PRLog - March 9, 2012 - SECAUCUS, N.J. -- The fiber content of Royce Bonded Leather is 100% recycled cowhide fibers. The fibers are naturally bonded together by latex, a renewable resource derived from Hevea trees without creating harm to the trees.
The leather fibers that comprise the Royce Bonded Leather products stem from the tannery process when cowhides are shaved on the suede side to their required thickness. The cowhide fibers, or “shavings”
Approximately 80% of the total content of Royce Bonded Leather is genuine cowhide leather fiber, while the remaining 20% is composed of non-leather substances, primarily the natural latex and tanning oils, vegetable tannins, dyes, and leather finishes.
The result: a striking leather product featuring rich coloring, grain detail and the distinguished aroma of fine leather.
We thank our customers and end consumers who use Royce Bonded Leather for sharing our firm commitment to making a positive impact on the environment.
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About Royce® Leather
Since 1974, with the advent of its bestselling top grain Nappa cowhide passport case, Royce Leather has grown to a prominent position in the luxury travel goods market. Keeping in mind the vision of its originator Eugene Bauer who brought Austrian aesthetics to the American luggage and leather market in 1944, Royce Leather is the proud producer of timeless elegance.