Lamonti Cuoio, since the ’70s, believes in the combination of innovation – tradition.
An approach that translates into continuous improvement research on leather articles and workings, in particular the one destined for shoe bottoms.
The company develops in a national market thanks to the processing of leather and leather quality.
The company of Ponte a Egola (city in the province of Pisa), founded in 1997, has specialized in the creation of customized items based on the research and needs of stylists and modellers for the footwear and furnishing industry (interior designers and architects ).
It does not only produce high-quality shoe leather but also furniture.
Lamonti Cuoio is one of the most important tanneries able to keep intact the secrets of traditional slow tanning in a vegetable tank – 100% Made in Italy.
The company opens onto two connected buildings (10,000 square meters in total) and each department is well separated from the others in order to favor a correct handling of the materials and an always capillary and continuous quality control.
The recipe for being the reference of quality leather in Italy and abroad provides for two ingredients.
- Time, because unlike other leathers, the length of processing times determines the quality of the product. The process of transformation from raw skin to leather takes about two months of processing.
- Tradition, because the traditional processing of slow tanning in a vegetable tank is a heritage of craftsmanship handed down through generations.
In fact, leather represents the meeting between ancient knowledge and passions.
A product that has its roots in tradition, made of patience and love for one’s work: the art of vegetable tanning.
A slow and ancient process, refined by man over the centuries.
A process able to maintain the fibrous structure of the skin unaltered, guaranteeing the leather unique characteristics of softness, warmth and resistance.