Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit

Skin clothing

Skin clothing is mandatory for Arctic people. The warmest is caribou (or reindeer) fur because its hairs are hollow. This also allows the animal to float much higher at water-crossings.

Figure 1
A Copper Inuit woman wearing traditional skin clothing.

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