Information about Auskin Sheepskin Longwool Rug - Single Pelt
Closeouts. Once this pure sheepskin single pelt rug from Auskin is added to your home, your skin will be daydreaming of the thick sumptuous softness. Snuggle into its unmatched softness, which is cool in summer and warm in colder months.
Reviewed by chas from ohio on Friday, January 21, 2011
Over the years I have purchased a total of six or seven of these single pelts. They are nearly indestructible. Visitors to our home are always drawn to the warmth, texture and luxury of this product. So much so that I have begun giving them as gifts. Two of the recipients use them in their beds to k...
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Reviewed by Qbobaiat from Washington on Thursday, February 20, 2014
I bought a single and a double pelt of the ivory rugs. Liked them so much that I turned around and ordered two more. They look great on my hallway floor and even on the back of my couch. My tiny Poodle went absolutely nutso for it. He's been sleeping on it every day since. I would say that they are true to the color in the photos and, really, even nicer than I was expecting.
Reviewed by Spencer from Denver on Friday, January 17, 2014
Excellent quality, incredible softness and nice large size. My dad loves his new sheepskin, it is now on his work chair, so he spends most of the day enjoying it. A great gift, now I just need to get one for me...
Reviewed by Attolia from South Carolina on Thursday, January 16, 2014
I bought two of these in black to put on either side of the king size bed so my husband and I don't have to step onto bare hardwood floors first thing in the morning during the winter. The rugs are a little stiff feeling but overall sturdy. I have four pekingese that love lounging and rolling around on top of them. Since the dogs use them pretty heavily, the rugs end up in the wash every couple of weeks. The black dye is starting to fade, but the rug is otherwise holding together well. The rugs were very inexpensive with a good coupon deal so I feel fine with the idea of letting the dogs wear these out and buying two more whenever the next good coupon comes along.
My backing measures 37 1/2 inches in length for the backing. The longwook sticks out another 2 inches on each end with a total measurement of 41 1/2 inches. If the long wool is brushed up or gets matted of course it would be shorter. Hope this helps, it really is a nice pelt and I found out that the company Auskin only gets pelts from sheep that have been slaughtered for meat. They do not kill just for the pelts. In light of that I ordered 2 of the shorter ( and cheaper ) pelts for my dogs but have not received them yet.
Answered on 1/22/2014 2:07:11 PM by kern co hiker from kern co
I would assume that it is an approximate (or minimum) measurement of the skin itself (the white backing, as you say). You sent me scrambling for my tape measure. I measured two of mine, as the other two are being set on. The skin side of one was 39" and the other was 38,75".
Answered on 1/22/2014 2:19:50 PM by cyber_terrapin from DelMarVa
Thanks folks. I have one that is almost 40" long on pelt side and just got another locally to Match but it's only 36". Full 4" shorter ! I may just order one through here and see what I end up with!
Answered on 1/22/2014 2:39:04 PM by Cindy from Colorado
38.5" is the size of the white backing. The fur sticks out (or up) another 1.5" all around.
Answered on 1/24/2014 12:17:54 PM by Dog mom from Ohio
I just measured the backing and it was 37 inches, so I would assume the 38.5 inches is the fur "hanging" over the backing.l
Answered on 1/25/2014 7:08:39 PM by Susie shopper from California
Sorry to take a while to answer. I had just washed the two rugs I had, and it took four days for them to dry completely on the line. After their first washing, the leather side was 32 x 24. After I brushed out the wool, the wool side measured 36 x 26. I didn't measure them prior to washing, but I had always figured the size of the rug was approximate because each sheep that contributed the pelt naturally varied in size.
Answered on 2/1/2014 6:29:42 PM by Attolia from South Carolina