All About Shearling
Blue Duck, the exclusive manufacturer of Micro-Shear Shearling, has been a leading manufacturer of shearling outerwear for over 16 years. Hence, their mission is to educate stores and consumers on the wonderful qualities of shearling: super light, yet incredibly warm, and perfect for today's lifestyles.
Basically, you are wearing the hide of sheep inside out. It is this combination of hide and the soft wool against your body that provides the amazing warmth. Shearlings come in an incredible variety of texture, thickness and quality. Shearlings can be soft or course, have long hair or short, can be light and airy or thick and dense.
The absolute best shearlings originate in Spain and Italy, from the Merino and Toscana sheep. A new line of Micro-Shear Shearling, introduced by Blue Duck, is among the lightest and warmest variety available in the industry. These textures lend themselves to a variety of styles, from week-end casual to city chic.
Shearling are natural sheep skins, among the first garments to shelter man against the elements. So what is so great about shearling?
The reason people originally adopted shearling as a favorite form of outerwear. Advancements in textiles have not been able to surpass shearling's natural warmth without weight.
Shearling is an incredibly long-lasting investment. Generally, garments last not quite... but almost forever.
Due to the inherent beauty and comfort of the garment, shearling fits into any lifestyle: from work days to week-end, from jeans to gowns, shearling is great and appropriate.
In an age of positive values, consumers are thrilled to buy a luxurious garment that is politically correct.
Fine sheepskin provides incredible warmth with very little weight. It is a natural product, so that it is warm and yet breathes. Even indoors the wearer will not get overheated.
Always beautiful, elegant and modern, shearling is timeless classic that is always in style. At the same time, shearling lends itself to ever-changing trends, adapting itself to the times.
Shearling is an all natural by-product. In addition, it is a renewable resource that promotes sound agricultural and livestock ecosystem.