Shearling Sheepskin

Shearling refers to a newly shorn hide of a yearling lamb that has only been sheared once and is tanned with about 3/4 of an inch of wool left intact on the skin. Shearling is a lightweight material but it is still extremely durable and warm in all types of weather conditions. The natural fibers allow for comfort all year round. Shearling was worn throughout Asia and Europe since the ancient times and is still popular today found widely on boots and jackets. Shearling sheepskin is resilient and will last a long time.