Artificial leather (also called synthetic leather, faux leather, leatherette, imitation leather, vegan leather, PU leather, and pleather), is designed to look and feel as much like leather as possible but is not produced from animal products. In many cases, it is a reasonable substitute for leather – and even has...

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By Albert Varkki

To turn animal hides into a material suitable for clothing, furniture and other similar uses; the hides go through a chemical process called tanning. This process changes the skin's molecular structure to increase its durability and prevent the hides from decomposing. The process can also entail coloring the hides or...

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By Albert Varkki

What kind of bags do men use? There are several types of bags that men typically use, including: A man bag A messenger bag A laptop bag A briefcase A backpack A gym bag A travel bag A duffel bag A tote bag A camera bag Whichever type you choose,...

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By Albert Varkki

Vegetable tanned leather is a top choice of leather enthusiasts and craftspeople alike… and for good reason. What is Vegetable Tanned Leather? Vegetable tanned leather makes up about 10% of all leather in use today. The process uses natural vegetable tannins to change the protein structure within the hide, changing...

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By Matt Jackson

We’ve all been there, staring down at our prized leather item and thinking it’s all over but the crying – but with a quick reaction, a little patience, and a little effort, you can restore your favorite bag, jacket or satchel to its former glory. It doesn’t matter if you...

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By Matt Jackson
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