Types of Our Leathers
We use American full grain leather that is the outermost layer of animal hide that has all the characters and is the most durable leather. We offer various colors and types of leathers as detailed below.
English Bridle Leather
Labor-intensive and incredibly appealing, English Bridle is a traditional leather with a variety of uses, from classic equestrian gear to high-end leather goods. Drum dyed and hot stuffed, English Bridle is smooth, flexible yet durable.
Using an exclusive blend of waxes, oils and tallows, we hot stuff these leathers to bring out their inherent beauty. Through a traditional process called jack glazing, oils are brought to the surface to create a glossy finish that never mask the leather’s natural grain.
Weather Resistant Leather
Strong, pliable and fully conditioned, Oiled Latigo is hot dipped in a special mix of oils, waxes and tallows. Reinforced to withstand the elements, the lighter colors have a rich pull-up and display strong character.
Hand Dyed Leather
Natural leather is unfinished leather right out of tanning process. It has not been drum-dyed or finished. Since natural leather is not finished, it patinas beautifully over time.
We also use natural leather and hand dye three colors. These colors are dyed by hand and not drum-dyed, hence dyes are not penetrated into the leather fibers and hence might come off after some use.
Chrome-Tanned Chromexcel Leather