Duty rate for Other raw hides and skins (fresh, or salted, dried, limed, pickled or otherwise preserved, but not tanned, parchment-dressed or further prepared), whether or not dehaired or split, other than those excluded by Note 1 (b) or 1 (c) to this Chapter.

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Tariff Item Description of Goods Units of Measure MFN Tariff Applicable Preferential Tariffs
41.03 Other raw hides and skins (fresh, or salted, dried, limed, pickled or otherwise preserved, but not tanned, parchment-dressed or further prepared), whether or not dehaired or split, other than those excluded by Note 1 (b) or 1 (c) to this Chapter.
4105.10.29 Other 2 % AUT, NZT, CCCT, LDCT, GPT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
4105.10.29.00 Other MTK 2 % AUT, NZT, CCCT, LDCT, GPT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
4105.10.9 Other: MTK 2 %
4105.10.91 For use as linings in the manufacture of footwear;
For use as processing materials by tanners;
Hair sheep skins, for use in the manufacture of footwear or ladies’ handbags
MTK Free CCCT, LDCT, GPT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
4105.10.91.10 For use as linings in the manufacture of footwear MTK Free
4105.10.91.20 For use as processing materials by tanners MTK Free
4105.10.91.30 Hair sheep skins, for use in the manufacture of footwear or ladies’ handbags MTK Free
4105.10.99 Other MTK 2 % AUT, NZT, CCCT, LDCT, GPT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
4105.10.99.10 Garment leather MTK 2 %
4105.10.99.20 Glove leather MTK 2 %
4105.10.99.90 Other MTK 2 %


For the latest tariff rate, please refer to CBSA

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  1. Chestnut LongNo Gravataron 18 Apr 2010 at 2:25 am

    Slightly off topic maybe, also a slightly strange query, but I’m just after a bit extra information about the manufacture of UGG boots. Does anyone know which type of sheep the boots are manufactured from? And are real UGGs constructed from the same breed as the many imitations?

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