Refers to the breed of sheep that is typically used for the production of sheepskin products.
Refers to the length of the wool fiber on the sheepskin.
Refers to the natural wave in a wool fiber that offers strength and resiliency to a sheepskin product.
Refers to the number of wool fibers per square inch on a sheepskin pelt. Density requirements differ depending on the products being made.
Refers to a high grade of sheepskin pelt commonly used for garments where the leather side is clear with out blemishes.
Refers to a high grade lamb skin pelt commonly used in garments. It is light weight, extremely pliable and rich in feel.
Long Wool Rug
Refers to a natural form sheepskin or lambskin pelt that has not been shorn and therefore has a wool length that can range from 2 inches to 4 inches.