Leather work that protects against frictional wear

Protects the sails from rubbing against the masts, protects the rig from abrasive contact points or prevents abrasion on the mooring lines, leather acts as a natural barrier.

The use of leather in boating serves to protect against abrasion as well as durability, customization and aesthetic appeal of your boat. Its inherent durability and abrasion resistance make it an ideal choice for anti-friction equipment.

Leather applications


Protects lines from damage and wear caused by friction and contact with rough surfaces or sharp edges. Especially used for mooring or towing lines.


Protects mast fitting components, such as spreader tips and stays from friction and abrasion. Maintains rig integrity and improves safety.


Certain parts of the mast are often strategically covered with leather, especially in high wear areas such as the spreaders. This prevents abrasion and extends the life of the sail.


Leather can be used as an anti-friction layer to protect boat parts such as blocks and deck fittings from friction and damage. Leather is also used for aesthetic work on board.