Our leathers are the by-product of massive human meat consumption and sourced ethically which otherwise would go to waste and harm the environment. Since it comes from living beings, proper handling is ensured.
No, it is not.
While a few vegan-leathers are cork- or kelp-based, the vast majority of faux leather has been around for ages, and is made of materials like polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and textile-polymer composite microfibres.
In other words, generally speaking, ‘vegan leather’ reeks, literally and figuratively, of petroleum and/or chemicals.
Many eco-warriors find vegan leather production even worse than leather production. For example, the manufacture and incineration of PVC-based synthetics produce one of the most toxic chemicals known to man: dioxins. Dioxins promote developmental disturbances and increase cancer risks tenfold.
Location: Designed in the USA; tanned and finished in Bangladesh.
Hide Origin: From the top part of the animal, which gives the best natural features.
Thickness: 5-6 oz.
Tanning/Grain: Vegetable tanned/ Dyed-through to core/ Full-grain
Smell: Has a pleasant natural smell as all real leather should.
The result of our process is natural and explicit leather. The top part of the hide has the distinct characteristics of prominent wrinkles that give beautiful patina; it also has a soft and elegant touch to hand.
Primarily, we use vegetable tanning method for most of our products. We keep it as natural as possible without disturbing the balance of our environment.