True North Furs specializes in providing the highest quality in Canadian lynx blankets. Our master furrier has hand selected Canadian lynx furs, and oriented the pelts into an artistic and elegant addition for your home. Choose from a variety of preselected sizes (Throw, Queen, King, Full) or True North Furs can customize one in the exact size you require.
Throughout the world, Lynx has long been known as the fur of kings! Every winter we journey to Alaska to hand select the finest lynx skins in North America. Add a lynx fur throw to your home to create a welcoming, comforting atmosphere. Opulent, soft, and plush, lynx fur blankets and throws are light as a feather, wispy and warm. These throws will keep you toasty warm even though you'll barely feel any weight on you. Made in the U.S.A.! Each Canadian lynx blanket or Lynx throw is lined with 100% cotton velvet or Pure Cashmere.
- May be used as a blanket, throw, or comforter
- Two backing options available – standard backing (cotton velvet) or luxury backing (cashmere) Please allow 3 weeks for Cashmere Backing.
- Custom sizes available upon request (Please allow 2-3 Weeks for Custom Sizes)
- 100% genuine and unique
- Our authentic fur is soft and glossy
- Matching pillows sold separately
- Made in the USA
The amount of wear the blanket/pelt can take.
The higher the softness scale, the more flowy and silky it is. Course fur is undesirable, but guard hair can be more course than the under fur.
The concentration of underfur per square inch. High density is typically a warmer blanket.
The pureness of the color, some animals have less dominant coloring which can yellow or have an undesirable tint. Higher clarity will demonstrate a richer and more luxurious fur.
Weight is not desirable or undersirable. It has to do with the density of the fur, the underfur and the thickness of the pelt’s skin. Some buyers like light blankets, others like heavy.
Highly sustainable. Wild fur is one of the most sustainable commodities in the world. Animals are important to the environment, however too many throw off the balance in their ecosystem. Since the beginning of the 20th century and the advent of modern science-based wildlife management, man has been nurturing the balance and is keeping these animals in harmony with their environment, while not depleting the stock. Faux fur, or fake fur is made from acrylic and polyester which are plastics, and a derivative of oil, that create toxins when being manufactured. Real fur is always the most sustainable route.