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It all comes down to how the animal lived their life. Animals live outside, where they face all sorts of natural conditions. Get bitten by bugs, fight other animals often, scratch their backs against wood or roll around on the grounds.
When hair is removed to make leather, the scars pop up showing how easy or hard of a life they had. And leaves us with three choices.
Our Primary goal is to provide you with leather that has a Raw Natural Feel with a rough texture. These types of leathers develop a natural patina with use, changes its shape and color with time. The more it ages the more beautiful it becomes.
We stick with Top Grain and Full Grain Leathers only.
The colors range from matte to shiny finishes but have the same feel and texture. We love to keep bringing out new shades and textures of leather so that you don’t ever run out of options.
We use a multitude of types. Since every product demands a different type of leather.
You can find a lot of products with perfect and fine finished leather. Namely Aniline, Semi-Aniline, Genuine Leather. These leathers have been shaved and split, then colored to look uniform and plain.
The types of leather we use have natural marks and scars (not to the point that the product is damaged). In simple terms, these leathers have not been shaved and have been tanned with those natural marks. All top grain and full grain leather hides have this same characteristic.
The leathers we use literally Age with use. The aging comes with forming a patina. Leather Patina is something developed through everyday use. The accumulation of dirt, body oils, sunlight and wear and tear create a darkening and soft sheen to leather goods. Over time the leather will oxidize and age naturally to give these effects. For us, that’s the real beauty of it.
Courtesy of a very dear customer.