There is Simply No Warmer Coat Than A Fur Coat
Synthetic materials like polyester, nylon, fiberfill, holofill, or even polar fleece are a close second. However, they are still not as warm as an animal fur coat or even a fur lining. As long as animal fur retains superior warmth and moisture resistant qualities to human-made fibers, they will remain precious. Fur is one of the warmest insulators known to man, and it is highly used for winter wear. Fur is hot and will keep you toasty during these cold winter months. Certain fur types such as sheepskin or fox are exceptionally insulating.
Fur is no longer just for warmth on the coldest of days; furs has moved into the hot “must-have” fashion category and are worn from day to night and across all seasons. Mink is an excellent choice for a blend of style and weather-resistance.
Mink StrollersNot only are fur garments much warmer than garments made from synthetic fibers, they also possess unique qualities in the deep cold. For example, fox fur does not ice up or frost up in sub-zero temperatures which is why its used in arctic conditions. A hugely popular fur is the luxuriously full-furred fox. With long, lustrous guard hairs and a soft, thick underfur, fox is wonderfully fluffy and ideal for high-fashion trim on collars, cuffs, wraps, headbands as well as show-stopping vests, jackets and coats – you name it, fox fur makes everything lusciously warm and beautiful.
Gorgeous Cross Fox Jacket
A sable coat is traditionally made up of soft wool topped by a dense coat of fur, and then topped again by an even longer coat of hair, making it exceptionally warm and practical; it’s no wonder that the sable is so valuable! 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.
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