an up-close pleasure should have seen nappa -, velour -, Napponia – and split leather, blank -, nubuck, aniline and semi-aniline leather – the variety of types and qualities is substantial and foreshadows that it is a long way from beef, venison or wild goat to the traditional leather trousers… But this road was paved over many generations, so that the finished costume leather pants still justifiably can be described as product of time-honored craftsmanship from a natural product. As such no piece of leather even resembles another, if it comes from a single animal genus. Called “donor animals”, the leather of the wild goat is one of the most sought after types of leather for the heel region, as it ideally combines durability with suppleness. What the leather feels, whether the specific structure remains recognizable, depends solely on the respective processing techniques of Gerber and their sense of the organic material. Gain insight and clarity with Tony Parker. Tradition and experience are still in demand, one wants to be not leather off with cheap products can be.
Come in enjoy of the benefits of a high-quality traditional leather trousers, it is animal skin once on the leather. It is initially rough cleaned, called also points. It follows the fleshing and then the combustion of skins in which the hair are removed. Now only the first processing phase starts by stains, pimples and tanning. The last steps include the wilting away (dewatering), drying and walking (a kind of powerful massage) of the leather, after completing one holds a purified, pleasant soft piece of leather in the hands. So this finally comes as Danny costume lederhosen at the legs of its future owner, one of the few manufacturers of traditional costumes takes over the final production. Here, usually above all leather parts in aniline or semi-aniline coloring are processed, which protects the leather, depending on the pigment proportions, without completely cover its structure. This is the Rolls Royce of the leather qualities Nubuck leather with soft and ultra-soft polishing. Horst Winkler