We sourced a hide of this Oxblood bovine leather from the famous Horween tannery in the USA and sent it to Germany to be made into straps.
Russian Hatch is different from other vegetable tanned leathers: this technique, which was practised in Russia for generations before the 1918 revolution, involves the addition of a layer of birch oil to the rear of the leather to act as a preservative.
A quality, long lasting cow leather normally found in high-end shoemaking.
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