Well-made leather is sustainable: total Brundtland

The Redwood Column
Published:  11 November, 2014
Mike Redwood

Our fundamental battle is to prove leather to be value for money against competitive materials. It is not the moment to see the competition only as other tanners, although in a narrow sense that might be true. We live in a competitive world and one leather offering will always be compared with others so the buyer can be sure they are getting a fair deal. Yet it is vital that we keep in mind the war going on with competitive materials. 

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