Synthetic or imitation suede.
A technique for stamping leather or PU with a pattern to resemble crocodile skin.
Animal skin or hide, that has been treated so that it will not erode, even in the presence of air and moisture.
Leather which has been buffed on the grain side to give the surface an extremely fine suede feel a ‘very fine nap’.
A leather which has an extreme shiny surface.
Calf leather with the hair still on, giving a short pile.
A name for a synthetic upper material that is permeable like leather.
A soft synthetic material that has the handfeel of nubuck but shows a natural grain like leather.
The leather which is derived from a sheep, often very soft leather. Can also include hair on - as shearling.
Material has has been pressed to resemble the look and texture of snake skin.
Leather in which the fibrous surface, also known as the ‘nap’, gives the leather a matte appearance.