- Hard-to-find 7-8 oz. chrome tanned leather
- Pebble grain finish in colors that are consistent every time
- Nice and flexible, but with more body than most chrome tanned leather
- May have some brands
Slightly heavier at 7-8 oz. than most chrome tanned leathers, this side has just the right balance of body and flexibility. It has the makings of a dependable apron that will be a staple at family cookouts or a motorcycle bag that will endure miles and miles on the open road. Embossed with a pebble grain finish, this leather adds texture while lending a touch of casual style to a myriad of projects.
The time involved and expense of veg tanned leathers led to the development of chrome tanning in the mid-1800s. Chrome tanning takes about a day in contrast to the one to three-month veg tanning process, making it a more economical choice. Today, about 80-90% of the world’s leather supply is chrome tanned and it is heralded for its stain and water resistance as well as its consistency in color.
|Average square feet||: 20-23|
|Approximate width||: 30"-36"|
|Approximate length||: 85"-100"|
|Gauged||: Evenly throughout|
|Content||: Imported cowhide|
|Available cut||: Side|
|Priced||: Per side based on Average square feet|
Ideal for motorcycle bags, chaps, farrier aprons, sawmill aprons, grilling aprons