Laminated leather is a composite of two or more layers of leather, or a layer of leather and one or more layers of another sheet or film of plastics or some other material. The term is applied to products that are excluded from the definitions of “leather” and “coated leather”. The components should be identified according to the proportion they form of the total thickness, e.g. polyurethane/leather laminate, if the leather component accounts for less than 50% of the thickness.