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Leather measurements

Full hide
Around 41-45 square feet.
Goat and lamb skin
Around 6-7 square feet.
Half hide
Around 19-21 square feet.
Around 16-18 square feet.
Full hide
Around 41-45 square feet.
Goat and lamb skin
Around 6-7 square feet.
Half hide
Around 19-21 square feet.
Around 16-18 square feet.

100% Natural

One of the distinguishing features of premium level hides is the marks. It’s important to remember that leather is a natural product, so any small marks or scratches are completely normal and have no effect whatsoever on their performance.


Agile Acceleration

Long lasting
Good leather ages well and lasts. Well made leather lasts a long time and unlike most man-made, or synthetic materials it gets better with age.

Reduces waste
Modern leather manufacturing recycles around 270 million cowhides a year, around 7.3 million tonnes, that might otherwise go to waste and landfill sites, posing a huge environmental and biological problem. Modern leather manufacturing is safe, compliant and very regulated.

It is recyclable and biodegradable
Recycled and biodegradable material Leather is perhaps one of the oldest forms of recycling. By recycling a by-product of the food industry, leather manufacturers are able create a diverse range of items. At the very end of its life leather will biodegrade, depending on type in between 10 & 50 years.

Go Further

The skills of the leather makers take the same basic raw material and turn it into a many different ‘fabrics’ with different qualities and benefits.

Leather has a ‘breathability’ that more easily allows body temperature to be regulated, it will naturally absorb and hold moisture away from the skin until it can evaporate to the outside.

Leather has a natural beauty that, unlike many materials, improves with age. 

It has a distinctive touch and wear quality that cannot be replicated.

Full grain

Leather which has not been altered beyond hair removal. It is the most genuine of leathers, retaining all of the hide’s original texture and markings. The hide’s best, strongest and most durable layer.

Corrected grain

Leather that has been lightly buffed or skived to remove grain defects.


the distinctive pore pattern which gives leather its texture.


Leather that has been tanned, dyed and dried, but not finished.


thickness of leather, measured in millimeters. Natural grain: when the skin is in its original state or has been embossed with a natural grain.


The surface appearance of a leather.

Chrome tan

This is the most popular method for tanning leather. Treatment is with a mix of minerals, salts and chemicals. Chrome-tanned leathers offer a wide variety of colors, including very bright ones.


Pigment is used to cover the entire surface of the hide, causing the total elimination of stains and uniformity of color. Pigmented leather is the most durable of all, ideal for upholstery since it has great wear resistance.

Pull up

Leather which absorbs creasing and stretching to give a vintage look.

Natural marks

Scratches, insect bites, holes in the central crease, scar, cattle brands and wrinkles are some of the most common natural marks.

Veg tan

Vegetable-tanned leather is treated solely with organic materials, such as tree bark, branches or plants. It is the oldest method of tanning leather and creates unique varieties of tones that change over time. Vegetable-tanned leathers achieve greater richness when exposed to elements such as air and wind.

Aniline leather

The process starts with soaking the hide in a transparent dye, which causes it to be completely saturated. No corrective finishing is done to the hide’s surface. Aniline finishing allows the natural look of the leather to be visible through the color, and occasionally variations in tone can be perceived. Since there is no corrective finishing, aniline leathers show some blemishes, but are usually the most distinctive in look and feel.

Semi aniline leather

The hide is soaked in dye, saturating the leather. As opposed to the aniline process, in this a protective finish is added to the leather’s surface, which means a reduction in stains. This method allows the natural characteristics of the hide to be visible and imparts durability to the leather.

+ Vegan Leather’ does not exist according to the real definition of leather, and any material that is not of animal origin can be referred to as vegan. It is important to note that ‘vegan’ does not necessarily mean ‘natural’ and there is no relationship with the environmental impact of the product and whether or not it is biodegradable or can be recycled unless it is specifically stated.
+ ‘Vegan leather’ is usually either artificial or synthetic, or one of a new variety of alternative materials.