There are more than 90 species of Antelope from Africa, Asia, and America combined.
The skin of Antelope is soft, supple, and pliable however the hair feels flat and stiff. Coloration varies from light brown to gray with white, dark brown or near black markings. Antelope is used to make coats, jackets, vests, belts, bags, and other garment related accessories. It’s not a durable fur as the fur rubs off easily when forced in the wrong direction but leather edging, trim, piping, prongs and/or metal feet are often added to areas that may come in contact with surfaces, and it’s a more affordable fur that may be a better choice for casual wear.
Written by furwise.com