wool-lined

wool-lined

adj
(Clothing & Fashion) having a woollen lining
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Winter boots, jackets and my old wool-lined army parka have been dusted down and are ready for immediate action.
For hand protection, workers should use the following materials for mitts, cover mitts, cover pads or gloves: leather, cotton, wool, Kevlar, wool-lined Kevlar, aluminized fabric or other heat resistant materials.
Palladium's new wool-lined collection presents the best kind of compromise.
The Museum of FIT will display the wool-lined, yellow ensemble and other designs by Isabel Toledo in the exhibit, which ends September 26.
1976 Woolrich introduces the wool-lined Mountain Parka.
Before the label became mainstream, a classic Burberry wool-lined raincoat bought from their factory shop a few years ago for pounds 200.
Its midweight Oil Finish Sheller Cloth is impregnated with a paraffin-based oil finish to keep you dry, Roomy cargo pockets up front each have two compartment, and wool-lined handwarmer pockets form flaps to cover the cargo pockets.
Like most choughs, these are extremely site faithful and have returned to the same snug, wool-lined nest site in a derelict compressor shed on the quarry site for several years.
Draping my wool-lined London Fog over one arm and carrying my briefcase in the other, I exited the bar and stepped toward the subway station.
4) Bryn Dwr with The Druid - Wrexham, Clwyd Pitch: On the banks of the River Alyn, Bryn Dwr offers the luxury of two sheep wool-lined, eco-friendly camping pods to experience a night out under the stars in warmth, security and comfort.
FELINE faces, slit-eyed in the sunshine, peer from wool-lined wicker baskets.