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What is "Loden" - Definition & Explanation

Loden is water-resistant material for clothing made from sheep wool.
A thick heavy waterproof woollen cloth which is used to make garments, especially coats.
Greasy wool used in heavy coatings. Fabric has natural water repellancy.
Loden a variable color averaging a dull grayish green. A thick woolen cloth used for outer clothing.

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