Fur is actually referred to the hair of non-human mammals, especially those with large amount of body hair that are generally thick and soft. Fur has been widely used by humans for insulation against the cold weather throughout history. Although fur is not popular nowadays and is unlikely to enjoy the mass appeal it once had, it looks like expensive-looking skins will always have a place reserved on the catwalk and in the designs of certain fashionistas. Fur as an investment will remain hot and desirable. There is a vast varieties of fur available today, and each has its own qualities. Long-haired furs, like on a fox, or those with thick under-furs, such as mink, chinchilla, beaver – are valued for their warmth factor. Beaver, raccoon and possum are esteemed for their durability and affordability. Fur is a part of our history and our future, and its product doesn’t look like stopping.