Sheepskin Cleaning & Care
Sheepskin is a natural lambskin pelt that features leather, or sueded leather, on one side and soft, plush fur on the underside. Lightweight and luxuriously supple, sheepskin is one of nature's greatest sources of insulation. Its soft wool fibers are naturally thermostatic, wicking away moisture for year-round comfort and breathability. Shearling is simply a sheepskin pelt with the fur side shorn slightly to create a uniform look and feel.
Leather Cleaning & Care
Practical and sensual, leather has been used to make quality garments, footwear, bags, and accessories for thousands of years. Renowned for its durability and versatility, leather resists tears, punctures, and extremes in temperature, and it contours beautifully with wear.
Fur Cleaning & Care
Absolutely nothing compares to the luxury and style of fur. Nature's elegant answer to winter, a fine fur offers timeless beauty and long-lasting durability. You can feel good about wearing an Overland fur; the pelts we sell are in abundance in nature, and their purchase helps support thousands of people who make their living from the land.
Wool Cleaning & Care
Soft, cozy, and breathable, wool is one of nature's greatest insulators. A highly popular fabric for tailoring fine garments, it beautifully resists wear-and-tear. Remarkably, wool not only retains its shape after being stretched, but it can also absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp.
Sheepskin Seatcover Cleaning & Care
Soft, plush, and cushiony, sheepskin seat covers relieve pressure points on your back, neck, and legs while you’re driving. You’ll enjoy being on the road more than ever—particularly for long distances. Naturally thermostatic, sheepskin keeps you comfortable year round, so you can say goodbye to icy cold seats during winter and hot, sticky seats in the summer.
Sheepskin, Leather & Fur Glossary
For your convienience, we have included a glossary of all the types of sheepskin, leather, fur you could ever want to know.