CALFSKIN

Calf
Calf

 

Care and maintenance
LEATHER SKIN
 Calfskin can be polished, although it is advisable to use a soft brush and very light and delicate cleaning products.
Calf hides come from male dairy calves that are slaughtered at the appropriate age to obtain a reasonable yield of meat. In Europe, for example, they work without castrating at a younger age, whereas in America they try to fatten them after castrating them; As a result, European calfskins are smaller than American ones. The main difference from a structural point of view between calfskin and bovine hides is the fineness of the grain.

Although the number of hair follicles is the same in both types of animals, the calves are much smaller and are much closer together, forming smaller collagen bundles.
The result is that calfskins have a very fine structure compared to cowhides.

 

Benefits of Calfskin
Calfskin is known for its soft and supple texture, which makes them the preferred materials for high quality leather shoes, jackets and other clothing. This softness is due to the fact that both materials are taken from young animals; Their skin is more supple and thinner than that of older animals. For those who are trying to decide on a high quality leather buying, keep in mind before you make the purchase. Calfskin products are known for their almost velvety sheer texture and high durability even in very harsh conditions. Although not as insulation or weatherproof as lambskin, calf leather is more resistant to abrasion. Calfskin gloves and jackets are perfect for people who come in contact with rough surfaces and sandy environments daily. Calfskin shoes keep their softness even if used daily.

 

SKIN

Calf hides come from male dairy calves that are slaughtered at the appropriate age to obtain a reasonable yield of meat. In Europe, for example, they work without castrating at a younger age, whereas in America they try to fatten them after castrating them; As a result, European calfskins are smaller than American ones. The main difference from a structural point of view between calfskin and bovine hides is the fineness of the grain.
Although the number of hair follicles is the same in both types of animals, the calves are much smaller and are much closer together, forming smaller collagen bundles.
The result is that calfskins have a very fine structure compared to cowhides.