How to keep warm and protect against moisture?

From prehistoric times, people dressed in fur and animal skins to protect themselves from the cold. And now in the Arctic, Eskimos often wear national costumes of fur, seals and skins of Caribbean deer. Sami in the north of Finland also sew clothes from deer skins. In cold places, clothing from woolen fabrics and felt are worn everywhere. Wool - a great warm material, because the fats contained in it, can repel moisture.

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