An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

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An Indonesian entrepreneur turns chicken legs and scraps into the leather to make shoes.

He sells his shoes as alternatives to those made from reptile skin, which has long been a controversial one in the fashion industry.

The owner says his shoes are not controversial, as the material is scraps from fast-food restaurants.

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An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

1. These shoes are made from chicken feet.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

2. They are the brainchild of Nurman Fariki Ramdhani, who makes shoes.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

3. He wanted to provide an alternative to exotic animal skins such as snakes and crocodile skins.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

4. Shoes are made by hand.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

5. The chicken legs that the company uses are leftovers from local restaurants.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

6. “There is a lot of waste. That is why we are trying to recycle them to get more out of them, ”Ramdhani said.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

7. The process begins with dyeing the skin.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

8. And then the pieces are sewn together.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

9. “You can feel the luxury of this material,” Ramdhani said.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

10. The process takes about 10 days.

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

11. One client said, “We always think of chicken legs as being used for cooking food or chips, but they are used as a shoe material. It's also curious, interesting, and unique. "

An Indonesian entrepreneur makes leather boots from leftover chicken legs

12. Ramdhani hopes customers will see the value of his company.

Keywords: Indonesia | Asia | People | Entrepreneur | Chicken | Shoes | Leather | Boots | Society | Material | Fast-food | Skin | Fashion | Industry | Photo

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