The Far North is a harsh climate, but even in such conditions people live and dress beautifully. The clothing of the peoples of the North has its own characteristics, decorations and style. First of all, it should be comfortable, warm and cosy.
Men's deaf clothing with a hood made of deerskin with fur inside is called a malitsa. It has sewn mittens. A shirt made of cloth is worn over it, this shirt protects the malitsa from dirt and dampness. A woman's fur coat ("yagushka" in Russian) has a slit in the front. It is sewn from two layers of deer fur (one pile inside, the other pile outside). Embroidered ribbons and drawstring straps are sewn to the sides. Young children are sewn two-layer fur clothes with a hood, the cut resembles a malitsa. Children's pants are made immediately together with shoes. They decorate clothes with embroidery and, of course, the North cannot be imagined without beads.