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wolfskin

(ˈwʊlfˌskɪn)
n
the skin of a wolf, used for clothing, etc
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I remember exactly how he strode into our kitchen in his felt boots and long wolfskin coat, his eyes and cheeks bright with the cold.
Jelinek put on his long wolfskin coat, and when we admired it, he told us that he had shot and skinned the coyotes, and the young man who `batched' with him, Jan Bouska, who had been a fur-worker in Vienna, made the coat.
Clothe you in a wolfskin, give you a knife and a spear, and set you down in the woods of Grabritin--of what service would your civilization be to you?"
He had never before appreciated a plain hardwood floor with a couple of wolfskins; it sure beat all the carpets in creation.
North Wales Police said he was last seen wearing a multi-coloured Pull and Bear hoodie with a black Jack Wolfskin puffa jacket.
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It said, "The Jack Wolfskin business showed nice growth in the second quarter of 2019 compared to 2018 as a result of excellent performance in its direct-to-consumer business.
(U.S.), Jack Wolfskin (Germany), Sympatex Technologies GmbH (Germany), Polartec, LLC (U.S.), Kathmandu Holdings Limited (New Zealand), and Columbia Sportswear Company (U.S.).
Outdoor specialists Jack Wolfskin have teamed up with the National Trust to produce an eco-friendly collection of jackets, fleeces, T-shirts and trousers.
"He was wearing a dark green Jack Wolfskin jacket with a silver logo, dark grey thick stripes on each sleeve and a hood.
California, US-based golf products manufacturer Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY) has closed the acquisition of Germany based outdoor wear and equipment manufacturer Jack Wolfskin for EUR 418m (USD 476m), the company said.