Suba coats are traditional garments worn by Hungarian shepherds.
The suba coat is made of racka sheepskins. Racka (pronounced Rass Ka) sheepskins come from a special breed of Hungarian sheep. Racka sheep look like angora goat with unusual spiral-shaped horns. They look like angora goats but their wool is more sheep-like and is softer and denser. They have a lovely, wild look to them.
Racka sheep are not an endangered species and are not subject to USFWS and CITES controls.