Size may vary - approx 125 cm long and 90 cm wide
- approx 50" long and 35" wide
Shearling is a skin from a recently shorn sheep or lamb that has been tanned and dressed with the wool left on. It has a suede surface on one side and a clipped fur surface on the other. Usually the suede side is worn outward. Real shearling breathes and is more flexible, much heavier in weight and the fur is much denser than synthetic.
Shearling is a sheepskin pelt that has been sheared uniformly to obtain the same depth and feel throughout. Contrary to popular belief, it is not merely the shorn wool, but the pelt of a young lamb. The pelts are tanned with the wool still on them. It is also important to note that what is commonly known as sheepskin may be obtained from older sheep and is thus rougher to the touch, unlike shearling that is very soft. The combination of sueded leather on the outside and soft wool on the inside makes shearling pelts ideal for the creation of garments that will withstand not only very cold temperatures and moisture, but also the test of time.
COLOR CAN BE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT FROM PHOTOS