The bovine leather is divided into calf, steers and cow hides.
Calfskins offer very refined leather. They are uniformly thin, soft and elastic, and they are suitable for the production of high quality footwear, clothing, belts and leather goods.
Calfskins serve flexible, but at the same time strong leathers, and are used in the manufacture of: uppers, heavy uppers and leather goods. They can be chrome tanned or tanned with a mixed vegetable and chrome tanning.
Cows offer instead large, thick and compact leathers. The leathers, depending on the type of tanning they underwent, is used for the manufacture of: soles, leather goods, sporting goods, saddleries and furnitures.