Hardly any other raw materials have more natural talents than leather.
Only the best quality leather from international tanneries is good enough for Heinrich Dinkelacker shoes.
Buffalo Calfskin, soft calf leather from Italy, shine-polished box calf and finest calf velour from France, hardwearing
Water buffalo and waxed and oiled nubuck leather from Germany, or the sought-after shell cordovan equine leather from Horween Tannery in Chicago, USA.
The upper leather consists of top-grained, fully-dyed calf velour leather, the flesh side of which has been turned out and dressed to a velvety finish (it is not a split leather). This leather is extremely comfortable and easy to care for.
The upper leather consists of a brushed two tone scotch grain leather. Scotchgrain combines superb durability with water resistance. It is recognisable by its distinctive pebble grain finish.
Swisscalf is a thick and oily waterproofed, aniline-dyded calf leather, which is very resistant and water-resistant. This leather is ideal for rubber-soled all-weather shoes. Due to it high natural fat content this leather, despite its robustness, soon adjust to the shape of the wearer's foot.
The upper leather consists of aniline-dyed calf leather from Italy. The antique effect is created by dressing the leather with a special wax, using a fast polishing machine with cotton polishers. This makes every shoes individual and one of a kind. Variations in the color result mark them out as truly unique.
Mambo is a smooth aniline dyed calf leather with a waxed surface.
It develops a fascinating patina over time.
Arizona is an embossed calf leather with an interesting surface structure.
The leather was oiled for refinement and developed a slight pull-up effect over time.
Havana Calf is an extra soft nubuck leather which is very comfortable to wear.
Dust or simple dirt particles can easily be brushed out of the suede.
The leather consists of a smooth buffalo leather with a shiny finish and a metal look.