Valmont

Amazon
Aquamarine
Apache
Arctic
Ardesia
Black
Bright Yellow
Caffe
Caramello
Carmin
Cashew
Champagne
Cherry
Cobalt
Creole
Darkness
Dark Red
Dusty Rose
Electric Blue
Frisia
Graphite
Hyper Red
Ivory
Juniper
Light Parchment
Lichen
Lime
Marina
Medium Créme
Millbrook
Minshaft
Miranda
Museo
Mushroom
Nutshell
Nectar
Optical White
Orchid
Praline
Rocco
Sand
Silver Grey
Southern Vine
Spezia
Spring
Taupe
Timber Brown
Waterfall
White
Zinc
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Amazon

Aquamarine

Apache

Arctic

Ardesia

Black

Bright Yellow

Caffe

Caramello

Carmin

Cashew

Champagne

Cherry

Cobalt

Creole

Darkness

Dark Red

Dusty Rose

Electric Blue

Frisia

Graphite

Hyper Red

Ivory

Juniper

Light Parchment

Lichen

Lime

Marina

Medium Crème

Millbrook

Mineshaft

Miranda

Museo

Mushroom

Nutshell

Nectar

Optical White

Orchid

Praline

Rocco

Sand

Silver Grey

Southern Vine

Spezia

Spring

Taupe

Timber Brown

Waterfall

White

Zinc

RAW MATERIAL Bovine Hides, Brazil
HIDE SIZE 50 SQF (Average)
THICKNESS 1.0-1.1 mm
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT 2.00 – 2.50 oz. / sqf
TYPE TANNING Chrome
TYPE DYEING Drum-Dyed Through
TYPE FINISH Pigmented/Protected
CLASSIFICATION Corrected Grain
COLORFASTNESS 250/3-4 Wet, 500/4 Dry
LIGHTFASTNESS 4 on blue scale (I.U.F. 401)
FLAMMABILITY Passes Cal Tech Bul. #117-2013, NFPA 260

DESCRIPTION

There is no need to compromise beauty over performance.
Offering over 50 gorgeous colorways, Valmont offers a soft supple hand similar to that of an aniline leather. During the dyeing process, Valmont is aniline dyed and a pigmented layer is added for color consistency and texture. This pigmented layer also, adds a protective performance coating and durability against daily stains and spills making Valmont designed to
perform in high traffic areas such as residential family rooms, commercial office spaces and hospitality applications.
Ultimately, Valmont is fade resistant and is the perfect high performing leather.

LEATHER CARE

  • Most spills can be simply wiped off. Spills and soil can be gently
    cleaned (do not rub or scrub). Do not use a solvent or any
    product involving solvents to clean leather furniture. Use a
    clean cloth or sponge with distilled water and let dry naturally.