There's nothing that moves us more than bringing leather back to life by giving it a second chance. Hides and skins are mostly a by-product resulting from the meat and dairy industry and transformation into leather is the best use for them. 

When we talk about leather, we talk about longevity, resistance, flexibility, and a material that becomes more beautiful and comfortable with age as it conforms to the wearer use. All these properties have allowed it to be used in countless areas, from clothing to construction.

Properly made and sourced leather is a truly sustainable natural material and at Carbone Bags we make sure that the leathers we work comply with the European REACH regulation that certifies that the skins have not been treated with restricted substances and are controlled under the LWC (Leather Working Group) protocol, which is in charge of evaluating the environmental compliance and performance of tanneries.