Vintage Mens Uruguay Shearling Sheepskin
Large – US Mens 42
If you need a coat for the deep freeze, or plan to be outside in cold temperatures for a long time, this is the coat for you!
Shoulder (Seam to Seam) – 20“
Chest (Armpit to Armpit) – 24“
Length (Collar to Hem) – 32 1/2“
Sleeve (Armpit to Cuff) – 24 1/2″
You are looking at a Vintage Sheepskin heavy winter coat in Very Good condition.
This coat is not new and it has been worn. The only real issues are missing fur on the inside of the left sleeve (see the picture below) and on the inside of the right sleeve, just above the cuff. However, it doesn’t affect the WARMTH of the coat and it is not visible when you wear it. To see it, you would have to turn the sleeves inside out the way they are in the picture below.
This coat is made for deep-freeze, seriously cold weather.
It drives me crazy when someone lists a coat and don’t tell you what is wrong. So, look at picture #7 (last picture). It shows the patchiness where the fur is missing.
If you are sensitive to cold weather, this is the coat for you!
Other than the sleeves, the fur is nice and fluffy and warm. There are no holes, rips/tears, nor loose stitching. The underarm/under sleeve looks good
Wear this coat in some seriously cold weather while feeling like it is indoors. Warmth like this makes you wish you were covered head-to-toe when outside in the freezing cold.
If you need a winter coat that is warm, I doubt you will find much warmer than this.
Hard-warmer pockets (if you have no gloves, fantastic feature for the cold)
Huge Collar (it covers the back of your head)
Adjustable (rollup) sleeves
stiff, flip-up collar to protect your neck and bottom of the ears (no need for a scarf)
straight, button-up front
rollup (adjustable) sleeves
If you are a US Mens 42, this coat fits great. If you are smaller, you can layer.
Everything you need in a heavy winter coat is there, rollup sleeves, hand-warmer pockets, HUGE collar that covers the back of your head, buton-up front, soft, and not too heavy. The shepskin stops the cold wind and the wool fur traps the warm air around you. It is the next best thing to actually being a sheep.