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Understanding different types of leather

How important is it for a consumer to know the different types of leather? How to find the best quality natural leather? How does production affect quality?

Understanding different types of leather

Understanding different types of leather

Since leather is manufactured and manufactured in various types, it is necessary to know the type of leather before you buy and choose the product that suits your taste.

Leather is manufactured and manufactured in various types, including animal, plant and artificial leather.

Most of the leather on the market is tanned from animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, snakes, lizards, crocodiles, ostriches, horses, birds, fish, etc. with white alder, poplar, pine, oak, Hazelnut, rubber, Sumac is made of what is known as animal leather.

In ancient times, other types of leather were made from plants for armor and military equipment.

Different types of leather

Sometimes, before purchasing premium leather products, people are looking for different types of natural leather to find the best quality product on the market.

Understanding different types of leather

Different types of leather are always used in the leather products industry so knowing each one is of great help, most of the leather used is listed below.

Application leather types

· Lightweight leather: Used in the garment industry because of its lightness. This type of leather comes from the skin of animals such as sheep and goats.

Semi-Heavy Leather: They are slightly heavier than lightweight leather and are used in home decor and decoration. This type of leather comes from animal skins such as ostriches and crocodiles.

· Heavy Leather: Due to its being made from animal skins such as cattle and camels, it is heavier than the previous two types and is used for making men’s bags and shoe covers.

Understanding different types of leather

Understanding different types of leather

Leather types by tanning type

Moroccan leather: Used in making exquisite book covers, handbags and men’s handbags.

· Vegetable leather: Its use goes back to ancient times, when ancestors used armor for battle and war.

Russian leather: Made from birch and willow skin, such as handbags, luggage and clothing.

Spanish leather: This leather is used for horse shoe making for men’s shoes.

· Single-grain leather: This leather is used for making bags and laminate sofas.

· Full grain leather: Items made from this type of leather are more durable than other leather.

· Suede: This type of leather is used as a primer.

· Chrome leather: Tanning of this type of leather is based on chrome.

Ashbelt Leather: It looks very similar to suede, but it comes from the delamination of the cow’s skin.

· Nebok leather: It is paid for like suede and ashbelt but looks softer and more beautiful.

· Vernier leather: It looks shiny and made from calf skin.