55R10 Col. 2

A random combination of laminated cork and multi-colored rubber thin sheets that is bonded onto polyurethane /cotton backed textiles.

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MY Code: VILL06Category: NaturalsManufacturer: Villani Leonello

A random combination of laminated cork and multi-colored rubber thin sheets that is bonded onto polyurethane /cotton backed textiles. The composite fabric is composed of 30% cork, 7% rubber, 23% polyurethane, 20% cotton and 20% polyester. It is available in rolls 4.6 ft (1400 mm) wide. Cork is cultivated from the cork oak tree native to Europe and North Africa. The bark of the cork tree yields a considerable thickness that is harvested every 9 -12 years to produce cork. Harvesting cork is not harmful and no trees are cut down during the harvesting process. It is a renewable resource because only the bark is extracted and a new layer of cork regrows. Applications include shoes, apparel, accessories, wall-coverings and upholstery.

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Villani Leonello

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