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We are regularly asked whether there are differences between sheepskin and shearling, or whether they are the same thing. Actually there are. Typically we use these terms to describe both a sheepskin and a shearling coat or jacket. A shearling jacket is made by tanning and conditioning the skin of a shearling lamb with the fur still intact, so it is considered a fur product because the fur is still attached to the animal's skin.

Shearling is just the skin of a lamb, and sheepskin is the skin of a sheep. The wool is on one side of the skin, the dermis on the other. Normally you show the leather side and leave the wool on the inside to protect it from moisture. Sheepskin jackets are less soft than shearling and have a coarser texture. Sheepskin coats, on the other hand, are not only extremely soft but also incredibly warm, making them a fantastic investment for people living in cold areas.


LABEL17 presents Clutch Bag New York Shearling in Winter Moss, Made in Switzerland
LABEL17 presents Clutch Bag New York Shearling in Anthracite, Made in Switzerland