Fusing primary materials
Canvas, originally made from hemp, is known for its durability. Modern canvas, made out of cotton or linen is recognizable by a plain weave, constructed into fabric by interlacing threads.
Leather fused with canvas builds the extreme durability of canvas onto a leather touch. The recognizable woven structure is embedded in the leather’s look and enables an incredible new thin range of materials stronger than leather alone.
FSDX Canvas is leather carrying enhanced qualities with upscaled tear strength and maintained breathability. This enables the same minimalistic approach in manufacturing, permitting the use of unlined product, which cuts down on resources, both material and production.