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What is shearling leather? What is Leather Shearling?

The very basic answer to that question is the skin of a sheep or lamb that has been tanned with the wool left on the hide. Or here is the definition as found in Wikipedia.Shearling is a sheepskin or lambskin pelt that has gone through a limited shearing process to obtain a uniform depth of the wool fibers for a uniform look and feel. Contrary to misconceptions, shearling is not shorn wool; the term refers to the pelt of a yearling sheep that has been shorn only once by the process described above. Shearling garments are made from the pelts by tanning them with the wool of uniform depth still on them.A typical shearling pelt has leather, on one side...

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New fashion leather items for September

We will be adding several items of fashion leather for our fall line.  Several requests for white leather sweat pants have been received and they will be arriving in time for fall.  Plus sizes  of white and all sizes in red sweat pants relaxed fit will be coming in.  In addition be on the lookout for some exciting items in leather baseball jerseys in red and white and our Celebrity sweat shirt in Black or White  in all sizes. All these items will be available in  the second week of October. I hope we can do some business.  Be well!.

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What is Naked Leather?

NAKED LEATHER (being without addition, concealment, disguise, or embellishment) A leather with no surface, impregnated treatment of finish (other than dye) which might mask or alter the natural state of the leather. Naked leathers are valued highest by consumers. Soft from day one, does not require a break-in period! Hides up to 2.0 mm thick, dyed but not finished, so some tiny imperfections are still present. This is desirable to most people. Comfortable when brand new! They are more expensive because the hides must be hand selected for uniformity. Naked Leather is a term used to describe hides that are tanned and colored (dyed) but are not finished as you would think of. Since the finishing process is used to...

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