The Most Common Types of Shoe Leather (III)

In this seire article we share with you the most used types of shoe leather around the world

Pebble Grain (Scotch Grain)

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Pebble Grain

It is the leather that has a large grain, whether of natural origin or not. The pieces where this visual effect is achieved artificially, that is, by pressing the leather, are usually cheaper. Its texture helps to leave the footwear with a very classic and handmade look.

Shell Cordovan Leather

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Shell Cordovan Leather

Extremely prized, Shell Cordovan is made with the back of the horse’s leather, actually a specific area on the hips. As the process of obtaining the material with the desired color, shine, durability and texture is time consuming and raw material is scarce, then this is one of the rarest, most desired and expensive leathers.

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