INNOVATIVE AND ECO-FRIENDLY
We are proud of our craftsmanship because the goods we sell are manufactured from the highest quality leather that is both sustainable and long-lasting. Our passion for leather jackets inspired us to start a business that focuses on affordable fashion while still being environmentally conscious.
HOW SUSTAINABLE &
ECO-FRIENDLY IS YOUR LEATHER JACKET?
Many of our leather products are made in international warehouses. Our leathers are environmentally friendly since we buy them from local suppliers that care for their animals.
We also had a low environmental impact by avoiding employing polluting materials. This includes goods made of plastic, wood, or any hazardous substance that produces industrial waste and pollutes the environment. As a result, our leather clothing is more environmentally friendly.
In other words, our leather jackets add to your elegance while simultaneously reducing pollution.
GOES BEYOND ECO-FRIENDLY!
We go extra mile for our customers to ensure they get the best from our brand. Unlike other companies that depend on large machineries, our jackets are designed by in-house labor. This not only makes our stylish jackets affordable but also provides employment to low-income families.
At Boneshia, we are very proud that we can help these people and their families by providing in-house work, training, timely benefits and an ideal living wage. By buying from us, you are not only gifting yourself a vintage style but also supporting a great family!
A GOOD BUSINESS THAT SUPPORTS!
"We not only sell, but we also educate our customers about what they are buying and why they are buying from us."
Our headquarters are in the United States; however, our items are made in other countries. Yes, what you see is a fashionable jacket, but it has a backstory.
Our leather jacket design had two objectives. One was to ensure that it is long-lasting and does not harm the environment. Second, poverty in South Asian countries is a source of concern.
We put up production facilities there to deal with poverty and the environment.