Collection: Suede & Nubuck Leather

The key difference to remember between suede leather and nubuck leather is that nubuck is more durable and withstands more wear and tear than your average suede.

Nubuck gets its strength from the outside of a hide, more often than not a cowhide. Cowhide has a tough texture and is stronger and thicker than a suede created from cow skin. However, just because nubuck is deemed durable, it is still super soft, especially if it's made with calfskin.

Both of these leathers can be vulnerable to soiling and stains and are best combined with a suitable protective product, for example, when used in the production of shoes.