Fabrics & Leathers

Butterskin (BS) 

Using only the highest grade of English domestic lambskins, Remy’s English lambskins have a tight fiber structure that results in a full-bodied, supple skin.  The drape and hand are uniform and the colors rich, as a result of the full aniline finish.  Growthy areas that are normally found in lambskins are less evident in these English domestic lambskins.

 Noir

Scarlet

Merlot

Cognac

Harbor

Distressed (DG)
This English domestic lambskin, tanned in Italy, is finished on the suede side of the skin.  The base skin is double-dyed, with a darker second dye applied over the lighter colored base layer; and then the skin is hand buffed to achieve the unique distressed appearance.  It is normal for garments produced in this skin to have an individual patina.
 

Canyon

Atlantic

Frontier

Diego

Safari

Potato

Remy Lite (RL)

Remy Lite is the lightest weight leather used for the manufacture of leather garments.  Made of English domestic lambskins, Remy Lite is a suede product with a light resin finish.  In time, as the resin wears down, the nap of the suede will buff up; however, the color and visual character of the skin will not change.  The fine hand and luster of the Remy Lite skin is the ultimate handwork of the tanner’s skills.

Dakota

Fire

Tobacco

Rock

Chocolate

Navy

Peat

Territory (TO)
Taking the finest North African lambskins, the tanner processes and washes the skins to provide a heavy grain distressed look.  The skins are then burnished (ironed) to give luster to the skin.  The process is similar to washing, only there is no drying, thus leaving the skin in a very relaxed state.
 

Cocoa

Timber

Rustic

Ranger (RA)
This nubuck product is made on English Domestic lambskins. As you know by now, nubuck means that the skins is finished on the grain side with the top layer being buffed (removed) revealing a nap. The tannage then provides for an oil product which gives the skins a draggy hand feel. As different from other nubuck articles, Ranger does not show a great deal of grain, it is almost uniformly napped.
 

Bourbon

Maple

Mocha

Shadow

 
Pebble Nubuck (PN)
A superior nubuck with a pebbled/grain effect, tanned in Italy, these calf skins reflect the best that the tanners have to offer.  Unlike suede, which is finished on the flesh side of the skin, these calf skins are buffed on the grain side creating a nap while leaving many of the grain side characteristics visible (i.e. vein shadows, markings and blemishes).

Ace

Whiskey

Vintage (VI) 
Using North African skins, this product is double dyed and drum finished (not sprayed). The first dye layer is lighter in color than the second top layer. As the bottom layer “breaks” through the top layer you get a slight “distressed” look. There is a slight oiled finish on the surface of this skin and thus you have a “waxy” feel.
 

Chestnut

Stone

Pitch

Lagoon

Sand

Cedar

 

 

 Remy Vintage (RV)

English Domestic Lambskin finished on the flesh (suede) side, with a resin finish that is then rubbed off to give it a varied appeal. RV is the perfect skin to give a distressed look while providing the wearer with an extremely light weight garment.

Bark

Military

 
Laser (CO)
Denim is truly a one-of-a -kind lambskin. The process begins using the highest quality lambskin sourced out of Italy. The skins are double drum dyed then buffed and tumbled. The final step is using a laser to cut the skin, giving it a unique hand. This skin is extremely soft and has the unique characteristic of varying its look as it moves.
Denim

Wool (WL)

95% wool, 5% cashmere fabric sourced from a Canadian Mill. Great for warmth without being too heavy. The cashmere blend lends for a soft hand. 

Black Wool

Glacier

Marine

Micro-Fiber (C1)
100% Polyester / Compact Microfiber woven on a special loom to achieve extra high density. Silky finish and water repellent from its high density.
 

Beige

Haze

Ink

Otter

Royal

Sierra

Tundra