Cow Timberland Nubuck Leather
more than 80 running colors for options (all colors are possible)
1.0~1.2mm (0.8-1.0mm, 0.9-1.1mm, 1.1-1.3mm and other options)
Velvet, silk feeling, soft hand feel, excellent physical
Mainly on High end handbags and shoes, also can be used on belts,
wallet, decoration, etc.
2,000sq ft/color (no MOQ for stock items)
3-5 weeks upon receipt of deposit
Available (please check with us for details)
Color,thickness and feather (such as hand feel) can be customized
Our Cow Timberland Nubuck Leather has a very fashionable and
prominent look. The leather comes with a very subtle design
throughout it that contributes to the unique look of the pattern.
The collection has a soft and supple surface that you cannot resist
to feel. The Cow Nubuck collection comes in a variety of different
neutral colors used to create an earthy tone.
Suitable for: Accessories, handbags, shoes, apparel, etc.
1.What is Full Grain Leather
It refers to the type of leather that has not been sanded during
the tanning process. For example, a cow full grain leather is a
premium leather. It’s made out of the part of the skin which comes
with almost no defects, meaning, no scar, mole or any type of hole.
This is why it does not need to be sanded.
2.What is Nubuck Leather
Historically, the Nubuck was made from buckskin of deer or elk and
was bough to the US market at the beginning of the 1930’s. At
first, this new type of leather didn’t encounter much success,
until the Duke of Windsor traveled on a royal visit to the United
States. He was wearing Oxfords made of the new nubuck and thanks to
him, the new style took off.
To make the nubuck, the outer layer of the calfskin is used, then
the leather has to be sanded from the outside of the skin. The
nubuck is more expensive than suede most of the time. This is
because the outer layer of calfskin, is tougher than the inner part
used for the suede and therefore logically is stronger and will
However, there is a counterpart to the nubuck, because the nubuck
is sanded from the outside, there maybe some apparent natural
imperfections of the leather. Some might find that the
imperfections give character to the nubuck, but for all the others,
in order to offer a smooth and clean product, manufacturers often
dye and stain the nubuck.