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Lynx Fur Coats are ranked amongst the most exotic fur types. Their velvety , sleak long hair and the numerous spots ,along with the contrasting tones of beige and white create a pandaesia of colors and an eye striking impression. Wearing a lynx fur coat will certainly make heads turn . It is a fur type that always remains a classic and never out of fashion. It's wild , exotic and bold look makes it one of the sexiest furs as well.


Lynx coats are neither heavy , nor light . In terms of weight they are placed somewhere in the middle among other furs. They have a comfortable feel and soft texture . Their inner skin is very elastic and durable , which makes them a good investment since with standard care they can last and look excellent for many years .


They come in several styles . Either it is a vest or a full length fur coat or a jacket , cape and so on. Each lynx fur coat has its own uniqueness and character . The spotting pattern and the tone that can range from light beige tones to medium light earthly tones contribute to that uniqueness.


A beautiful combination is that of lynx and fox . Lynx fur coats with fox collars are found quiet often in the market. The fox collar may be plain white , white with spots , beige or tan. Fox compliments the lynx and adds some volume for those who are in favor of a more extravagant look . An all time classic combination is white spotted collar and cuffs . For those who are in favor of a simple look with sleak lines pure lynx is the way to go .


There are four types of lynx fur , the iberian , the eurasian , the canadian and the north america bobcat. The first type is considered a species under extinction and is not used for fur coats. The eurasian lynx is heavily regulated for the same reason while canadian and bobcat are used in the fur industry . There is a limited amount of skins that can be produced by trappers and each skin bears a barcoded tag .

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Fascinating! Thank you for the informational post. The last bit about conservation is of special interest since I only know of hearsay about trouble importing lynx coats across national borders.


Also, it's heartening to hear that they're a little less "high-maintenance." I always imagined the high price tags always correlated with extensive upkeep.

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