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Italian Bar Stools With Leather: Pride Of A Nation
Three men standing on the ground, look up towards the sky. One of them, sporting a pricey suit and shades, looks on with interest. Another man, wearing an official-looking uniform, holds a clipboard containing very important documents. The third man, wearing a helmet, points towards the object as it moves across the sky, and then slowly descends towards Earth. What were they looking at? Was it a bird? Was it a plane? Was it Superman? No, it was a fire engine red, smooth-as-silk, crème de la crème...Lamborghini Countache. Founded in 1963 by an Italian businessperson, Lamborghini has become a symbol of excellence. It has even made appearances in films such as "Rain Man," staring Tom Cruise; the James Bond film "Die Another Day," and the original 1969 version of "The Italian Job." In the tradition of Italian excellence, Italian bar stools with leather represent top-of-the-line craftsmanship.
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Cowboys, Sneakers, and Rock
* People such as athletes, motorcycle riders and cowboys often use leather, due to its sturdiness and resistance to wind.
* Because it is very difficult to tear or break, championship belts in boxing, professional wrestling, and martial arts, are constructed of leather.
* Many heavy metal rock bands have become famous for their leather outfits, which include leather jackets and pants.
* Leather seating is not only an option for bar stools. It is standard or optional for several trucks and automobiles. However, the quality of leather used varies.
* A pair of leather dress or sports shoes takes about 25-40 years to naturally break down, showing the sturdiness of the material.
The Seat Is the Start
Genuine leather - and Italian leather in particular - is a symbol of class, quality, and sturdiness. Likewise, Italian bar stools with leather are an excellent choice if you want to sit in style like the Godfather did.
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