For each design of Wunderfell coats and jackets we use high-quality lambskin, which is a waste product of the food industry and thus finds a contemporary reuse instead of being wasted. Breeding fur from mink, tanuki or fox, on the other hand, is an absolute taboo and is not used in any of our coats or jackets! Every Wunderfell design therefore complies with our ethical values and can be worn with a clear conscience.
We have made it our goal to design lambskin jackets for eternity that are classic yet casually sophisticated. Every Wunderfell coat therefore goes through a loving design process that has been thought through down to the smallest detail - many of our models are even reversible and can be worn on both sides. Wunderfell stands for real investment pieces that offer you priceless added value every season because they are independent of fast-moving trends and are designed according to the slow fashion principle. In this way, we consciously speak out against the modern throwaway society and instead urge our customers to purchase our high-quality fur jackets, waistcoats and coats. Our shearling models not only stand out for their impeccable workmanship, high wearing comfort and almost unlimited durability, but thanks to their timeless look, they can be combined again and again
. With Wunderfell, you can rely on true evergreens in your wardrobe!
In keeping with our philosophy of sustainability, we also focus on environmentally friendly processing in the production of our lambskin coats. When tanning our skins, we avoid using environmentally incompatible substances such as PCP, formaldehyde or azo dyes as far as possible. In addition, our partner companies use technically high-quality water filter systems. Furthermore, a tannery in Spain is currently developing a process in which only natural tanning agents and dyes can be used. In the near future, we will try to do completely without chemical substances. Our declared aim is not only to ensure the quality of our fur coats, but also to protect both the environment and people during the manufacturing process.
The table refers to your body measurements, not to the measurements of the respective item!
Example: If your chest measurement is 102 cm, then the models in size M will fit you.
Place the tape measure on the largest circumference, tightening the tape just enough so that it does not constrict.
Place the tape measure on the strongest part of the chest at the front, pass it under the arms, slightly rising at the back.
Measure at the narrowest part of the torso. This is where the waist band is fixed.
Place the tape measure horizontally over the strongest part of the buttocks.
The table refers to your body measurements, not to the measurements of the respective item! Please put the tape measure on as shown below, it should be tight but not constricting.
The actual measurements of the jackets and coats are always at least 2 cm wider than the maximum values given in the body measurement table for a slim fit.
Wide models such as capes can also turn out considerably larger than the maximum value given in the body measurements table.
Example: If your chest measurement is 97 cm, then the models in size M will fit you.
This is how you measure correctly: Put the tape measure on the largest circumference, tighten the tape just enough so that it does not constrict.