Kangaroo leather has:* Abrasion resistance* Soft feel* Sweat resistance* Superior tensile strength* Excellent stitch-tear strength Lifecycle of kangaroo leatherKangaroo leather is a natural by-product of the meat industry. The production of natural leather prevents skins ending up in landfill. Natural leather lasts longer than most man-made and synthetic materials, it can improve with age and it can be recycled. Sustainable K-Roo Leather is the true green alternative to synthetic materials. Kangaroos: * Are not farmed but harvested in the Wild under Australian Federal laws. * Kangaroo Skins can be exported Frozen, Drum Salted Pickled or futrher processed to Wet Blue, Crust or Dyed and Finished based on the customer requirements. * Around 3% of Australia’s 55 Million million kangaroos are used for meat production each year.. Only four species of kangaroo are permitted for commercial harvesting red kangarooeastern grey kangaroowestern grey kangaroocommon wallaroo. These species are widespread and abundant. None are endangered, threatened with extinction or listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) database. WALLABY LEATHER Commercially harvested in Tasmania for exports. Skins are sourced from the clean green island of Tasmania which comes in Tanned Fur Skin which can be used for rugs or throws, wallets, handbags. Frozen Fur Wallaby Skins are also available for exports in 20ft containers for overseas leather processing.