From design to conception, all our models are carefully crafted in our family-run workshop in Larressore, France. All stages of the manufacturing process respect traditional craftsmanship and are carried out by passionate saddlery and leatherwork craftsmen. Each creation is the fruit of work that takes up the codes of traditional saddlery with a touch of modernity. These ancestral techniques preserve the heritage of French craftsmanship.
As saddlers, we are constantly on the lookout for the perfect balance between comfort, strength and beauty. To achieve this, we pay particular attention to the relationship between the object and the body. Obsessed by the notion of comfort, we are accustomed to working the pieces in such a way that they adapt perfectly to the curves of the horse and rider. It's this eye that we've come to apply to ERRO. Saddlery codes are part of our heritage, whether they be aesthetic, such as our topstitching, or technical, such as the saddle nail, the trigger guard or the harness buckles, we were keen to infuse them into our creations.
Leather experts, we carefully select them for their durability and hand, which we want to be both natural and reassuring. Although controversial, we remain convinced that it remains the most sustainable option today, and the one most aligned with our commitments to sustainability and proximity. We carefully select each and every hide we use, sourcing exclusively from suppliers who share our values of social and environmental responsibility.
We attach great importance to certifications that attest to their ethical and responsible commitment. The bovine hides we use are from the food industry, sourced in Italy and Spain, and certified Leather Working Group (LWG) Gold and Silver respectively. The hides are of premium quality and European origin. An ERRO signature, all our bags combine vegetable and grained leathers. Selected for their quality, they will patina beautifully over time, bringing a unique touch to your pieces.
To discover or to offer, a moment of creativity and exception, to rediscover the pride of making something yourself. Guided by experts in the field, this privileged experience enables everyone to discover sewing techniques and the steps involved in making a leather object, and then to create their own leather goods by hand.