High grade calf leather, the box calf is one of the oldest type of leather used in the hight quality shoes. The smooth finish offers a sophisticated appearance. Some scratches may appear due to a very fine aniline finish.
Calf Brush Off
Brush-off leather is a type of finishing were a layer wax is applied on surface making it very uniform and resistant. Brushed by hand to gave a beautifully glossy or matt finish.
Calf Full Grain
Full grain leather is, ‘a fine quality material where the leather’s natural pore structure or “grain” is healthy, and is left untouched. This material is tanned with aniline dyes to bring out its natural characteristics and depth of colour when shoes are finisched and polished.
As a chrome-tanned leather, Calf leather is soft and smooth hands. The natural characteristics of the animal skin are partially visible as they have been obscured by paints and coatings.
Patent calf leather, fine and thin it is coated with a lacquer to give it its characteristic glossiness, shiny and reflective surface.
Suede leather is the soft, fibrous underside of a cow’s hide.
the suede goat has a compact and resistant structure, the suede process makes it soft and velvety to the touch. lends itself to unlined footwear.
As a chrome-tanned leather, nappa leather is soft and full pasty hands. The natural characteristics of the animal skin are visible as they have not been obscured by paints and coatings.