Most people who buy split leather are producing farrier aprons; however, this soft, durable and consistent hide is also great for making aprons for steel workers and saw mill workers. They are also sometimes referred to as mule hides in the Western industry. We have used this split leather in our facility for years to make our farrier aprons and have found them to be the best available.
- These soft, durable and consistent splits are perfect for making a variety of work aprons
- We've used these in our shop for years and find them to be the best available
- Consistent in weight
- Great for products that must withstand heavy-duty use
Chrome tanning yields consistent color and grade and offers excellent value. Chrome tanning takes about one to three days as opposed to the one-to-three-month veg tanning process, making it an economical choice for leathercrafters.
|Average square feet||18-25 for double bends; 11-14 for single bends|
|Approximate width||55"-60" for double bends; 28"-30" for single bends|
|Grade||Tannery Run (TR)|
|Available cut||Double bends; single bends|
|Priced||Per double bend based on average square feet|
Ideal for sawmill, farrier and steelworker aprons