This should be probably your first choice to buy and endear over your bodies harvesting an amazing Arc Reactor logo. Features include a hood collar and two pockets for keeping your important objects.
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how our jackets made?
1. SELECTION OF LEATHER:
Leather is a natural product crafted by nature, and our manufacturers use different types of leather, depending on the end product. While buying genuine leather items requires thorough consideration and a keen eye to recognize good quality leather.
We make sure to go through the buying guide as a reference to walking through the main elements before selecting a different grade of leather. The quality check process goes through various stages, e.g., thicknesses, weights, uses, cuts, sizes, softness, flexibility, and anti-odor. With the right choice and helpful minds, we find excellent material that results in some great-looking products.
Leather tanning has been known for centuries, and tanning can be referred to in a lot of ways. Tanning leather is the first step in the leather-making process. After the hides have been cleaned of dirt, blood, and hair from the beam house. The hide then goes under tanning procedure before it can be used to make a leather product.
Our tanning machinery changes the chemistry inside the fibers to make it difficult for bacteria and fungi to break it down. Most commonly, leather is “graded” to different types of tanning. Most common of all of them are vegetable-tanned, chrome-tanned, sheepskin, exotic leather, PU leather, and faux leather. Our jackets are then crafted using these different materials according to the desirable request.
3. WASHING AND DRYING
Whether it’s real leather or synthetic leather is always unsuitable for machine washing. Therefore, with the help of a little homework, our workers do every possible and detailed inspection before washing and drying the leather. The textile goes through a heavy washing procedure and runs through water in the production phase.
Some of our textiles are dry cleaned, which removes the natural oils from leather, and it needs to be plenish at the end of the cleaning process. With all the necessary steps taken while performing the task, drying the leather is just as necessary as washing it! Our leather textile goes through a drying process which makes tanning agents combine with collagen, and further water is evaporated to meet the requirements of the final leather product. As a result, drying and washing have a significant impact on the chemical and mechanical properties of the leather.
4. DESIGNING OF JACKET:
Creating a pattern, cutting, sewing, lining addition, and attaching fancy features are all part of the general construction of a leather jacket. Our professionals have outstanding tools and machinery to create a perfect jacket based on the assigned size, variation, and color. Our team of designers has experience in handling the tools properly. The team of manufacturers takes significant precautions to design the jacket.
1) Cutting and Sewing:
The subject is to give our customers an attire that lasts longer cause of its stitching and functioning. Experts collect the material and pieces of leather that are to be sewn together for the outside and inside of the jacket.
2) Jacket Design:
To make the jacket well-designed, each piece of the leather goes through an auto sewing machine to stitch each corner perfectly for a great result.
3) Lining Fitting:
The inner lining on the jacket makes it more skin-friendly and adds more comfort to it. We use viscose lining for a warmer feel and odorless inner.
5. QUALITY CHECK
Our producers do not compromise on the quality of the jacket. We take a detailed inspection before our product leaves the factory for delivery. Our team checks the quality and design of the jacket as if it’s made precisely from the image given; the jacket’s color, variation, and sizes match the demand; if the stitching’s adequately done or not; and for the final inspection comes ( collars, cuffs, buttons, and pockets).
We then carefully pack our jackets and ensure that the packaging is just as impeccable as our manufacturing expertise.