is incredibly warm, that’s why. Animal fur coats are much warmer than synthetic fibers, and also possess unique qualities in the deep cold.
Furs remain the warmest material known to man. Stay safe this Winter: bundle up in a fur garment from Marc Kaufman Furs! We ship anywhere in the country, including those places hit hardest by this arctic surge.
With over 2000 quality furs to choose from, and the option to design your own, Marc Kaufman Furs of NYC has the most extensive online fur selection in the World, the possibilities are limitless! Most of our fur garments are one of a kind. Each and every fur was hand crafted and carefully designed.
Mink is a great choice for a blend of style and weather-resistance.
Marc Kaufman Furs NY you know that you are getting a quality fur coat, backed by reliability, great customer care and service.
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