1 | Aniline and semi-aniline: They are appreciated for their soft, natural and breathable qualities. They are aniline-dyed. If no finishing is added, the leather is defined as pure aniline; otherwise, if a veil of aniline is added, it is known as semianiline.
2 | Nubuk: These are leathers characterized by a velvety touch and smooth nap. They are the among the finest on the market because they have to be carefully selected from raw hides to ensure they are defect-free.
3 | Full grain: These are leathers in which the grain has not been touched up, but processing is completed by spraying on a pigment that manages to cover part of any small superficial defects.
4 | Corrected grain: Is subdivided into half grain and sandpaper leather. HALF GRAIN is the grain slightly removed by a sanding machine. SANDPAPER is the grain completely removed