Resistance to low temperatures.
Coats have gained popularity in the 2nd World War, when ovine fur jackets kept the pilots warm.
Because the wool of sheep and ovine skins that retains body heat, sheepskin coats retains heat in the coldest time of winter.
Despite the fact that sheepskin coats, cost more than leather or textile fabrics, they are more resistant to wear.
If properly cared, fur coats can be worn many years without any problems.
The coats are waterproof. Wool fibers have a robust layer that protects the core fiber against moisture.
Each core of wool can absorb 30% of its weight in moisture vapor without getting moist.
Although the absorption of moisture and water repellency external products with fur ovine skin regulates body temperature.
Coats should be lightly shaken after exposure to rain or snow and smooth with a soft sponge if spots appears over time.
Besides the fact that its a moisture repellent, ovine leather threads keep away sweat from the skin and keeps the body warm and dry in all climate varieties.
Given its natural isolation properties is said that ovine skin is too heavy or would keep you warm in areas with moderate climate, untrue thing because ovine skin is famous for its respirability properties that disperses moisture, maintains body temperature regardless of the temperature fluctuation of seasons.
Your body will stay at a suitable temperature in an ovine leather coat, whether you walk in a spring day or remove the snow from your font yard in a cold winter, this makes coats to be comfortable in three seasons of the year.
Coats are famous for elegant or casual styles, which gives you the opportunity to wear them on any occasion. They come in a variety of models, depending on individual preferences.