Sorrento – Saddle 204-0447

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DiGiorgi Collection

Sorrento is the most environmentally respectful and technologically advanced leather—with the style, charm and stunning beauty of its namesake seaside town. Sorrento is sustainably produced utilizing byproduct hides and is both USDA biobased and carbon neutral certified. The aniline leather uses an organic chrome-free (metal-free) tanning process, and the re-tanning is done with natural ingredients. The leather is then vacuum dried and finished with waxes and anilines that highlight its unique character. Seductively silky, Sorrento features a round and compact grain structure with a transparent surface and a soft pull up effect that develops a rich patina and natural wear as it ages.

Sorrento is part of the DiGiorgi Collection, which features exceptional leathers inspired by the landscape and design culture of Italy.

Sorrento: Saddle 204-0447
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Description

  

SPECIFICATIONS

Produced under the most stringent environmental processes and certifications, Sorrento is REACH (EC 1907/2006) compliant, PFAS-Free, and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System and ISO 14001:2002 Environmental Management System certified. Additional environmental accolades are Blue Angel Ecolabel certification, Leather Working Group Gold and GreenLIFE initiative commissioned by the EU to reduce environmental impact.

Application: Contract, Hospitality, Residential
Raw Material: European bull hides
Hide Size: Average 55 sqft
Thickness: 1.1 – 1.3 mm
Dry Rub Test: (Nr 50): UNI EN ISO 11640:1998: ≥ 3 grey scale
Flexing Endurance: DIN EN ISO 5402: 50,000 cycles
Tear Resistance: DIN EN ISO 3377-I: ≥ 20
Light Resistance (Xenon Test): DIN EN ISO 105-B02: ≥ 2 blue scale
Flammability: UFAC Class 1, CAL TB 117-2013, NFPA 260
Origin: Italy