In this seire article we share with you the most used types of shoe leather around the world
Extremely expensive, crocodile leather has already experienced moments of greater popularity, but now ecological awareness has led brands to opt for synthetic imitations of this skin.
Only the belly part of captive-bred young crocodiles can be used – the rest is very hard and thick.
It is the bovine leather that takes vegetable matter (oils and tree bark) at the time of tanning, gaining a clear and natural tone, very beautiful, in addition to a rigid consistency. This light tone will darken over time and gain a nicer patina.
Of course you can also check out another related article: