The fur coat is a popular accessory among some American men, but it’s not a necessity.
It’s often worn by people who have the ability to get away with a coat, such as professional athletes and people who want to blend in with the rest of the population, a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found.
Men are more likely to wear a fur coat than women, researchers found.
In the study, published last week, researchers from the University of Alabama, Alabama State University, and the University at Buffalo looked at how people felt about fur coats among a nationally representative sample of American men.
They also looked at fur coats worn by a more than 300,000 American women.
“Men are significantly more likely than women to wear fur coats, and women are significantly less likely than men to wear them,” said Dr. William H. Gans, the study’s lead author and a researcher at the University’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
When people are asked why they don’t wear fur, they tend to cite safety reasons, according to the study.
They are also more likely not to wear one because it’s too heavy, the researchers said.
The study was a random sample of about 7,000 men and women from across the country.
They completed the survey online and received feedback from two researchers who participated in the research.
They then used machine learning to track how people responded to questions about fur and the reasons they don�t.
Researchers also looked for correlations between the response they got on the survey and the number of answers they got.
For example, people who reported wearing a fur jacket to a social gathering were more likely when asked why it was not necessary to wear that fur coat.
While the fur coat has become popular with some American women, it is still not a staple among men.
Researchers said it’s unclear whether the popularity of the fur has anything to do with the men wearing it.
Gans said it could be that fur coats have become more popular in men because they are perceived as being more casual.
It could also be that men have more control over how they dress, Gans said.
The fur coat was popular with men in the United States from the late 1800s through the early 20th century.
In recent years, the popularity has dropped dramatically, according in part to changes in the industry and the general perception that people of color, immigrants, and people with disabilities are not as well-endowed as men.
Hair, however, is still popular.
A study published last month found that men were more than twice as likely as women to buy hair extensions and that men are the most likely to use the product.
But the researchers noted that fur can be difficult to care for and that it’s worth looking into the possibility that women are more comfortable wearing fur.