South American wild pigs yield leather of exceptional quality. Their unique skin texture allows for outstanding product quality characteristics - such as  extreme softness, elasticity, durability and a cotton like touch.

Peccary skins are collected individually, conserved dry and ultimately reach the tanneries through a sheer endless chain of traders from the rain forest. Regular counts of the skins are conducted to prevent excessive removal of existing wildlife. Therefore, the trade of these hides is strictly controlled. Guidelines by the CITES authorities in Genva ensure the continued and healthy existence of this species in future.

Based on its unique qualities, described above the original Peccary-Leather is primarily used for high quality hand sewn gloves, light shoes, exclusive petite leather goods or extravagant garment. And thanks to the enormous durability of this leather, articles become a lifetime purchase.