ISO 9001:2008 och 14001:2004
Tanneries and leather quality
A significant part of our gloves are made of leather, from thick and warm moose skin to thin and delicate leather from Ethiopian hair sheep so-called Cabretta. Working with leather is a craft and we believe that long and lasting relationships with our tanneries are the key to achieving and maintaining leather gloves of the highest quality.
We mainly use two types of leather. One type is Ethiopian hair sheep from the region around Amhara, Bahir Dar which is located near the Blue Nile. The hair sheep are kept there for food and the skins are collected and tanned by BAHIRDAR Tannery PLC. Which we worked with for about. 15 years. The other type of leather we use comes from game such as deer. These leathers originated in Poland and are provided by local operators near our factory.
Our suppliers comply with REACH, the provisions for chemical substances, chemical products and articles according to EU-regulations Reach (EC No 1907/2006) and CLP (EC No 1272/2008).
Wool is a fantastic material from nature with unbeatable properties when it comes to keeping your hands pleasantly warm. The wool we use comes from suppliers with elaborate systems to ensure that only mulesing-free wool is used in our products. The system is tested quarterly by Deloitte & Touche GmbH Economy Auditing Society, Munich/Germany.