Properly made and sourced leather is a truly sustainable material. Hides and skins are mostly a by-product that is dependent on the meat and dairy industry. Transformation into leather is the best use for those hides. The leather industry is creating a product that is both natural and long lasting – leather is unique in its ability to combine beauty, comfort and practicality.

Given the extensive range of raw materials with different properties, and the many processes developed over time leather making is highly versatile and leather manufacturers can produce qualities with widely varied properties and looks.

Beauty: leather can look and feel rich and luxurious. It can be created in a wide range of finishes and colours, and to achieve a balance between form and function. Many leather products become more beautiful and interesting with age; in fact, oftentimes the more you use a product, the more it acquires a unique character all its own.

Comfort: leather is comfortable because it can absorb perspiration – those with a natural finish can also help regulate temperature through breathability. Its fibrous construction has memory and shapes to your own use over time, be it a jacket, footwear, bag or wallet tucked into a pocket. And a range of textures is achievable, from soft and supple to firm and rugged. For example with gloves, in order to create a perfectly tight fit tanners adapt leather’s stretch characteristics.

Practicality: leather offers protection from wind and cold, and can be made resistant to rain and snow. It is durable, and can usually be easily cleaned. Quality leather is most often made into products that are timeless, fashionable classics that will last a long time.


We believe that leather is a unique and beautiful product.

It is important that the name ‘’leather’’ is protected and the government of Italy is the first to do so. We hope other countries will follow in the future. Check for an example the following link;

Everyone should be aware that it is a beautiful industry, and that the whole industry takes responsibility for their actions. The leather value chain is a perfect example for the famous 3 R’s of the waste hierarchy: Reduce – Reuse – Recycle.

This is what will happen if we stop using authentic and high grade leather;

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