High performance sheepskin
A natural insulator, sheepskin is a temperature regulator. It keeps you warm when you are cold, but doesn't overheat you when you are warm. Sheepskin is also a fire retardent.
Caring for fur
Sheepskin is naturally water-resistant. If it gets wet or covered in snow, shake off and allow to dry naturally. Once dry, you can vigorously brush the sheepskin with a natural or wire bristle brush to retrain the hairs in the correct direction. With any fur, always brush lightly and in the direction of the hair.
Furrier clean only.
If they become creased, the ribbons may be ironed with a cool iron, avoiding the Tallis deer print.
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