Here is a list of the original hides, leather types, and finishing methods that our company provides.
- Has a fuller fiber texture than sheepskin, and is strong and a bit tough. Has a characteristic bumpiness, and is very resistant to wear. Kid skin in particular is used for high quality insoles and gloves, etc.
- The structure varies greatly across different parts of the hide, and it is difficult to get a consistent softness. Has a distinctive pore pattern on the surface.
- Horse hide
- The reticular layer of the rump hide is delicate. Can be made into a hard, glossy leather called cordovan. Used for school backpacks and belts, etc.
- Known for its lightness and extreme softness.
*We do not handle skins of reptiles such as crocodile, lizard, or snake, nor ostriches or kangaroo.