The organization's Lisa Lange told Digital Spy: "This caveman couture look is a new low for Justin Bieber."
Lange continued: "Coyotes and other animals trapped for ridiculous coats like this one panic and gnaw at their limbs until a trapper arrives to shoot or beat them to death, often orphaning their helpless babies. It's always astounding to see someone with such great fortune and fame show no mercy for animals who simply want to be left alone to live with their families."
It's not the first time PETA has stepped in to criticize the Biebs' relationship to abused animals. They called him out when he posed for photos with a tiger that his father had brought to a private party in Toronto last year.
The fur coat isn't Bieber's only fashion statement to cause controversy in 2016. Earlier this year, the pop star re-Purpose-d Marilyn Manson and Metallica T-shirts for his own tour merch.
Find reactions to the fur coat from PETA and the rest of the Internet below.
Bieber seems incapable of seeing how his buying habits cause needless suffering to animals like baby tigers, baby monkeys, & wild coyotes.— PETA (@peta) December 20, 2016
Animal groups are tired of cleaning up after him, from abandoned baby monkey in Germany (now rescued) to abusive zoo in Canada (now closed).— PETA (@peta) December 20, 2016
It's astounding to see someone with such great fortune & fame show no mercy for animals who want to be left alone with their families.— PETA (@peta) December 20, 2016
Animals used for fur coats like Justin Beiber's die in horrible ways. They deserve better. RT if you'll NEVER buy or wear fur!— PETA (@peta) December 20, 2016
just when 2016 couldn't get worse. pic.twitter.com/0lO4K8vzji— nychristmasman (@NYDoorman) December 20, 2016