Types of Leather in English

Types of Leather in English

Or why they are the best in the marketing, or that are more detail-oriented regarding the material, the gringos always have a rating as well more specific to the products. As the best online stores are out there, there are some common names to help in the time of war, and especially at the time of rationalize the price. When you ask because you paid it all in one shoe brown, you can talk to that is Chromexcel.

Types of Leather in English

Calfskin leathers

Is the leather of the boizinhos. It is thin with a smooth texture and tiny pores. It does not wrinkle and has good flexibility. Calfs are cows new, the bezerrinhos, which are young people still do not have marks and wrinkles on the skin. The better, calf skin, the more smooth it is.

The boxcalf is a specific type of leather. The name “box” is kind of commonplace, but the box the same is done with only skins without any blemish of the calves, with five or six months of age that are at very dense (which means small pores). It is a leather and chrome, you need to have a specific thickness, and go through a special process.

Rough-out

The rough-out looks like suede but is not. At least in the general sense that the word “suede” has. If someone gave the job of writing that the product is made of leather rough out is because he wants to show that it is a skin full grain facing the wrong side. In suede the skin is divided in the middle and the lower part is used for suede.

In rough out the skin is not split, and the part is soft, that it should be to the outside of the boot is inside and hairy outside. The leather is thicker and more durable than the suede. The material retains the water resistance of the leather with normal, but it doesn’t show scuffs and scratches that neither the smooth skin of the shoe social. This leather is the most beautiful of them all after use.

English Bridle Leather

Is leather beef (bovine) atanado (tanning with tannins vegetables). The two sides of the leather have to undergo a process called “hot stuffed” that fills the skin of waxes and animal fat processed until the leather is completely impregnated. The leather takes care of itself because the oils and waxes out of the go up and keeping the surface hydrated. This process costs time and money, so only usually be done with skins excellent. Sometimes you see a belt brown simple and be surprised with the price, can be because of the material.

Horsehide

Horsehide is the horse leather. Done with the front part of the horse, to be more exact. It is thicker and more resistant than the bovine. Visually, it is similar, only it is heavier and has a few wrinkles more rough. By be a leather as well strong, it is used in jackets motorcycle (especially the older ones, when the use of leather was more released). In footwear, it is more common in boots.

Shell Cordovan

Shell Cordovan is the rear of the horse. The part thicker and more resistant skin. In fact the shell cordovan is a membrane, and not a skin. Is tanned in a process plant for a very long time to get ready. The Horween takes six months to finish the leather, and some leather English take 10 years.

It is quite rare, because of the limited amount of raw material and also because of the knowledge of the process. So the price is also high. The leather is quite hairless, with grains too small. The process leaves the leather well waxed, with a color rich and lustrous medium.

It is very resistant, and a boot or shoe made of shell cordovan can last several decades. When used acquires wrinkles different leather normal. The wrinkles are not folds, are more ripples.

The word Cordovan also appears a lot in the name of shoes because of the color through wine, which is the most popular and traditional of shell cordovan. POu is a boot made from shell cordovan is one thing, a boot color cordovan is another.

Pebble-grain leather or Scotch Grain Leather

Is the leather with grainy “stamped” on top of the skin. Can be of various orígens.

Leather Chromexcel

This is a leather from Horween that is tanned twice. First pass at a tanning plant, and then by chrome. It retains a lot of oil and has a finish very beautiful. It is a leather pullup, which changes color when pressed. It is very easy to remove marks, because of the amount of oil.

Chromexcel is the specific name of this type of leather made by the Horween (various colors), but there are other cortumes that make the leather pull up. The most famous, and considered to be the best, is the pull-up Chromexcel from Horween. Means an increase in the price of any product!

Kudu Leather

Have many boots, especially the collaborations, which are made of a leather called Kudu leather. It is not made of the antelope african. It is a bovine leather, highly oiled. A process similar to chromexcel, only that manual. It is also thicker than normal. It can also be a leather african animal, but the vast majority of the brands that they use in footwear are american, and buy leather from Horween.

Suede (Suede)

The suede (suede) is the lower part of a skin divided in two. After tanning, the skin is divided into two parts, and the bottom is sanded to raise the hairs. She is very soft and flexible. The difference pro the rough out is that the skin is not split in two, only reversed. The personal part of the skin to take advantage of double (bag the shoes with something cheaper) and also to leave the leather in the thickness desired, for reasons of flexibility, comfort, trim, etc.

Nubuck

The suede is the underside, and the nubuck is made with the top (where are the pores and where was the by). This side is scraped until the middle brushed. Yet to see the grain if you look very closely. I found this pic pretty cool, showing some skins of alligator, before and after (nubuck).

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