Tango Is Leather With An Italian Touch
Green Hides Leather Studio describes Tango leather from the Verde Valley region of Italy, as “a modern classic” from the finest, hand-selected European hides. The Greensboro, N.C.-based purveyor of fine leather is introducing its new Tango line here (Booth No. 4150) as a full-grain, aniline through-dyed product with hand-applied two-tone tipped grain effect with “a luxuriously soft touch.”
The company also notes that the leather is produced using environmentally friendly techniques with vegetable agents, natural fat liquors and oils, along with dyes that guarantee the leather is properly through-dyed. It complies with EU directives covering the use and presence of PCP, Chromo (VI) and Azo dyestuffs. Water-based finishes are applied to provide an even coloration and leather protection.
Green Hides stocks more than 400 leathers at its facilities, including 28 colors of EcoLife, what it says is “the leading chromium-free leather.”