Leather is a natural and highly sustainable material for multiple reasons. It is biodegradable, recyclable, renewable, reusable, and easily repaired. Its use goes back to time immemorial, and it is still used today thanks to its unique properties.

Raw, leftover material from the food industry is used in its manufacture. In no case have animals been sacrificed exclusively for its production. Using material generated by the food industry greatly reduces waste that would otherwise have ended up in landfill or in incinerators.

All our leathers are completely free of chromium and strictly follow the European REACH regulations for the improvement of the protection of human health and the environment.

Understanding REACH (European Chemicals Agency)


At IKIGAILEATHER we are concerned about the health of the planet, and that is why we are committed to eco-responsible manufacturing. We are convinced that the durability of this material, together with all its other wonderful properties, make it a high-quality, sustainable raw material.

For more information on leather sustainability visit:

Leather Sustainability