Wes, that's an ultra rare, baby yeti coat. They were released with no tags because the feds can trace it back to its source, which would surely have been very bad for the yeti poachers. You can tell it's a baby yeti by the salt and pepper coloring in there. As they mature, the dark hairs shed in favor of the more concealing all-white fibers.
...and you can tell it's a baby yeti because as the yeti matures, its hair darkens into dark brown before going gray.
Here's a pic from a monastery in the Solu Khumbu Region of Nepal... I didn't take this shot, but I have seen this in person.