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Full grain leather

Full grain leather

 

Grain refers to the texture, pattern, and surface characteristics found on top surface on leather. It is a key factor determining the overall look and quality of authentic leather products. The grain of the leather is a result of the arrangement and size of the natural fibers in the hide, as well as any additional treatments or finishes applied to the leather. 

When the grain is left untouched and let in its natural form the leather is termed full grain leather. Full grain leather, in particular, stands out for its premium quality.  This means that the outermost layer of the hide, which features the most distinctive and unaltered grain patterns, remains intact. As a result, full grain leather showcases the genuine and inherent character of the leather, often displaying natural imperfections and variations that contribute to its authenticity.

One of the remarkable attributes of full grain leather is its ability to develop a rich patina over time. This patina adds depth and character to the leather, creating a unique and personalized appearance based on the individual use and exposure to environmental elements.

 

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