Wet Blue

Leather tanned with Chrome compounds.


The thickness of the leather in millimeters measured after all manufacturing processes are completed. Due to its natural structure, different points may vary with different thicknesses.


The process of patterning the surface of the leather with the help of a high-pressure press. The unique patterns or skin patterns of other animals can be copied with the help of this process. For example, our Stingray pattern product.


Thanks to special materials added while processing leather, The effect of transforming its appearance to a lighter tone happen in situations such as pull-up, stitching, stretching. For example, our Pista product

Split Leather

Splitting the leather into one or more layers according to its thickness by splitting from its cross-section in special machines. The skin is acquired from the part under the full grain.


In this system, which is generally applied to split leathers, a film layer is covered on the skin by using special machines. For example, our Luxor product

Foil Coated (Film Coating)

Coating previously prepared foils of different colors and patterns on the leather. For example, our Premium product

Aniline Leather

These are leathers whose surface is processed with some non-covering type dyes. These dyes ensure that natural features remain visible such as skin hair root, scratches, etc. Leathers with relatively few natural faults are selected for this process. For example, our Silk product

Half Hide

Usually the leathers used in shoes or bags are divided into two from the back line when processing.


Leather with velvety top that produced from split leather.


The leather that its hair on the skin is removed to give a velvet-like surface. It has a soft and cottony texture. For this reason, it is very sensitive.


Entire skin of a bovine animal.


Processed animal hide in such a way to be used.

Upholstery Leather

Sofa, chair, etc. The term describing the use of leather as a coating in areas of use