The aprons, which some (as Rashi, for instance) take to denote
furs, the Targum of Jonathan says were made "from the skin of
the serpent." The wardrobe of Adam afterward came into the
possession of Esau and Jacob (see Targ. Yon. in Toledoth, and p.
199, No. 161, _ante_).
All the presents which our father Jacob gave to Esau will one day be
returned by the nations of the world to the Messiah, and the proof of
this is (Ps. lxxii. 10), "The kings of Tarshish and the isles shall
return presents." It is not written here, "They shall bring," but they
shall restore or return.
THE MIDRASHIM, _Midrash Rabbah Vayishlach_, chap. 78.