The quality of the final product is as good as the quality of the leather from which it is crafted.

Our commitment to quality starts with the selection of the right kind of leather.

The quality of the final product is as good as the quality of the leather from which it is crafted.

Our commitment to quality starts with the selection of the right kind of leather.

Full Grain Leather

All our products are crafted from full-grain leather, which is considered highly durable, resistant to wear & tear, and ages gracefully.

Ethically Sourced

Raw hides are obtained from animals bred for meat & milk purposes. No animal is harmed for the sake of fashion.

Environment Friendly

The tanneries we work with produce leather in an environmentally conscious way by minimising hazardous waste discharges.

legacy of leather tanning

South Asia has a long history of producing high-quality leather. The process of leather tanning in underground pits dates back to 1800 years old Indus Valley civilisation.

Pakistan, in particular, is famous for the export of high-quality leather all over the world. The ancient art of pit tanning has evolved with time, and now modern equipment are used by tanners to produce leather with a consistent look, feel & quality.

Patina

Full-grain leather develops a natural darker shade around the edges and corners known as 'the patina'. The process is generally known as 'aging'. It gives the product a vintage look as time goes by.

The more you use your full-grain wallet, the better it will get.

Leather Care 101

Dry Leather

Use a good leather cream or conditioner to restore the softness of the leather.

Wet Leather

Remove excessive moisture with a cotton cloth and let it air dry overnight.

Dirt & Oil

Use a leather cleaner or saddle soap to wipe out the dust. Restore shine with a good conditioner.

If you need help with restoring a damaged product, please write to us at hello@myaurochs.com for an expert opinion tailored to your product condition.

Rich Colors

The dyeing of leather in desired colors is the last step in the tanning process. A high-quality finished leather is dyed through, which means the color on the surface matches the color of the cut section.

Such leather does not lose its surface color over time.

Rich Colors

The dyeing of leather in desired colors is the last step in the tanning process. A high-quality finished leather is dyed through, which means the color on the surface matches the color of the cut section.

Such leather does not lose its surface color over time.