This trait is characterized by a wide area of raised scales lining the edge of the dorsum that usually starts at the neck and extends down to the tail. In some cases the scales start all the way up at the head crest and can even extend into the tail. It is a physical trait and does not seem to be affected by many traits except pinstripe. 
No history yet
The head is unaffected by this trait.
A pinstripe crested gecko has a uniform line of raised scales around the edge, whereas furry crested geckos will have similarly raised scales but in a more sporadic arrangement. The crest tips are noticeably different, usually thicker and longer than that of a crested gecko without the furry trait. 
The belly is unaffected by this trait.
The tail is unaffected by this trait.
No known proven lines
No known related traits
The furry trait begins to follow the pinstripe and direct it horizontally with the pins