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Antique Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather is dyed a darker colour over a lighter colour creating a contrasting, rubbed-off, aged appearance. The finishing process adds character to the leather surface.

Box Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather is coated with resin to create a top coat that is typically more resilient to wear and tear.

Burnished Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the surface of the leather is polished to achieve a rubbed-off, burnished effect on the leather.

Calf Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young cows, the characteristics of this leather is that it is very soft and supple. It is a highly sought after material and more costly than older hides.

Canvas
A type of fabric made from cotton, flax or sometimes hemp, this fabric is typically quite strong and can come in varying weights and weave styles.

Coated Split Leather
This type of leather, sometimes called "Action", has a split leather base with a fine man-made coating applied over the top to ensure a smooth finish.

Corrected Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather grain is buffed to remove any blemishes. Pigments, dyes, sprays, embossing and other treatments are then applied for a uniform finish.

Cow Leather
Leather that is created from the hide of cow, the characteristics of this leather is that it is very durable and resilient.

Crazy Horse Leather
A type of leather finish whereby a special wax is applied to the surface of the leather. This creates a rub off effect where the leather changes colour giving it a worn, rustic, finish.

Full Grain Leather
Leather that is made up of the most outer layer of a hide. The key characteristic of this leather is that it is in its most natural form, left with all imperfections. This type of leather is prized for its strength, durability, and appearance.

Goat Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of goats, the characteristics of this leather is a smaller grain on the surface.

Kid Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young goats, the characteristics of this leather is that it has a more refined finish with a smaller grain on the surface.

Lamb Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young sheep, the characteristics of this leather is that it has high elasticity and stretch; it is also very soft and only half as thick as cow hide.

Microfiber
A man-made, dense fabric of closely woven fibres, whereby the surface has suede like appearance.

Microsuede
Also known as MICROFIBRE.

Nubuck Leather
Lightweight, supple leather made up of the most outer layer of a hide, the surface is buffed to give the grain a light velvety finish called a "nap".

Oily Cow Suede
A type of suede finish whereby a wax or oil is applied to the hide to create a worn, distressed look.

Patent Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the surface is treated to create a highly glossy, shiny appearance.

Pigskin Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of pigs, commonly used as lining material or insole material.

PU
Polyurethane (PU) is a man-made material commonly used in the manufacturing of footwear. PU is light, flexible and durable.

Satin
A woven fabric that has a glossy, shiny finish.

Sheep Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of sheep, the characteristics of this leather is that it has high elasticity and stretch; it is also very soft and only half as thick as cow hide.

Suede
Suede leather is created from the underside of the animal hide (cow, pig or kid), as a result it is softer, and more supple and can have the appearance of a "furry nap".

Tumbled Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the hide is "tumbled" inside a drum, this creates patterns in the surface of leather giving it a rugged, casual "milled" look, this is also a very good softening technique for leather.

Antique Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather is dyed a darker colour over a lighter colour creating a contrasting, rubbed-off, aged appearance. The finishing process adds character to the leather surface.

Box Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather is coated with resin to create a top coat that is typically more resilient to wear and tear.

Burnished Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the surface of the leather is polished to achieve a rubbed-off, burnished effect on the leather.

Calf Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young cows, the characteristics of this leather is that it is very soft and supple. It is a highly sought after material and more costly than older hides.

Canvas
A type of fabric made from cotton, flax or sometimes hemp, this fabric is typically quite strong and can come in varying weights and weave styles.

Coated Split Leather
This type of leather, sometimes called "Action", has a split leather base with a fine man-made coating applied over the top to ensure a smooth finish.

Corrected Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the leather grain is buffed to remove any blemishes. Pigments, dyes, sprays, embossing and other treatments are then applied for a uniform finish.

Cow Leather
Leather that is created from the hide of cow, the characteristics of this leather is that it is very durable and resilient.

Crazy Horse Leather
A type of leather finish whereby a special wax is applied to the surface of the leather. This creates a rub off effect where the leather changes colour giving it a worn, rustic, finish.

Full Grain Leather
Leather that is made up of the most outer layer of a hide. The key characteristic of this leather is that it is in its most natural form, left with all imperfections. This type of leather is prized for its strength, durability, and appearance.

Goat Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of goats, the characteristics of this leather is a smaller grain on the surface.

Kid Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young goats, the characteristics of this leather is that it has a more refined finish with a smaller grain on the surface.

Lamb Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of young sheep, the characteristics of this leather is that it has high elasticity and stretch; it is also very soft and only half as thick as cow hide.

Microfiber
A man-made, dense fabric of closely woven fibres, whereby the surface has suede like appearance.

Microsuede
Also known as MICROFIBRE.

Nubuck Leather
Lightweight, supple leather made up of the most outer layer of a hide, the surface is buffed to give the grain a light velvety finish called a "nap".

Oily Cow Suede
A type of suede finish whereby a wax or oil is applied to the hide to create a worn, distressed look.

Patent Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the surface is treated to create a highly glossy, shiny appearance.

Pigskin Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of pigs, commonly used as lining material or insole material.

PU
Polyurethane (PU) is a man-made material commonly used in the manufacturing of footwear. PU is light, flexible and durable.

Satin
A woven fabric that has a glossy, shiny finish.

Sheep Leather
Leather that is created from the skin of sheep, the characteristics of this leather is that it has high elasticity and stretch; it is also very soft and only half as thick as cow hide.

Suede
Suede leather is created from the underside of the animal hide (cow, pig or kid), as a result it is softer, and more supple and can have the appearance of a "furry nap".

Tumbled Leather
A type of leather finish whereby the hide is "tumbled" inside a drum, this creates patterns in the surface of leather giving it a rugged, casual "milled" look, this is also a very good softening technique for leather.