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Zaphod_bee

Hello,

 

as for germany (where I live) it is mostly not cold enough for the thicker furs like fox.

Though I like to wear my single-sided ones which are often reversible (rex rabbit, plucked nutria). They are already suitable with lower +-centigrades (like +4 °Celsius, when the wind chills it down more) and definitely below zero.

I have some double-sided rex rabbit which are to warm then; I weared them at -13°, but that is almost 10 years ago. By then fox would be ok as well.

But when I just sit outside then the double-sided gear is wonderful !

 

Any other comments on germany ?

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LeComte
On 11/13/2020 at 8:16 PM, Zaphod_bee said:

Hello,

 

as for germany (where I live) it is mostly not cold enough for the thicker furs like fox.

Though I like to wear my single-sided ones which are often reversible (rex rabbit, plucked nutria). They are already suitable with lower +-centigrades (like +4 °Celsius, when the wind chills it down more) and definitely below zero.

I have some double-sided rex rabbit which are to warm then; I weared them at -13°, but that is almost 10 years ago. By then fox would be ok as well.

But when I just sit outside then the double-sided gear is wonderful !

 

Any other comments on germany ?

German climate is ok for furs, I'd say. It always depends on your personal weather - how sensitive are you towards cold? In the evening you often got +5° C or so, which is fine for a fox coat, my wife would say.

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paul2809

For me...  when Temps go down to 45degrees  farenhiehght is when I need a coat.. or fur coats... 

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