Why Leather

Leather has been in use by the mankind for making shoes and other objects of general use since times immemorial. Leather is bestowed with special qualities that make it stand apart from a large number of fabrics and synthetic materials. Craftsmanship and expertise is as important in making leather products as the quality of the selected hide, its process control and treatment.

Leather a wise choice over other material

Though leather involves more investment initially but it lasts twice as long as other fabrics and synthetic leather. It gives quality service like no other material. Leather shoes have high durability. It gives quality service like no other material. Leather shoes have high durability.

Leather breathes

Being a natural material, leather has ‘organic’ properties. It can breathe and prevent sweaty and smelly feat. The parameters for measuring the breathing property are water vapour permeability (WVP), water vapour absorption (WVA) and water vapour coefficient (WVC). Breathability also prevents its ageing and foul smell.

Soft and Supple

Leather is a natural material that is soft, supple and flexible. It is the only material that gives the necessary comfort to the foot by flexing as per foot’s requirements. supple and flexible.

Aesthetics

Leather has rich and varying textures giving it an aesthetic and pleasing appeal. It can accept nourishment to maintain its shine and elongate its life.

anti - allergic

Leather, when properly treated, by itself is anti-allergic and the chances of getting allergies, irritations and skin ailments are more from the synthetic shoes. So a customer can be surer of good foot health with leather than other material.

Thermoregulation

Leather micro-pores trap a large amount of air and provide excellent insulation – leather can be warm in winter and cool in summer.

Eco-sustainability

Contrary to popular belief, leather industry doesn’t slaughter animals. It uses the skins and hides that are a by-product of the meat industry. If not used, it would putrefy leading to atmospheric pollution, and could contribute to spread of animal and human diseases besides emanating foul smell. Therefore, leather is an eco-sustainable material that doesn’t put pressure on the natural

NOTE: «The hallmark of genuine leather is its natural marks and imperfections, like wrinkles or folds – nature’s signature that enhances the beauty and uniqueness of leather. Any imperfection in leather is not a defect but rather evidence of its genuinity Unlike synthetic faux leather that is all chemicals and non-biodegradable, Genuine Leather, being a natural product, is body friendly and has minimal chemicals, which, if there, are as per European laws.»

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