The flesh split that occurs when the machine splits skin into two, is processed according to the purpose for which it is needed. However, processing of flesh split is similar to that of grain leather.
The so-called split bend, which is reduced to its butt part, undergoes various process-controlled tanning procedures at BOXMARK. The double bend’s conversion to leather by special after treatments such as fat liquoring, dyeing and surface finishing gives a high-quality suede and completed leather for the shoe, bag, garment and belt industry.
The huge number of applications for BOXMARK split leather, which excels through its long service use and hard wear, spans from exclusive fashion wear of daily consumer goods to the technically high-brow drive systems of contemporary machine plants.