Innovative Indonesian Company Uses Chicken Feet Skin to Make Leather Shoes
Warning: if you’re squeamish, we suggest looking away. Workers in Bandung, Indonesia, are busy making leather shoes. And the unconventional material they are using is chicken feet skin. Nurman Farieka, a 26-year-old entrepreneur, started his leather company in 2015. And he says that surprisingly, chicken feet have a similar texture as other exotic skin used on shoes, like snakes and crocodiles. Inside Edition Digital has more.