Leather derived from the epidermis ‘ middle and lower layers. This leather is exclusively used to make suede or corrected grain leathers that are covered in a fully pigmented polyurethane coating (commonly called a “PU Split”) to give it a grain appearance. This is called bicast leather and has a texture that is more consistent. This treatment is reserved for the least desirable hides and is much less durable than full grain leathers and top grain leathers. Corrected grain leathers can be purchased mainly as two types of finish: semi-aniline and pigmented.
Nubuck is top-grain leather that has been sanded or buffed on the grain side to give a slight nap of short protein fibres, producing a velvet-like surface.
Corrected Grain Leather
Corrected grain leather is treated to obtain a more uniform appearance. This usually involves sanding, dyeing and embossing the surface.
This is the leather that has been given a high-gloss finish by the addition of a coating.
Bonded leather, also called reconstituted leather, is a material that uses leather scraps that are shredded and bonded together with polyurethane or latex.
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