Everything About Lynx Fur
If you love natural, but not traditional fur, you will appreciate exotic lynx fur, which is valued even more than sable.
Lynx is harvested mainly in Canada, in wildlife as these animals are not bred in captivity for the fur trade. The license to hunt is exepnsive, hence the value of lynx fur. Moreover, fur produced in winter is more valuable, as summer fur is rougher and shorter.
The most valuable fur of the lynx comes from its stomach; the pile on the back is shorter. Therefore, elite fur coats are sewn from abdominal fur, in more economical models such fur will adorn the most prominent places of the collar – chest or hood.
In nature, only a few species of this beautiful animal exist and each has its own unique color, so lynx fur is not painted like the other furs.
Lynx fur is durable and protects against harshest weather, pile is not covered with hoarfrost. Lynx fur surpasses others in wear, second only to mink.
Another competitive advantage of lynf fur is that it is very light, almost weightlessness in comparison with other heavy furs. Lynx pleases the eye and warms the body, and if you love to stay warm and look elegant at the same time, then lynx fur is for you.