Leather for belts

Are you one of those who has a leather belt in his closet from he doesn't even know when and it's like the first day? Congratulations, that's because you have a quality leather belt. You will get bored of using it daily and it will remain the same as you bought it in its day.

Here are some examples of leather belts:

HEATER: Also known as cowhide, it comes from bovine, usually veal or calf, it is a leather that stands out for being tanned with a vegetable process without using chemical products.

It is a type of skin that usually occurs in thicknesses of about 3 mm. approximately, with a lot of body and quite rigidity.

It can be dyed in different colors with a smooth surface that is very appropriate for making leather goods such as bags, women's leather boots, belts or wallets and also for travel items such as suitcases or briefcases.

Undoubtedly the leather most used by artisans due to its versatility.

Cowhide Leather for Belts

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FLOWER BEEF : This type of leather is the highest quality, resistant and durable. It is obtained from the outermost layer of the skin and this gives it some very special characteristics:

  • It is very breathable.
  • It is easy to clean.

This skin tells us a unique and different story in each case. Therefore, it may have small imperfections due to injuries, bites or wrinkles that the animal may have had throughout its life.

Cowhide for Belts

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RECORDED: An engraved skin, as its own name indicates, are skins that have been subjected to a heat iron with a mold.

These molds can imitate different animals, textures, drawings, etc... such as crocodile, snake, lizard, alligator, etc...

They can be skins of any origin, but the most common are bovine skins since they better resist the engraving process.

Engraved Leather for Belts

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GREASED: A variant of the flower beef. Its oiled finish gives it a silky touch and in turn protects it from water, it is waterproof.

Another aspect that makes it very attractive is its aged appearance and durability.

It can be said that this skin is alive since the fat moves with use and gives it character as we use it.

Oiled Cowhide for Belts

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HAIR: Generally cow or goat skin with natural hair dyed in different shades or patterns to give it exclusivity and showiness.

They imitate all kinds of exotic or fantasy animals.

Fur for Belts

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SUEDE: It is obtained from the lower layers of the skin, where it is mechanically divided.

Its touch is velvety due to the sanding it receives during its tanning and it is highly appreciated in many sectors due to its resistance, such as gardening, foundries,...

Split Leather for Belts

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NOBUCK: It is obtained from the outermost layer of cattle, and whose main characteristic is an extremely fine sanding that provides a smooth and homogeneous texture.

In this way, a very aesthetic result is achieved, which is used both for footwear and for products of great daily use and wear.

Nubuck Leather for Belts

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Remember that La Tendeta del Cuero is made up of a team of professionals with more than 20 years of experience in the leather sector, so if you have any questions you can ask us through any means of communication that we have available, chat , WhatsApp, email, Telephone…. and we will be happy to help you.