At 55% to 65% off, you can be sure you’re getting an incredible price on one of our top-quality fur coats for sale. We pride ourselves on offering furs of the finest quality so we can provide the luxury and style our customers dream of, but at a value that puts them within reach.
When you browse our discounted furs from designers like Cassin, Chalue, and Pologeorgis, you have to decide what type of fur you want. There are some significant differences between a classic mink fur – one of the most desired pelts – and a fox or rabbit fur. They feel different, wear differently, and even have different life spans. And of course, every type of fur has a different luster, which can also change depending on where the fur was made. Below are some facts to help guide the decision making process..
Some of the most common types of fur are beaver, mostly sheared, fox, and of course mink and sheared mink, . There are a several other types of fur but these are the most common understand when looking at our sale selection. Every fur pelt has three parts: the leather backing that holds it together, the soft, fuzzy underfur that allows fur to trap warmth, and the outer guard hairs that give a fur its sheen. Mink is the most popular fur and the standard by which all others are judged. It is soft and light weight, has a silky, luxurious texture when you touch it, and shines with silky luster. Mink coats range in color from black to mahogany to white, and if you are willing to use dyed furs, any color is available.
Beaver fur is dense and has a plush-like texture. If it is unsheared, it is slightly less soft, with more pronounced sheen. Naturally long guard hairs give it a distinct, sometimes rugged look. This makes it very warm but also obviously different from mink. Browns from pale to dark are the most common colors. Modern beaver is worn sheared keeping its warmth, but giving it a current style and weight for the practical and fashion conscience woman. Sheared beaver can be dyed into a rainbow of colors, or remain classic in either black or brown. Fox fur has a long tradition, especially in Europe, because of its distinctive, fashionable coloring. With a thick underfur, this pelt can be bulky, and its long hairs are softer than beaver, so they don’t have the same rugged look.
We hand select the finest furs for quality of the material and workmanship. Whether you want something to add some luxury and class to your dressiest nights or a splash of style you can wear on a daily basis, you can find what you need at a remarkable price with our discounted fur coats for sale. If you spend a bit of time looking, you might just find the elegant fur of your dreams at a price you can afford.