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We only use leather suppliers that follow strict quality and environmental standards, being members of both the Leather working group and the Genuine Italian Vegetable-Tanned Leather Consortium.
The leather working group was the product of a group of well-known brands (Adidas, Clarks, Ikea, Nike, Marks & Spencer, New Balance, and Timberland) and other leading leather manufacturers that together wanted a regulatory body which focused on sustainability within the leather industry.
The result was the founding of LWG or the leather working group which today is the number one globally recognised brand representing responsible leather sourcing to the industry
LWG supplies an audit protocol for its members with multiple certification standards. The original audit protocol was developed by brands and leather manufacturers, with input from NGO’s such as WWF and Greenpeace and is currently in its seventh iteration. The audits are run at least every three years.
The greater the effort that a leather manufacturer takes to reduce environmental impacts whether by reducing usage of environmental resources such as water or energy, or by reducing the level of emissions to the environment, the higher the score on the Environmental Audit Protocol.
All our suppliers are at a minimum certified by the leather working group. Or main supplier is both silver rated by the LWG and a founding member of the exclusive Genuine Italian Vegetable-Tanned Leather Consortium.
This is why we can confidently say that our brand and our suppliers have a sustainable supply chain.
Read more about The Genuine Italian Vegetable-Tanned Leather Consortium
Read more about Vegetable tanned leather.