Leather has played an important role in the development of civilization. From prehistoric times man has used the skins of animals to satisfy his basic needs. He has used hides to make clothing, shelter, carpets and even decorative attire. To the Egyptian lady, a fur piece was highly prized as her jewelry. From leather, man-made footwear, belts, clothing, containers for liquids, boats and even armor.
The belt is men's second face, the identity of a man and the symbol of taste. The suitable belt can be the icing on the cake. But the unsuitable belt would damage the image. So how to choose your belt?
All leather goods are made of leather, like handbag, wallet, belt, etc. By processing of leather, there are more or less usage of chemicals. Some chemicals may be harmful to man or environment. However, the tanners nowadays know already how to avoid using their chemicals. Even by using, they try their best to keep these chemical remains within limit by operating with correct formulations or rinsing thoroughly.
In the market, the origin of eco-Leather is environmental protection. Due to serious pollution, eco-leather has the meaning of being.
Leather is expensive, and we’re conditioned to think of it as a delicate material. So it’s natural that an industry has developed to service our fear of damaging a valuable piece of leather in the process of cleaning it. But in fact, though leather can definitely be mistreated, it’s tougher than we usually give it credit for. After all, most of its usefulness is based on its durability.
A martingale collar has two loops. The first looks like a traditional nylon collar that is adjustable and hangs around the dog’s neck. The second is for control when the leash is attached. When the dog pulls, the collar tightens and will stay snug around the dog’s neck without choking the dog. When the tension is released, the collar loosens again.
There are many styles of dog collars to choose from depending on your dog's size and disposition, and your training need. For the majority of dogs, a traditional nylon or leather dog collar is sufficient. Other dog collars for specific situations are described below. This discussion does not include remote training collars.