Available in various shades of natural grey, as each skin has unique color shades and shape.
The Icelandic sheepskin comes in variation of colors, yet 87% of the national flock today is white because it is the genetically dominant color.
The natural grey sheepskin color is only found on 2.3% of the Icelandic sheep, therefor a rare and interesting color.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to choose between two different skins before or after the purchase of this product.
Brush the hairs regularly to keep them soft and straight and hang it outside on windy days.
Do not expose dyed fur to a direct and strong sunlight because color change may occur.
If you happen to stain your fur, try wiping it off with a damp cloth.
It is also good to use special cleaning liquid for wool, you mix it with water and use it carefully only on the stain.
Be careful not to use too much water and leave the fur to dry at room temperature.
To finish, brush the hairs and your fur will look brand new.