A technological breakthrough, abandoning the use of chrome.
The use of vegetal tannins (quebrache, mimosa and chestnut).
Unequalled resistance of the leather in extreme, full-on conditions.
Embellishment of the leather as it develops a patina over time.
Twice as resistant to UV rays as chrome-tanned leather.
An innovative formula providing flexibility and maneuverability.
A new, more natural appeal.
Leather-working and assemblage at the service of the rider’s comfort.
Non-allergenic: total harmless for the horse and rider.
Vegetal leathers are usually firm and hard, and mainly used for the flaps of a saddle, while chrome-tanned leathers tend to be flexible and elastic, and are used for the seat and pads. Chrome is a heavy metal, harmful for the environment, and takes decades to break down. It can also provoke allergies.