American Fur Authentic Fox Fur Boa Scarf for Women
Just like any other specie on the planet foxes require a natural habitat to flourish. Foxes found in US and Canada just like their European and Siberian equals are the sources for exquisite furs. Most often it is the fur of a fox that supports its survival in freezing cold temperatures. Consequently, natural evolutions has turned their skins into extremely resilient and furry types.
Gray and red foxes can be found worldwide. However, Northern states of US, Southern parts of Canada and Central Asian foxes’ fur are by far the fluffiest and thickest. Their fur carries unique properties that make them distinguished among other types of fox furs.
Gray fox fur is usually highly dense, a characteristic that makes it really desirable for use in making coats and jackets. The dense fur stops cold from entering and acts as a barrier against cold and snow.
Another feature that makes gray fox fur unique and superior is the soft and deluxe underfur. This provides a soft feel from the inside and makes it comfortable for use as a shawl or gown.
Additionally, in this type of fox fur, the guard hairs are harder as compared to other types of fur which helps to give it a thicker look and feel from the edges.
And, what makes red fox fur so special? Firstly, it is the length and density of these furs. This make them a great choice for clothing and home décor.
Secondly, the tails of such foxes are really long, in fact, in most cases, the tail of a red fox is even longer than half the length of the fox itself. Besides length, the tail in red foxes tend to be extra fluffy and thick, perfect for use as a winter scarf.
Additionally, red fox is amongst the most eye catchy types of foxes. The natural color variation pattern gives its fur a highly distinct and alluring appearance. The eroded red color mixed in with lighter tones looks vibrant.
In both types, a dazzling looks pattern is formed in furs gray and red foxes which gives them their unique natural color tones and contrasts.
Fox furs can be a great for making coats, jackets and for use as a winter shawl. If applied as a home décor piece, it gives a uniquely antique and elegant impression.