Leather pants - Leather trousers

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Leather trousers

Leather trousers are made entirely, or for the most part, of leather. Generally, leather trousers are chrome tanned. Leather from a variety of animal species can be used for making leather trousers. The most typical being cow leather, goatskin, lamb leather or pig leather. But also deerskin, [calfskin]] or kangaroo leather can be used. The leather must be robust enough for this purpose. Leather pants are available as smooth leather, nubuck or suede.

Almost every pair of jeans has a patch of leather. There is probably more leather used as patches on jeans than for complete leather trousers.


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But not all patches are made of genuine leather. Even with branded jeans, the same models come with and without patches of leather. This can be checked in the description.


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genuine leather, easy to recognize at the hair pores and correctly declared.

 

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Not genuine leather. No leather fibre structure and correctly declared.

 


Traditional leather pants

Historically, leather trousers were the rugged clothes of the peasants and craftsmen. Due to the longevity of these pants, some objects reached a life age of over 30 years. Some of these trousers are not cleaned for decades.


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Chamois leather trousers made of deerskin and antelope leather.

 


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Cowboy from 1887 with chaps.

 

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Leather trousers made of cowhide (www.wildfangdesign.de).

 

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Additional information


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