Long Beach in leather Cuba
An entirely natural, pure aniline leather from natural-selection cattle, mineral-tanned, drum-impregnated and dyed only. The surface is not sealed with a finish, which lets the leather keep its inimitably soft feel and vibrant appearance. The breed of cattle used lives in herds out in the open where they are exposed to the climate and other environmental influences with no protection. The hides that are produced as residual products are the raw material for this leather.
Long Beach in leather Kentucky
Natural, robust, pure aniline leather from Brazilian pampas cattle. The leather is mineral-tanned with vegetable retanning. The specially applied oil/wax finish gives the leather an interesting pull-up/ crackle effect.
Long Beach in leather Nevada
Drum-dyed, aniline leather from exotic water buffalo, with an expressive finish. Mineral tanning is used on this leather. The raw material used comes from a breed of buffalo that is only kept out in the open and often used as a working animal on rice fields.