Eco Leathers: A marriage between two agricultural by-products. ECO-Leathers are tanned using extracted tannin from fallen Mediterranean olive leaves that, when not removed, prevents the leaves from composting. This is problematic since the primary method used to discard the leaves is by burning them - creating a considerable (and avoidable) amount of greenhouse gases. By removing the tannin and using it to tan ECO-Leathers the leaves become compostable, returning to the ground as fertilizer and the leather is left bio-degradable.
Gaucho: A soft and elegant heavyweight leather with a natural drum grain.
Waxxy: A soft and elegant heavyweight leather with a natural drum grain and a beeswax finish.
Galicia: A gently distressed version of the Waxxy.
Average Hide Size: 55 sft
Average Thickness: 1.1 - 1.3 mm
Testing: On request
Features: The most environmentally friendly leather