Leather

SIC 3111 Leather Tanning and Finishing - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This category includes establishments primarily engaged in tanning, currying, and finishing raw or cured hides and skins into leather. Converters and dealers who buy hides, skins, or leather for processing under contracts with tanners and/or finishers are also included in this category.

SIC 3131 Boot and Shoe Cut Stock and Findings - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Establishments that fall under this category are primarily engaged in manufacturing leather soles, inner soles, and other boot and shoe cut stock and findings. The industry also includes finished wood heels.

SIC 3142 House Slippers - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This classification includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing house slippers of leather or other materials.

SIC 3143 Men's Footwear, Except Athletic - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

In the late 1990s, the men's footwear market was being shaped by two powerful forces. First, the American footwear industry had continued to be affected by the increasing dominance of imported shoes.

SIC 3144 Women's Footwear, Except Athletic - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The U.S. women's footwear industry is dominated by large companies that design and manufacture a wide variety of shoes each year.

SIC 3149 Footwear, Except Rubber, Not Elsewhere Classified - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The nonrubber footwear industry manufactures all types of footwear except rubber protective and rubbersoled fabric upper (the traditional "sneaker"). Nonrubber footwear may be constructed with leather, vinyl, plastic, or textile uppers or combinations of these materials for all ages and both genders.

SIC 3151 Leather Gloves and Mittens - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

Historical data shows that the industry has been shrinking in both output and the number of manufacturers over the latter part of the twentieth century and the earlier part of the twenty-first century due to competition from lower priced imports. The U.S.

SIC 3161 Luggage - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

This category covers establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing luggage of leather or other materials. The luggage industry produces a wide variety of products, including suitcases, briefcases, attache cases, hand luggage, tote bags, trunks, and occupational cases.

SIC 3171 Women's Handbags and Purses - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The women's handbag and purse industry produces all women's handbags and purses of leather and other materials, except precious metals. Approximately 64 percent of the domestic handbags shipped in the United States in the late 1990s were made of leather.

SIC 3172 Personal Leather Goods, Except Women's Handbags and Purses - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

SIC 3199 Leather Goods, Not Elsewhere Classified - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History

The industry category of manufacturers of miscellaneous leather goods encompasses a broad array of unusual products with somewhat archaic uses. For example, a significant number of items classified relate to antiquated equestrian pursuits and the reliance on the horse as a primary form of transportation, as it was during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the United States.

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