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To provide the ultimate riding apparel, never compromising quality, safety, protection, styling or comfort. Our apparels offer an unrivalled combination of master craftsmanship and tailoring, via computer assisted design and a desire to produce the best selling products.
There are multitude of distinct kinds of leather, while some are known for their strength and toughness, others are known for their softness. Full grain is produced from the top side of the leather - that is the outside of the skin, the surface will be smooth and polishable. Suede is produced from the underside of the skin and has a distinctive nap. The nap can be altered to be very fine, or long-almost hairy in appearance. Pigmented leathers have a light surface spray of color added at the final stage. This produces a uniform appearance, good for more formal shoes or leather goods. Nubuck is produced from full grain leathers. The grain is abraded away to create a light surface nap. This can be adjusted to be very fine, or a longer, softer effect can be produced.


"Top grain" is the definition that is generally used when the grain is not genuine: when the real grain is sanded away and an imitation grain is stamped into the leather. These leathers are the most-desirable, best-looking and most expensive. As compared to other leather types, top grain leathers are stronger, wear better over time, and have a richer color. The natural animal hide markings in the grain is visible and these markings make each piece unique. Nappa leather is a soft, top-grain leather used in many styles today.

The uppermost layer of the hide, top grain leather is the highest quality part of the hide and the mostly preferred for upholstery applications. It is from the top 3/64 of an inch or .9 mm to 1.5 mm of the outer grain of the leather hide. Any veg- tan or chrome tan leather that uses the natural surface of the animals skin after the hair has been removed is top grain leather


Leather with an aniline finish is leather that has been colored with dyestuffs only. i.e. no opaque finish such as pigment has been used. Only the best hides which are relatively free from gross imperfections can be made into aniline finish leather. It is soft, pliable and considered the premier grade of leather. The aim of an aniline finish is to produce leather, which has a "natural" look. The major drawback of an aniline finish is that since it is non-opaque, a very 'level' dyeing must be achieved in the dye house.

Aniline finished leathers also show the natural grain faults of the leather, "warts and all". Many types of leather have too many faults and uneven grain to be produced with an aniline finish. The main leather with an aniline finish is calf, although goats, basils (sheep) and skivers are sometimes available. Aniline finished leather has excellent tooling, polishing and re-dyeing properties and lends itself to the application of genuine gold leaf.


Suede is also a split leather, however, after the top grain surface has been removed, the under piece is buffed up to give the soft nap that is so characteristic of suede. Both top grain and split leathers may be legally marketed as genuine leather. Suede leathers are finished by buffing the flesh side, opposite the grain side to produce a nap. The napping process is the process of raising fibers on the grain side of a hide or skin to give a velvet nap effect. This is generally called "nubuck" or "grain suede."


This is a type of chrome tan leather which is usually drum dyed and split to a thickness of one to three millimeters. The drum dying allows the pigments to penetrate the leather giving it a much softer feel and richer deeper color. Depending on the thickness, it is used for skirts, dresses, jackets and pants as well as guitar straps.
The thickness and strength of thread is defined in numbers - 20 being the strongest. All internally stitched seams use a No. 20 thickness thread. No. 40 thickness is used for outside decorative stitching on overlays and letters. Most seams are double and triple stitched to meet with performance requirements as well as leather tape reinforcement.


Perforated leather, punch - hole and zippered vent sections are used to create a ventilated Product. It will be cooler and lighter to wear in summer.

Available as perforated leather for whole panels, or hand-punched holes for whole or part panels

Stretch Keprotec by Schoeller Switzerland material is an option for some places.

All linings are removable for washing and maintenance. A polyester mesh 'airtex' is supplied as standard. An extra, quilted thinsulate and polyester-filled thermal lining is available with zip off sleeves.

 
1.Knee stretch panels are optional and give the same degree of flexibility as our pre-shaped knees. Made from full spec leather with heavy gauge elastic behind. Available for all suits.
2.High back padded waistband. 2 way stretch fit with side adjusters. Trouser pockets determine the half width rear stretch panel.
3.High back padded waistband with full wraparound rear waist stretch. Note the darted fit of the bum section.
Rim - a thin bound edge mostly used for suits.
Mandarin - 1.5" high, open neck race collar with and w/o stretch at the back.
Sports - low front, shaping into a higher back with a one-stud fastening.
Touring - low front shaping into higher back with a two-stud fastening.
Stand-up - 2" high all round with a zip up centre.
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