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Inuit Clothing

They wore:  

parkas (made of deerskin) 

inner layer (made of furs with good inslation) 

outer layer made of deerskins 

pants (made of bearskins)

Long ago the Inuit made their clothing out of the skins and furs of the animals they hunted for food. Today they can buy warm clothes made of other materials, but some continue to make sealskin boots, bearskin pants and reindeerskin coats. 

ByKaleigh 

 

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