Eco leather

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The term eco-leather is used for fair-trade products (bags, etc.), but also for imitation leather for car seat covers and other objects.

Eco leather is not a defined term. Eco stands for eco-friendly leather made sustainably and by an environmently-friendly approach in leather production.

When Eco leather is described with the composition "Top: 100% Polyurethane, Bottom: 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton", the labelling is incorrect. Animal skin is not listed here. Saying "Eco leather is a high-quality artificial leather" does not improve the labelling. Such descriptions are misleading and false.



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