The 10 Most Expensive Fursuits in the World

The 10 Most Expensive Fursuits in the World

Fursuits are cosplay costumes, often in the form of animals (or fantasy creatures), primarily used by orc lovers or actors for entertainment, work, or charity. Fursuits can be divided into various types according to the number of components, ranging from as little as a tail and a pair of ears to a complete set of clothing covering the whole body. Fursuits can be made by yourself, or they can be commissioned from a studio that specializes in animal clothing.

Fursuits can make the wearer play a new character image like cartoon dolls or cosplay, and can not only express themselves but also show a completely different character from their own. However, Fursuits are different from cartoon dolls or cosplay in terms of specific expression and connotation, and the character settings shown are mostly original, so it is a relatively independent art.

Today, I will introduce you to the 10 most expensive fursuits in the world.

Fursuits Name Fursuits Price
Zweitesich $6,000
Borzoi, Lion, Ram $6,000
Aero The Horse $7,100
Lavender Corgi $8,025
Mishka The Silver Fox $10,100
Sniper The Angel Dragon $11,575
Protogen $15,400
Manuel Dawg $17,127
Primal Visions Cheetah $17,500
Roar Dragon $23,500

Zweitesich

Zweitesich

This special fursuit was designed by Albino Topaz on April 19, 2019, and the fursuit has special markings on the surface. This fursuit is one of the most controversial in history because it has no tail. Since it was made, fans have been claiming that it is a faceless product. The design industry faces so many conspiracies. Even after all this, its popularity isn’t low.

Borzoi, Lion, Ram

Borzoi, Lion, Ram

The Borzoi, Lion, and Ram fursuits have no tails, they are all made by the same leather manufacturer Zweitesich, whose famous logo is etched on the faces of these fursuits. As soon as the Borzoi, Lion, and Ram fursuits came out, they attracted a lot of criticism. Whether it was controversy or price, these fursuits attracted everyone’s attention. Because no one wants to walk around with this brand.

Aero The Horse

Aero The Horse

This horse-inspired fursuit is designed by Sky Pro Costume, whose fursuits are hugely popular with customers. The company is also known for making phones. In 2020, this fursuit sold out for $7,100 and is owned by Deanna Biesemeyer.

Lavender Corgi

Lavender Corgi

The Fursuit was made by Albino Topaz and sold in 2014 for $8,025. This fursuit resembles famous singer Justin Barber with JB Mark printed on the back. This tag is fun for Justin fans.

Mishka The Silver Fox

Mishka The Silver Fox

It’s a fox-inspired fursuit from leather maker Howl Yeah, and it’s about 5’11’ tall. Although it was originally designed for tall people, it is perfect for small and large bodies. The biggest feature of this fursuit is: this fursuit gives people a very cute feeling after wearing it.

Sniper The Angel Dragon

Sniper The Angel Dragon

“Sniper The Angel Dragon” is made by PhoenixWolf Fursuits, creator of the famous phone suit. It’s a dragon-inspired suit. This fursuit stands out for its colorful design.

According to Phoenix, it had an auction in 2016. In the end, the Twilight Sage won the auction. After the auction, a tagline went viral on Twitter at the time — #thegreatphoenixwolfauctionof2015. “Sniper The Angel Dragon” has set a new record for a recognized fursuits auction.

Protogen

Protogen

Protegen is another rather expensive fursuit. It was designed in engineering by Jting F. Its structure is modeled on engineering, made from fur, and designed for fur and cosplayers. Very attractive. But unfortunately, it didn’t sell out.

Manuel Dawg

Manuel Dawg

Manuel Dawg is one of the most popular fursuits in the world, and it’s also quite expensive. Mixed Candy designed it. The fursuit was auctioned and sold at dealerships in 2018, becoming the best-selling fursuit, replacing the most expensive fursuit Sniper in 2016. Its materials and clothing products are unique and attractive. Like other fursuits mixed with candy, it has maintained the same quality as ever.

Primal Visions Cheetah

Primal Visions Cheetah

This is a cheetah-inspired Fursuit designed by Lex Rudd of Primal Vision. The price of this fur is high because it is woven on a loom. The pelts for this hide suit alone are worth $10,000. It’s expensive because it’s not painted or sewn but stretched by the NFL.

Roar Dragon

Roar Dragon

Made of leather, latex, and claws, this fursuit features a 3D individually printed head inspired by circus dragons and made in New Zealand. It is one of the most uniquely crafted fursuits on this list. It is also technologically advanced. These may be some of the reasons this fursuit is so expensive. No.1 on the list of the most expensive fursuits in history.

It takes one to six weeks for a professional to make a fursuit. They did exactly what you asked and gave it the right look. The price depends on what kind of animal costume is to be made, such as whether it is custom-made or based on the character. Prices depend on color, fur use, and weave. It also depends on whether there will be a tail, what will happen to the toes, and what the height will be.

One of the fascinating things about fursuits is their sophisticated design, which is fancy and attractive. The Roaring Dragon is currently the most expensive fursuit on the planet. The Roaring Dragon is known for its beautiful and unique detailing components.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much is a fursuit?

You get what you pay for, and a high-quality fursuit is generally not less than $2,000. Made Fur You, a well-known fursuit studio, has a base price of $4,000 for a full-body animal leg suit, and the price will rise if there are complex patterns and the like. Of course, this has to do with the price and labor costs.

2. How much does it cost to make a fursuit head?

The making of the fursuit toe may vary depending on the quality of the material you choose to obtain. A good fursuit toe can cost around $50 to $100.

3. How much fabric do I need for a fursuit head?

You will need half a yard (1 and a half) to one yard (3 feet) of half-inch thick foam and six yards (6 inches) to thick foam for the muzzle, cheeks, and facial features.