Origin of Leather

Leather
 
The processed leather comes exclusively from leading tanneries / dyeing. Also, the chrome tanning takes place only with non-toxic trivalent chromium compounds.
 
The strict German regulations for handling environmentally harmful or hazardous substances, especially pentachlorophenol (PCP) are strictly adhered to during the processing of rawhide. (The European Commission for Pakistani and Turkish leather garments permitted limit for the dioxin-containing PCP is 200 times higher.) All of our leather garments are free of toxic azo dyes.
 
We guarantee absolute skin compatibility of our products! We recommend the purchase of leather garments will have to focus on the origin, composition and processing of the goods!
 

Leather types and their properties

 

Genuine oil tanned deer skin

A real suede with slightly roughened outside. It is tear-resistant, elastic and has excellent wear properties - a particularly valuable and durable leather.
 

Original Heller Lavara

On the smooth side subtly polished leather. It is particularly good because of its carrying capacity and maintainability ideal for costumes and sportswear. It is also the ideal quality leather clothing for hunting. It is fully washable at 30 degrees C and obtained by drying the scratch off back to its original softness.
 
The special tanning process provides an extremely skin-friendly leather. Lavara therefore meets the required standards for orthopedic even leather.
 

Wildbuck

A "bodied"-soft leather with very pleasant to wear. On the inside it is smooth, velvety suede-like exterior. It is tear resistant, lightweight and durable and is preferred for costumes .-, leisure, sports and hunting clothing .-.
 

Full cowhide Nappa

The uniform growth of fine cowhide leather gives a fine, smooth suface and a slightly "fluffy" inside. The handle is solid and compact. It is very tough, durable and true to form.
 

Split cowhide suede calf

In several layers of split cowhide. The lower layer in the surface is velvety and has a firm feel.