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Furs with 3/4 sleeve, raglan

Fur Coat Selection
Choosing a fur coat is not easy.  We can recommend some criteria by which this will make it easier.
Criterion 1 - Furs
The maximum wear on the fur of the otter, sable, mink, raccoon, nutria, then astrakhan, muskrat, etc.  Outsiders on this list are rabbit and hare furs.  But the quality of the fur is also affected by the time of year.  If the fur is “winter”, then it will have very dense and thick downfill.  This fur is better.
Criterion 2 - Price
The most expensive furs are sable, mink, raccoon, nutria, otter, then astrakhan, muskrat, etc.  The cheapest can be considered rabbit and hare fur.
Criterion 3 - Models and Fit
Fur coats can be sewn from whole plates of fur, and can be sewn into dissolution.  It is possible to sew a fur coat into a dissolution only under computer control on expensive equipment using "ideal" strips of fur, while it is impossible to remove fur defects on the plates.  Since expensive equipment is necessary for sewing fur coats for dissolution, such fur coats are usually imported.  Fur coats for dissolution are more expensive than from plates.


Features of sleeve with 3/4 lenght

The sleeves are 3/4 length to close the hand up to mid forearm. For those who were not taught anatomy, the forearm refers to the part of the hand that is located between the elbow and wrist. This length of sleeve designers specially designed in order to be able to hide the fullness of hands, leaving visible only a delicate brushes.

It is considered that Raglan sleeves styled British feldmarShal Baron Raglan, who lost his right arm in the Battle of Waterloo. Although, there are other views on the history of the emergence єtogo style. This is currently a very widely used style, as in the models of outerwear, and other models.

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