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Tanned Fur Pelts & Fur Trim

Our commercially tanned fur pelts & skins are all prime quality winter hides from the Northern USA or Canada. They are primarily used by manufacturers for making coats, hats, & blankets. They are also suitable for wall hangings and craft projects.

Many different pelts available for the fur lover! Whether you're looking for a simple fox or beaver pelt, or you're looking for rare lynx or otter pelts, FurSource.com has it!

These pelts are commercially tanned and are of the highest quality, allowing them to be used for any type of project!


Reindeer Hide Rug
Reindeer Hide Rug
$199.95 
(42 reviews)
Rabbit Fur Pelt
Natural Brown RabbitCream RabbitDark Chocolate Brown RabbitFawn RabbitNatural Grey RabbitBlack Rabbit
Rabbit Fur Pelt

$39.95 
(1 reviews)
Coyote Fur Pelt / Tanned SkinsMade in Canada
Coyote Fur Pelt / Tanned Skins
$199.95 
(17 reviews)
Red Fox Fur Pelt / Tanned SkinsMade in Canada
Red Fox Fur Pelt / Tanned Skins

$199.95 
(11 reviews)
Beaver Fur Pelts / Tanned SkinsSold OutMade in Canada
Natural Dark BrownNatural Light Brown
Beaver Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins

$129.90 
(2 reviews)
Badger Fur Pelts / Tanned SkinsSold OutMade in Canada
Badger Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
$69.90 
(13 reviews)
Black Dyed Red Fox Fur PeltMade in Canada
Black Dyed Red Fox Fur Pelt
$119.95 
(3 reviews)
Mouton Sheepskin Fur Trim StripMade in Canada
Brown MoutonBlack Mouton
Mouton Sheepskin Fur Trim Strip

$49.95 
(12 reviews)
Fur pelts consist of skin leather, guard hairs and under fur. The guard hairs are the long glossy hairs that overlay the shorter, denser under fur. The guard hairs help to repel moisture in addition to protecting the under fur from damage. The under fur primarily serves to insulate the skin, especially in cold climates. For this reason, furs from northern areas are generally higher in quality and of more value than those from southern regions. Fur "primeness" refers to the degree of development of the animal's winter pelt. All furbearing animals undergo at least one annual molt. Summer pelts are thin and flat and are of little or no value as furs. In the fall, as the days begin to shorten. the winter fur grows in. Although many people think that low temperatures cause pelts to prime, the primary process is actually regulated by photo period (day length). Weather can make some differences, however. For example a cloudy, gray fall will cause furs to prime up more quickly than they would in a bright, sunny fall because of the difference in light levels.

The most popular furbearing pelts & skins include coyote, red and gray fox, bobcat, fisher, raccoon, skunk, mink, otter, beaver, muskrat, and opossum.

Badger Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
ugliana from italia
Badger Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
5 out of 5 starsAugust 26, 2014
"Perfetto! grazie! piace, piace, piace! bravi!"
Coyote Fur Pelt / Tanned Skins
ugliana from italia
Coyote Fur Pelt / Tanned Skins
5 out of 5 starsAugust 26, 2014
"stupendo! sono molto contenta.... secondo ordine รจ non ho nulla da dire! bravi, bravi! Per Italia servono almeno 2 settimane ma vale la penna! Bella roba, grazie!"
Reindeer Hide Rug
Annie from Brisbane, Australia
Reindeer Hide Rug
5 out of 5 starsAugust 24, 2014
"Beautiful hides, thankyou!! Arrived very quickly with no problems whatsoever. The two hides are very similar in colouring as I requested. Very happy with all aspects of this purchase. Many thanks."
Grey Fox Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
Max from Ontario, Canada
Grey Fox Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
4 out of 5 starsJuly 27, 2014
"The pelt arrived shortly after the order and it is a beautiful piece. It will be a a great accent to a highland regalia for a renaissance fair I am attending next weekend. Thank you"
Reindeer Hide Rug
Caroline from Waterloo, ontario
Reindeer Hide Rug
5 out of 5 starsJuly 18, 2014
"This rug is beautiful and excellent quality. Very thick and soft. Absolutely love it!"
Beaver Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
Ogie from Wallaceburg, Ont. Canada
Beaver Fur Pelts / Tanned Skins
5 out of 5 starsJuly 11, 2014
"Looks Great"

Update Your Winter Parka With A Fur Trim Collar

Many of us own a standard black parka with a fur (or faux fur) trim hood.  For anyone who lives in a location where the weather gets to be indecently cold one of these parkas is a must.  If your parka is anything like mine, the coat itself is still in perfect condition after three years of wearing it but the trim, in my case faux fur trim, is not looking as nice as it did when I first bought...

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