Salmon leather is made from the finest fish skins from the non-endangered wild salmon species, native to the Atlantic Ocean. The Salmon leather is both extremely durable and supple, and due to the highly skilled tanning process it is totally odourless! The skins are an Eco-friendly by-product from the food processing factories. Rather than letting the discarded fish skins go to waste they are recycled and transformed into these unique exotic leathers in the most vibrant array of colours.
Confirmation of content: The fish leather used is from Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar). The species utilized for fish tanning is not an endangered species and is not included in the Washington Convention, nor on the CITES list (Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species).
Piñatex is a Vegan alternative to leather. It is a natural material, made from pineapple leaf fibres gathered by partner farming cooperatives in the Philippines. Piñatex fibres are the by product of the pineapple harvest and therefore no extra land, water or fertilizers are required to produce the material.
Piñatex is a PETA approved Vegan product as there are no animal by-products used in any stage of the production. It is plant based and sustainable.
- Pineapple Leaf Fibres & Foil Coating
- 80% PALF (Pineapple Leaf Fibre)
- 20% PLA (Polylactic Acid)