100 Things Made of Leather

Published on 01/26/2015

How many of these 100 leather items do you use in the course of a year?

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  1. Quivers
  2. Footballs
  3. Bicycle seats
  4. Belts
  5. Vehicle interiors
  6. Purses
  7. Messenger bags
  8. Athletic shoes
  9. Shaving strops
  10. Knife sheaths
  11. Vests
  12. Boot laces
  13. Boxing gloves
  14. Baseballs
  15. iPad and tablet sleeves
  16. Backpacks
  17. Chaps
  18. Jackets
  19. Horse reins
  20. Dog leashes and leads
  21. Gloves
  22. Hats
  23. Suitcases
  24. Ice skates
  25. Mittens
  26. Pouches
  27. Eyeglass cases
  28. eReader cases
  29. Luggage tags
  30. Drink coasters
  31. Rollerskates
  32. Clutches
  33. Passport holders
  34. Bookmarks
  35. Planners
  36. Camera bags
  37. Chair seat covers
  38. Hairbands and ties
  39. Ottomans
  40. Tassels
  41. Key fobs
  42. Diaries and journals
  43. Photo albums
  44. Dice cups
  45. Footballs
  46. Work boots
  47. Saddles
  48. Smartphone cases
  49. Watchstraps
  50. Whips
  51. Tote bags
  52. Dog collars
  53. Pants
  54. Motorcycle saddlebags
  55. Baseball gloves
  56. Duffle bags
  57. Butler trays
  58. Gun slings
  59. Portfolio cases
  60. Backpacks
  61. Gun holsters
  62. Flask covers
  63. Boat seats
  64. Handles and straps
  65. Steering wheel covers
  66. Books
  67. Couches
  68. Tool pouches
  69. Guitar straps
  70. Briefcases
  71. Car seats
  72. Vehicle interiors
  73. Pencil cases
  74. Jewelry boxes
  75. Letter trays
  76. Desk pads and blotters
  77. Polishing hones
  78. Lamp shades
  79. Handle covers
  80. Chair seat covers and upholstery
  81. Basketballs
  82. Punching bags
  83. Board game cases
  84. Heat resistant aprons and gloves
  85. Shoe footbed inserts
  86. Lanyards
  87. Kneepads for construction workers
  88. Musical instrument cases
  89. Percussion instruments
  90. Rifle scabbards
  91. Travel kits and bags
  92. Animal halters
  93. Hair accessories
  94. Jewelry
  95. Tackle boxes
  96. Travel alarm clocks
  97. Car bras
  98. Pillows
  99. Jump ropes
  100. Wallets

Notice anything in common with these seemingly unrelated objects? They’re all things we buy infrequently, or perhaps even only once in a lifetime, but that we expect to work just as hard as we do.

Leather is a part of our lives at work, at play and in our leisure. Cowboys and ranchers protect their feet, hands and head with leather boots, gloves and hats. Welders pull on heat resistant aprons and gloves. Musicians tote expensive instruments from place to place inside leather cases and bags. Students rely on leather backpacks and tablet sleeves to keep their materials and electronics safe from harm. Baseball players, both professional and recreational, use gloves and baseballs crafted and molded out of leather. Children play and exercise in leather rollerblades and ice skates. We choose all-natural leather over other materials because of its high quality, durability, sustainability and long life. Without realizing it, leather is an integral part of our lives, and has been for centuries.

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