The beauty of this hide cannot be overstated. It has patterns that are primarily rectangular to square with deep cut ridges that really make it pop no matter what color it’s stained.
Taken from the top of the alligators back through the tail, this hide is tough as nails. It shows a lot of character whether used as the primary hide or as an accent to another hide.
With 10 times as many fibers per square inch as cow hide this stuff is flat out tough. It has the smooth consistent texture of cow hide, but with a light pattern.
Crocodile is an exquisite hide for belts and holsters. It is a strong yet pliable hide that can have random patterns of squares and circles.
Taken from the top of Nile crocodiles back through the tail, this hide is tough as nails. It shows a lot of character whether used as the primary hide or as an accent to another hide.
Without a doubt the toughest hide there is. Elephant has lots of random deep cut patterns. It’s quite thick and will last a lifetime and beyond.
Frog is a very cool hide that offers a soft and supple feel with fantastic moisture resistance.
A beautiful random pattern hide that is tough as nails. These hides make beautiful belts and take a darker stain very well.
Hippo is a very interesting hide. Super wear resistant yet it has almost a velvet texture. If your looking for a great conceal carry holster, I would give a close look at hippo.
FULL QUILL OSTRICH
This section of the Ostrich hide is used quite often in cowboy boots and belts, but is also a great choice for your holster or wallet. It has a smooth texture between the quill bumps and no two are alike.
The ostrich has a unique pattern of overlapping plates running down toward the foot. They protect the shin against thorns while running. They make a beautiful and unique pattern.
Shark skin is characterised by its grey colour and the contrast between its slippery appearance and its rough texture. A very tough hide it makes great belts and wallets.
With a scaled pattern, this is one wicked looking hide. It is tough, smooth, and moisture resistant.
Naturally stingray has a shine to it and the texture is that of fine pebbles. The diamond pattern shown here offers very striking contrast for an awesome hide.
With a belly made predominately of vertical scales, this hide has a very linear pattern to it. It makes beautiful belts.